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13 May, 2016 08:16

Hillary’s negatives

Few have run for the presidency with the kind of name recognition as Hillary Clinton. She has an established name and is also the establishment’s trusted candidate – though among many voters she has significant negatives. Barring an upset she is positioned to win her party’s nomination. The question is: Can she win the hearts and minds – and ultimately the votes – of the American people?

CrossTalking with Don DeBar, David Swanson, and Richard Goodstein.