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Victories for Obama Help Fight "Lame Duck" Status

Special | 25m 17s | Video has closed captioning.

Obama looks to renew ties to Cuba with a new embassy in Havana. His approval numbers are at 2 year high after several administration victories in June. Peter Baker of The New York Times explains how Obama is fighting his lame duck status. Chris Christie, Bobby Jindal and Jim Webb are the latest candidates to join the presidential race, and Donald Trump lands in hot water.

Aired: 07/03/15

Rating: NR

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