Hillary Clinton becomes the first woman to lead a major party presidential ticket. Will Bernie Sanders bring his supporters over to vote for her? León Krauze, anchor for Univision in Los Angeles, interviewed Sanders when he was campaigning in California and said he couldn't be sure. "In my experience, Messianic figures don't like to be held back by democracy." Stephanie Cutter, Democratic strategist and Obama's deputy campaign manager in 2012, says the Sanders-Clinton division is not as wide as the Clinton-Obama division was in 2008. Paul Ryan continues to stand behind Donald Trump, despite statements he does not support. Josh Barro suggests not following someone you will regret in the end.
Josh Barro (Business Insider) moderates from the Center. Rich Lowry (National Review) is on the Right. On the Left is Stephanie Cutter (Democratic strategist, Obama's Deputy Campaign Manager 2012). Our special guest is León Krauze (Univision's KMEX TV).
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