Monday's Iowa caucuses may seem like an anti-climax after this week's surreal TV drama, which is more about public perception than political power. Never before has a supposed front-runner put on his own event to upstage a debate between his opponents — while cable news channels take sides. We look for the significance behind the sound and fury for both political parties -- in Iowa and beyond, when attention will turn to New Hampshire.
In the State of Iowa: The Show Must Go On
Stuart Stevens - Strategic Partners & Media - @stuartpstevens, McKay Coppins - staff writer for the Atlantic - @mckaycoppins, E.J. Dionne - Senior fellow at Brookings Institution, Professor at Georgetown University, Columnist at Washington Post - @EJDionne, Timothy Hagle - University of Iowa - @ProfHagle