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Iowa caucus confusion may benefit Joe Biden, Chuck Todd says

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Meet the Press moderator Chuck Todd and NBC senior legal and investigative correspondent Cynthia McFadden join TODAY to comment on the confusion caused by delayed results from the Iowa caucuses. McFadden said officials knew early on that there were problems with a new app used to record and relay votes. Todd says that if any candidate benefits from the confusion, it could be Joe Biden, who “may have dodged a bullet.”