Frank Lautenberg, Senate's Last WWII Veteran, a 'Fighter'

Aired: 6/3/2013 | 0:06:29 | Clip
The U.S. Senate lost one of its longest serving members and its last World War II veteran. New Jersey's Sen. Frank Launtenberg, who served five terms, died of pneumonia at the age of 89. Herb Jackson of The Record joins Gwen Ifill to look back at the Democratic senator's legacy and explore who may replace him.

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