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Trump, Clinton trade shots after wins

Trump, Clinton trade shots after wins

03/02/16 07:44PM

If the general election campaign between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump truly started, what will the record turnout we're seeing on the Republican side mean for November? Planned Parenthood’s Cecile Richards, Buzzfeed’s John Stanton and Bloomberg View’s Margaret Carlson discuss. watch

GOP establishment in revolt over Trump

GOP establishment in revolt over Trump

03/02/16 07:00PM

Donald Trump dominated Super Tuesday and now the Republican establishment is in revolt over the front-runner. His rivals have less than two weeks to put a stop to the momentum, but is there any way to prevent him from getting the nomination at this point? NBC News’ Chuck Todd, the Washington Post’s Robert Costa and Congressman Mo Brooks discuss. watch

Can Ted Cruz carry his home state?

Can Ted Cruz carry his home state?

02/29/16 07:40PM

Ted Cruz could win big in Texas, but the question is where else could he earn a victory on Super Tuesday? Is it enough to just carry his home state? The Houston Chronicle’s Lisa Falkenberg, former Texas GOP chairman Steve Munisteri and the Houston Press’ Dianna Wray make up the Hardball Roundtable. watch

Why Mass. is a key state for Clinton, Sanders

Why Mass. is a key state for Clinton, Sanders

02/29/16 07:24PM

Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are about to head into battle for Super Tuesday, but Chris Matthews explains why Massachusetts could be a turning point for both campaigns. Former Houston Mayor Annise Parker and Democratic pollster Cornell Belcher discuss. watch

Is the GOP falling apart?

Is the GOP falling apart?

02/29/16 07:07PM

On the eve of Super Tuesday, Chris Matthews poses an important question: Is the Republican party coming apart? After this weekend, it seemed to erupt on all fronts. Republican strategist Chris Begala and, MSNBC political analyst Howard Fineman and the Dallas Morning News’ Wayne Slater discuss. watch

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