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House Speaker Race Drags On and Obama Mum on 2016 Race

10/15/2015 | 9m 24s | Video has closed captioning.

Republicans are still searching for their next House Speaker, and the man who everyone wants, Rep. Paul Ryan, is said to still be reticent about assuming the leadership role which may cause potential no-name politicians to start throwing their hat into the ring according to NBC News’ Chuck Todd. President Obama withholds his opinion on the 2016 presidential race.

Aired: 10/15/15

Rating: NR

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