Racial Identity and Loyalty in the White House Race

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Political experts Donna Brazile and Robert Traynham debate how Barack Obama will negotiate race if elected president, dissect the presidential candidates' economic platforms, and discuss the shake-ups inside Hillary Clinton's campaign staff.

Democratic strategist Donna Brazile is the author of the book Cooking with Grease: Stirring the Pots in American Politics, and Robert Traynham, Washington, D.C. bureau chief for CN8 and professor at George Washington University.



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