Weekly Roundup: Friday, January 15 : The NPR Politics Podcast This week, a recap of Thursday night's GOP debate, a look at the new levels of competition between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, and — two weeks from the Iowa Caucuses — which state might really be the most demographically representative in the nation. Plus a listener question and what the NPR Politics team can't let go. This episode: editor and correspondent Ron Elving and campaign reporter Asma Khalid join hosts Sam Sanders and Tamara Keith. Find them on Twitter @samsanders, @tamarakeithNPR, @asmamk, @NPRrelving, and at npr.org/politics.
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Weekly Roundup: Friday, January 15

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Weekly Roundup: Friday, January 15

Weekly Roundup: Friday, January 15

Weekly Roundup: Friday, January 15

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This week, a recap of Thursday night's GOP debate, a look at the new levels of competition between Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, and — two weeks from the Iowa Caucuses — which state might really be the most demographically representative in the nation. Plus a listener question and what the NPR Politics team can't let go. This episode: editor and correspondent Ron Elving and campaign reporter Asma Khalid join hosts Sam Sanders and Tamara Keith. Find them on Twitter @samsanders, @tamarakeithNPR, @asmamk, @NPRrelving, and at npr.org/politics.