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Should politicians avoid Stephen Colbert?
WASHINGTON (CNN) -- Political satirist Stephen Colbert is known for his unique interviewing style. But should politicians avoid going on his show all together?

CNN's Jeanne Moos reports that Rep. Rahm Emanuel, the chairman of the Democratic Caucus, is advising members of his party to steer clear of the popular television host.

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