Amy Siskind

The New Agenda

Guest

President and Co-founder of The New Agenda, a national women's organization which empowers and connects college and Millennial women, founded in 2008 by 30 Hillary Clinton supporters

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Recent national polls show Hillary Clinton has opened a lead on Donald Trump -- a few weeks ahead of both parties’ nominating conventions.

Trump Trashes Trade, Clinton Tries to Stay on Top

Recent national polls show Hillary Clinton has opened a lead on Donald Trump -- a few weeks ahead of both parties’ nominating conventions.

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After yesterday's victories in Wisconsin, Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders both claim the "momentum" has changed in their favor.

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After yesterday's victories in Wisconsin, Ted Cruz and Bernie Sanders both claim the "momentum" has changed in their favor.

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Bernie Sanders defeated Hillary Clinton in Michigan yesterday. It's already being called, " One of the greatest upsets in modern political history ."

The Democratic Party: Divided Again

Bernie Sanders defeated Hillary Clinton in Michigan yesterday. It's already being called, " One of the greatest upsets in modern political history ."

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