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Campaign 2016's biggest spender, previewing the Democratic National Convention & Donald Trump's general election campaign

April 29, 2016
Money is determining the course of the 2016 election. A reporter discusses her experience covering Hillary Clinton as a presidential candidate and as Secretary of State. Plus, a preview of this year's Democratic convention.
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Carly Fiorina becomes Ted Cruz's running mate

April 27, 2016
Sen. Ted Cruz announced Wednesday that former presidential hopeful Carly Fiorina would be his vice presidential running mate, if he were to win the Republican nomination.
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Ted Cruz explains working with Kasich

April 25, 2016
Ted Cruz explains how he and John Kasich reached an agreement to split their campaign focus in order to ‪stop Donald Trump from reaching 1,237 delegates. Cruz will focus on Indiana while Kasich will move on to Oregon.
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Kasich on working with Cruz: "What's the big deal?"

April 25, 2016
"What's the big deal?" John Kasich asked in response to reports that he is teaming up with Ted Cruz to stop Donald J. Trump from getting 1,237 delegates at the Republican National Committee convention. The two campaigns are dividing up states they will spend their resources.
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Trump accuses Kasich and Cruz of "colluding"

April 25, 2016
Donald J. Trump says accuses John Kasich and Ted Cruz of "colluding" in order to ‪stop his campaign‬. He says their campaign coordination is "weak" and "pathetic."
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RNC meets in Florida, the Sanders movement, a redacted 9-11 report and remembering Prince

April 22, 2016
Republicans prep for an open convention and remembering music icon Prince.

Trump changes tone of campaign, Clinton fights off a resilient Sanders, Obama mends fences abroad, and U.S. currency shakeup

April 22, 2016
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton solidify their front-runner status after convincing wins in New York.
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Bernie Sanders responds to over 100k voters dropped in Brooklyn

April 19, 2016
As voters head to the polls in the New York primary, over 100,000 voters have been dropped from the rolls in Brooklyn, the largest drop in active registered Democrats in New York. Sen. Bernie Sanders called the drop "absurd" during a primary night speech in Pennsylvania.
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Ted Cruz compares campaign to Bernie Sanders: "Year of the outsider"

April 19, 2016
Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz, who spent the evening of the New York primary in Pennsylvania, drew comparisons to the self-described Democratic Socialist Bernie Sanders running against Hillary Clinton in the Democratic primary. "This is the year of the outsider," Cruz said. "I'm an outsider. Bernie Sanders is an outsider."