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Strategist: Important for Trump to get bipartisan community together

Rick Tyler, Foundry Strategies and GOP strategist, and Morris Reid, Mercury and Democratic strategist, discuss President Trump's meeting with manufacturing CEOs and the timeline for the first 100 days.

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The Trump administration will be signing a lot of legislation this year: Conant

Morris Reid, Dem strategist and Alex Conant, GOP strategist, weigh in on President-elect Donald Trump's cabinet picks and his first 100 days.

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Trump aims for Super Tuesday KO

Morris Reid, Democratic strategist, and Scottie Nell Hughes, Republican strategist, weigh in on Donald Trump's chances of capturing all the delegates in Ohio, and Hillary Clinton's ground game in key Midwest states.

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Will GOP push third party option?

Peter Wallison, American Enterprise Institute, provides insight to Tuesday night's primary results and weighs in on consideration among some Republicans for a third party candidate.

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'Teflon' Don's downfall and Clinton's Achilles heel...

Morris Reid, Mercury, and Joe Watkins, ElectedFace, share their outlook on Super Tuesday and weigh in on Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump's strengths and weaknesses.

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Did Trump still win GOP debate—without showing up?

Morris Reid, Mercury, and Sara Fagen, DDC Advocacy Partner, weigh in on Thursday night's Republican debate and Donald Trump's chances of winning the nomination.

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Non-attendee Trump was ‘star of the show’

Republican candidate, Donald Trump has a way of “galvanizing” discussion surrounding U.S. politics, says Morris Reid, Mercury partner, while discussing the Iowa debate.

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The possibility of a Bloomberg run

Morris Reid, Mercury partner explains why he doesn’t think Michael Bloomberg would run as a presidential candidate if Hillary Clinton gets a democratic nomination.

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'Obama doesn't always get credit for economy'

Morris Reid, a partner at Mercury and a Democrat supporter, says Barack Obama should remind citizens of the state of the economy when he took office in 2009.

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