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15.07.2015

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GWEN IFILL: And then there were 15 — Republican candidates for president, that is. So, as the 2016 campaign begins to take final shape, we look at the personalities, the policy, and of course, the purse strings this Politics Monday with Tamara Keith of NPR and Amy Walter of The Cook Political Report. Let’s start by looking at the money, the most important part of this, right, in some respects. AMY WALTER, The ... Source: pbs.org

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