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Fmr. FEMA head: Bush flyover was a mistake

Former FEMA head Brown: Bush flyover was a 'huge' mistake

08/28/15 08:30PM

Former FEMA head Michael Brown remembers Hurricane  Katrina ten years later, calling President George W. Bush’s decision to flyover New Orleans to view the aftermath and not land was a huge mistake. Former Louisiana Senator Mary Landrieu also discusses how New Orleans has bounced back. watch

Trump: 'There is a movement going on'

Trump: 'There is a movement going on'

08/28/15 07:14PM

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump spoke to the media at a press event in Norwood, MA. Trump expressed his support for Patriots' QB Tom Brady and his appreciation for Eric Cantor's endorsement. Trump also noted that America is ready for real change, "not Obama change." watch

The first word when it comes to Clinton,...

The first word when it comes to Clinton, Trump

08/27/15 07:52PM

Latest Quinnipiac poll asked voters what the first word was that came to mind when they thought of Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush. The Guardian’s Sabrina Siddiqui, Politico’s Ken Vogel and the Chicago Tribune’s Clarence Page make up the Hardball Roundtable. watch

Donald Trump: “It’s my hair.  I swear”

Donald Trump: “It’s my hair. I swear”

08/27/15 06:59PM

Donald Trump has woman touch his hair to verify that it is real during a campaign stop in South Carolina…this as he tops the polls in the largest lead of his campaign. Salon’s Joan Walsh, the Washington Post’s Eugene Robinson and Republican strategist Matt Schlapp discuss. watch

Donald Trump won't run third party

Donald Trump won't run third party

08/26/15 07:17PM

Donald Trump doesn't stand down from his feud with Fox and relishes in his confrontation with Univision's Jorge Ramos. This as a new report says Trump is telling top Republicans he doesn’t plan on running third party. The Huffington Post’s Ryan Grim and MSNBC’s Joy Reid discuss. watch


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