Last Saturday, Democrats in Nevada caucused to choose a presidential nominee. In South Carolina, Republicans went to the polls. As always, there were multiple winners… and losers. Only a fraction of Republicans have voted or caucused so far, but traditional party leaders are facing their worst nightmare. Many don’t even believe Donald Trump is a real Republican, but he could well be this year’s presidential nominee. Can he be stopped? As for traditional Democrats who tried to stack the deck for Hillary Clinton, it’s hardly smooth sailing with so many young people and women feeling the Bern. We hear what to expect before Super Tuesday next week when 13 states will go to the polls.
The March to Super Tuesday
- Peter Wehner - Ethics and Public Policy Center - @Peter_Wehner
- Bob Cusack - The Hill - @BobCusack
- Ben Domenech - The Federalist / Heartland Institute - @bdomenech
- Catherine Rampell - economics columnist at the Washington Post - @crampell
- David A. Graham - staff writer for the Atlantic - @GrahamDavidA