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Kristin, Tim and Scott discuss the thin Democratic field and the next set of second-tier Republican contenders set to enter the race. Meanwhile, riots in Baltimore this week have presidential hopefuls voicing positions on crime and the police force, demonstrating just how much opinions on criminal justice have changed on both the Republican and Democratic sides.

Stories mentioned in this episode:

National Journal: Bernie Sanders Has a Brother, and He's Also Running for Office, by Zach Cohen

National Journal: Martin O'Malley's Passive Agressive Campaign Against Hillary Clinton, by Emily Schultheis

National Journal: Hillary Clinton May Have Lost a Campaign Weapon, by S.V. Dáte

National Journal: Mark Your Calendar, Hillary Clinton. You Have Two Pending Dates with Trey Gowdy, by Nora Kelly

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