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Can Trump be stopped after wins in SC, NH?

Can Trump be stopped after wins in SC, NH?

02/22/16 11:04AM

Former RNC chairman Michael Steele, Washington Examiner columnist Kristen Soltis Anderson, and political analyst Jon Ralston discuss whether Donald Trump can maintain his momentum after big wins in two of the first three primary contests. watch

Donald Trump vs. Pope Francis

Donald Trump vs. Pope Francis

02/19/16 11:18AM

Christian Broadcasting Network’s David Brody and Republican strategist Matt Schlapp join Tamron Hall to discuss Pope Francis’s recent response to Donald Trump stating he was not trying to “personally attack” Trump. They also discuss whether this statement will affect Trump’s poll numbers in South Carolina. watch

Apple versus the government

Apple versus the government

02/18/16 11:52AM

Republican Presidential candidates are taking the side of the government in the battle between Apple and the FBI. Candidates are stating that Apple should comply with the judge’s order to help investigators unlock the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino shooters. Editor and partner of “Boing Boing,” Xeni Jardin, speaks to Tamron Hall about this... watch

How to rig an election?

How to rig an election?

02/18/16 11:44AM

Alan Raymond, a former Republican consultant spent months in a federal prison after pleading guilty to charges of phone harassment in connection with an election scheme in 2002 to jam the phone lines of New Hampshire Democrats. He speaks to Tamron Hall about the “dirty tricks” in the 2016 election. watch

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