Hillary Clinton won four out of the five primaries on Tuesday, but Bernie Sanders insists he's not dropping out of the race before the convention so he can push for a "strong progressive agenda." Former Secretary of Labor Robert Reich says he's seen plenty of flexibility out of Hillary Clinton, "a lot of Democrats might say what does she stand for because she's so flexible." Donald Trump says Hillary Clinton wouldn't have any support if she didn't play the "Woman Card." John Boehner describes Ted Cruz as "Lucifer in the flesh" and Rich Lowry says his campaign only has a week of viability left. Is naming Carly Fiorina as his running mate his Hail Mary pass?
Josh Barro (Business Insider) moderates from the Center. Rich Lowry (National Review) is on the Right. On the Left, Dahlia Lithwick (Slate.com). Robert Reich (University of California Berkeley; US Secretary of Labor, 1993-97) is our special guest.
Photo: Ted Cruz holds a campaign rally to announce Carly Fiorina as his running mate in Indianapolis, Indiana, April 27, 2016. (Aaron Bernstein/Reuters)
Robert B. Reich
Barro on why Republicans should stop making Fiorina happen
Barro on how Kasich found inner peace
Lowry on Trump and the end of pieties
Lithwick on liklihood that Supreme Court will let McDonnell off the hook
Reich on the endgame of 2016's anti-establishment politics
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