Racial Identity and Loyalty in the White House Race 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.
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Racial Identity and Loyalty in the White House Race

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.