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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.
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Most experts are putting Hillary Clinton as the democratic front runner for the 2016 presidential elections.
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