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Obama on the Supreme Court? Sanders sits down with POTUS

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One the Webcast, as President Obama finishes his final year in office, a town hall question posed to Democrat Hillary Clinton fueled speculation about a possible Supreme Court appointment. Clinton called it a "great idea." The administration brushed off speculation about the president's post-White House ambitions. Meanwhile, the president sat down for a private meeting with Bernie Sanders.

Aired: 01/29/16

Rating: NR

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