Leslie Sanchez

Impacto Group

Host

Republican strategist; founder and CEO of Impacto Group LLC; former Executive Director of the White House Initiative on Hispanic Education under President George. W. Bush 

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We break down this wild, wacky circus of an election season.

Inside the political circus

We break down this wild, wacky circus of an election season.

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Obama rejects the Keystone Pipeline over climate concerns, Republicans fight for first place.

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