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Oldest American climbs Mount Everest at 75 years old

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Earlier this year, Arthur Muir, a retired lawyer from Chicago, became the oldest American to climb Mount Everest, only a few years after he first took up mountaineering at age 68. NBC’s Gadi Schwartz reports from Los Angeles and then Muir joins Craig, Savannah and Hoda from Kathmandu, Nepal, to discuss his accomplishment. “I’m as surprised as anybody,” he says.