The panelists discuss Bill Clinton's political prowess and the perils of legalizing gay marriage.
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Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders brusquely announces that he's running for president in 2016.
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No constituent would elect any candidate who used these awful campaign slogans.
Does a campaign commercial show a man being electrocuted or a hog being showered in champagne?
Larry Wilmore is pumped about Jon's final show, and Ted Cruz paints a grim picture of the 2016 race.
GOP presidential candidates strive to seem at least slightly tolerant of marriage equality.
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A jury sentences Aaron Hernandez to life in prison, and George Lucas earns Larry's forgiveness.
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Eric Greitens discusses the influential role that veterans can play in serving U.S. communities.
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The media gets overexcited during their early coverage of Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign.
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Senator Marco Rubio announces his plan to run for president, but the media is focused elsewhere.
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Hillary Clinton reintroduces herself, and Miles Thompson discusses the art of misdirection.
The panelists discuss Hillary Clinton's efforts to reinvent herself for the 2016 presidential race.
Jessica Williams reports on the three qualities that Republicans look for in an ideal president.
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Hillary Clinton officially announces her plan to run for president with an understated campaign ad.
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Hillary Clinton gets a new campaign jam, and a man accuses his ex of sleeping with the Wu-Tang Clan.
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A South Carolina police officer kills an unarmed black man, and Sen. Rand Paul runs for president.
The panelists discuss Sen. Rand Paul's libertarian views and his attempts to win over black voters.
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Senator Rand Paul announces his 2016 presidential candidacy, and Mike Yard shows his support.
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