The New Hampshire primary is over, and the results are landslide victories for the so-called anti-establishment “outsiders” — Donald Trump on the Republican side and Bernie Sanders on the Democratic side. Two uncommitted New Hampshire party leaders — Steve Duprey (R) and Martha Fuller Clark (D) offer their analysis of what happened in the Granite State and what’s ahead.
Up next on the calendar is the caucuses in Nevada — Feb. 20th for the Democrats, Feb. 23rd for the Republicans. Jon Ralston of Ralston Reports tells us what’s at stake.
And we go back 12 years to February of 2004 when General Wesley Clark ended his bid for the Democratic presidential nomination. The former Supreme Allied Commander in Europe for NATO remembers his campaign and shares his observations on the 2016 election.
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