The Wisconsin congressman gave Mitt Romney a brief break from questions about his taxes after he was selected as the presidential candidate’s running mate. NBC’s Ron Mott reports from Virginia. And theGrio’s Perry Bacon weighs in on the soon-to-be VP nominee’s impact on the race.
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