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  • Kris Kobach: 'May never know' if Clinton won popular vote

    07:05
  • Eighth Person Identified at Trump Tower Meeting

    01:57
  • Sen. Murkowski Opposed to Obamacare Repeal Without a Replacement

    02:05
  • Inside a 'Super Polluter' power plant

    04:53
  • U.S. Authorities Increase Security After Manchester Attack

    02:43
  • Police Raid Home Possibly Linked to Manchester Attack

    00:25
  • Police Raid Home Possibly Linked to Manchester Attack

    00:25
  • Omarosa: Trump Looks 'Forward to Going to Chicago'

    01:26
  • Josh Earnest: Obama Would Jump in if Government Crosses 'Red Lines'

    04:50
  • Democrats Have Votes to Force 'Nuclear Option' Over Gorsuch

    00:30
  • Bill Richardson: North Korea missile launch 'a serious threat'

    07:44
  • GOP bill would end Medicaid expansion

    06:31
  • New surveillance video shows night before Mike Brown's death

    05:03
  • Trump’s wiretapping claims to be investigated

    05:38
  • New health care proposal met with opposing views

    07:16
  • Wiretapping claims latest controversy in White House

    04:42
  • Trump calls for investigation into ‘wiretapping’

    07:48
  • Sen. calls for indep. commission to investigate Sessions

    07:26
  • Trump Administration under pressure

    06:57
  • Trump’s tweets a deflection of Russia probe?

    06:43

Did Trump’s comments go too far?

06:41

During a rally in Fort Dodge, IA, GOP candidate Donald Trump attacked both the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates. Politico’s Ben White, the Washington Post’s Philip Rucker and MSNBC’s Robert Traynham respond to the speech and comment on whether this will be a turning point for the Trump campaign.