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Republican Presidential Debate Analysis #1088064

MSNBC Special for Thursday, Aug 06, 2015

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Live MSNBC analysis of the Republican presidential candidates' debate from Cleveland, Ohio, with Chris Matthews (MSNBC), former Republican National Committee Chairman Michael Steele, Republican strategist Steve Schmidt, Rand Paul supporter JC Watts, Ted Cruz campaign advisor Rick Tyler, Republican presidential candidate George Pataki, Rep. Tim Ryan, "The Washington Post" columnist Kathleen Parker, Republican strategist Matt Schlapp, "The Washington Post" columnist Eugene Robinson, MSNBC political reporter Kasie Hunt, Robert Costa of "The Washington Post", former Sen. John Sununu, Ohio Democratic Party Engagement Chair Nina Turner, Rand Paul Campaign Manager Chip Englander, and Huffington Post Global Editorial Director Howard Fineman, taped excerpts of post-debate remarks by Donald Trump, and taped excerpts from tonight's Republican debate.
Reporter(s):
Todd, Chuck;
Mitchell, Andrea;
Kornacki, Steve
Duration:
02:00:00

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