Mario Cuomo, Bush-Clinton? Afghanistan Legacy

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Mario Cuomo said he wanted to be remembered as a man who tried. We look back at the life and legacy of the former governor of New York. Is Jeb Bush going to be the Republican nomination for president? Our panelists are depressed about the idea of another Bush-Clinton runoff. Are you? The United States officially ended its combat role in Afghanistan this week. Are we really out? What is our legacy? How will the Boston Marathon bombing reflect on our time there? Should New York police turn their back on their mayor? Our panelists look ahead at 2015.

Matt Miller moderates from the Center, Robert Scheer (  is on the Left and Rich Lowry (National Review) is on the Right. Josh Barro (New York Times) is our special guest.

Photo: David Berkowitz