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Levi Strauss CEO: Don’t wash your jeans

‘Red Eye’ co-host Andy Levy and comedian Sherrod Small on the Tea Party, Mavericks owner Mark Cuban’s comments on prejudice, and the Levi Strauss CEO telling consumers to not wash their jeans.

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