Our Likely Presidential Candidates Are Different Than Past Nominees

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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are, we assume, the presidential nominees of their respective parties. The polls say they’re disliked by millions of people, and they’re very different from the nominees than past presidential elections.

Political insiders Derek Eadon and Jeff Angelo talk about how different they actually are and what their challenges are moving ahead.

Eadon served as Barack Obama's 2012 Iowa State Director, and Angelo served as a Republican State Senator.

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