CNN White House correspondent Jim Acosta on his clashes with Donald Trump, accusations of grandstanding and what it means when a president calls the media “the enemy of the people.”
On Sunday, Hillary Clinton made what everyone was expecting official: She is running for president of the United States. Clinton declared her candidacy with a two minute video, telling Americans she is “hitting the road to earn your vote.” The announcement comes after two Republicans, Sens. Ted Cruz and Rand Paul, recently threw their hat in the ring. Sen. Marco Rubio is expected to do the same sometime Monday. It’s still nearly a year and a half from when voters go to the polls to elect the next president, but campaign season has begun. We take a look at the race for president in 2016.
- Norman Ornstein Resident scholar, American Enterprise Institute; co-author of "It's Even Worse Than It Looks: How the American Constitutional System Collided With the New Politics of Extremism."
- David Winston President of the Winston Group, Republican strategist and CBS News consultant. He has served as an adviser to the House and Senate Republican leadership for more than a decade.
- Margie Omero Democratic strategist and managing director of research, Purple Strategies.
- Domenico Montanaro Lead editor for politics and digital audience, NPR.
Video: Hillary Clinton's Campaign Launch
Former Secretary of State and First Lady Hillary Clinton announced her presidential campaign this weekend in a video posted to YouTube.
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