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It's CPAC week and Kristin and Shane are joined by guest host Alex Roarty, The Hotline's chief political correspondent, to discuss the significance of the conference, Jeb Bush's place in the crowd, and Rand Paul's increasing isolation from his own party. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton has been stressing her motherly instincts, Scott Walker may be the candidate to beat, and Marco Rubio is under pressure to stay in the Senate.
Stories from this episode:
National Journal: At CPAC, Ben Carson Lambasts 'Purveyors of Division,' by Emma Roller
National Journal: Clinton's 2016 Gender Play, by Emily Schultheis
National Journal: The Suspense is Gone: Hillary Clinton is Running and Everyone Knows It, by Emily Schultheis
National Journal: Carly Fiorina Just Offered the Harshest Criticism of Hillary Clinton at CPAC So Far, by Emma Roller
National Journal: Why Clinton Isn't the Favorite After All, by Alex Roarty
National Journal: CPAC Sound Bites, by Brian Resnick, Andrew McGill and Stephanie Stamm
This article is from the archive of our partner National Journal.