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- Chris Frates Investigative correspondent, CNN.
- Jeanne Cummings Deputy managing editor, Bloomberg Politics.
- Steve Roberts Syndicated columnist and journalism professor at The George Washington University.
Video: How Will Elizabeth Warren Shape Hillary Clinton's 2016 Campaign?
Most experts are putting Hillary Clinton as the democratic front runner for the 2016 presidential elections.
But some say she would actually benefit from some competition in the primary, and that some of her positions will likely be shaped by Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.), a favorite among more progressive Democrats who has said she won’t run but has met with Clinton about her campaign.
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