Quick Take: Terrorism, Fear, and the Campaign : The NPR Politics Podcast How recent terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino are changing rhetoric and reshaping the race for 2016. This episode: Tamara Keith, White House correspondent; Don Gonyea, national political correspondent; Ron Elving, editor and correspondent; Carrie Johnson, justice correspondent. Find the team on Twitter @nprpolitics or at npr.org/politics.
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Quick Take: Terrorism, Fear, and the Campaign

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Quick Take: Terrorism, Fear, and the Campaign

Quick Take: Terrorism, Fear, and the Campaign

Quick Take: Terrorism, Fear, and the Campaign

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How recent terrorist attacks in Paris and San Bernardino are changing rhetoric and reshaping the race for 2016. This episode: Tamara Keith, White House correspondent; Don Gonyea, national political correspondent; Ron Elving, editor and correspondent; Carrie Johnson, justice correspondent. Find the team on Twitter @nprpolitics or at npr.org/politics.