2016 Democratic Presidential Candidates
Annie Linskey talked about possible Democratic candidates for president in 2016, including Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Elizabeth… read more
Annie Linskey talked about possible Democratic candidates for president in 2016, including Vice President Joe Biden, Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA), and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton. Topics included the influence and interests of NetRoots Nation, which she described as “the left of the left” and “a little bit like the CPAC for the Democrats.” Clips from Vice President Biden’s and Senator Warren’s previous week speeches at the NetRoots Nation Conference in Detroit were shown.
“CPAC” stands for the Political Action Conference. close
*The transcript for this program was compiled from uncorrected Closed Captioning.
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