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Hillary Clinton's Fainthearted Populism

June 15, 2015
Molly Ball | The Atlantic
Don’t believe the hype: There was precious little class warfare in the Democratic frontrunner’s kickoff speech.

House Votes Down Trade, More Troops to Iraq, Shaping Obama's Legacy and 2016 Frontrunners

June 12, 2015
Democrats disagree about trade, 450 troops to train Iraqis, Obama's last quarter and Jeb Bush & Hillary Clinton
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#AskGwen: 2016... Bernie Sanders & A Potential Third-Party Campaign

June 12, 2015
Can Bernie Sanders be the Democrat to challenge Hillary Clinton?
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Photo-Op Foreign Policy

June 12, 2015
John Dickerson | Slate
Why presidential candidates traveling overseas doesn’t tell us much.
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Sanders Urges Clinton to Speak Out on Trade Deal

June 12, 2015
Alexis Simendinger | Real Clear Politics
There are lots of reasons Sen. Bernie Sanders is attracting crowds for his long-shot presidential bid as an ultra-progressive.
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How Jeb Bush’s campaign ran off course before it even began

June 11, 2015
Ed O'Keefe, Robert Costa | The Washington Post
When asked to pinpoint where Jeb Bush’s presidential effort began running into trouble, many confidants utter a single word: Dallas.
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Republicans Roiled by Debate About Debates

June 11, 2015
Janet Hook | The Wall Street Journal
When the Republican National Committee last year decided to limit the number of debates its presidential candidates would hold in the 2016 primary season, party leaders hoped to avoid the protracted, divisive political theater GOP candidates endured in 2012 when there were nearly two-dozen primary debates.
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Jeb Bush says Putin has changed; calls for a tougher stance

June 10, 2015
Karen Tumulty | The Washington Post
Former Florida governor Jeb Bush once again tread into the controversial foreign policy decisions of his brother Wednesday, saying that Russian president Vladimir Putin "has changed."
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As G.O.P. Courts Iowa, Party Debates Relevance of State

June 8, 2015
Ashley Parker, Jonathan Martin | New York Times
Wearing a black leather vest with a bald eagle on the back, black motorcycle boots and snug jeans, Senator Joni Ernst, a freshman Republican from Iowa, began her inaugural pig roast and motorcycle ride fund-raiser...
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