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Since last week's podcast, the two biggest names in the presidential race announced their campaigns. Jeb Bush kicked his campaign off with an announcement in Florida, where he showed off his bilingual cred, and on a trip to New Hampshire, where he talked tax reform. Does this strong showing mark a rebound that lasts? Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton relaunched her candidacy, tying herself to Franklin Roosevelt's legacy but avoiding any talk about foreign policy. Kristin, Tim, and Josh dissect these developments and debate what Bernie Sanders' momentum means, which B-list Republican has a chance to matter, and how much of a headache Donald Trump will become for the GOP.

Stories mentioned in this episode:

National Journal: Jeb Bush on 2016: 'It's Nobody's Turn' by Tim Alberta

National Journal: Jeb Bush, Official Presidential Candidate, Begins His Bid to Lock Up New Hampshire by Tim Alberta

National Journal: Bush Fights Elitist Image, One Gas-Station Selfie at a Time by Tim Alberta

National Journal: Jeb Bush Pushes Immigration Reform in Iowa: "I Want to Win!" by Tim Alberta

National Journal: Jeb Explains Why He Keeps 'Bush' Out of His Campaign Slogan by Tim Alberta

National Journal: Hillary Clinton's Identity Crisis by Josh Kraushaar

National Journal: The Great 2016 Foreign Policy Gamble by Josh Kraushaar

National Journal: Hillary Clinton Inches Toward a 'No' on Fast-Track by Emily Schultheis

National Journal: In South Carolina, Hillary Clinton Embraces Rhetoric of Left, Policies of Middle by Shane Goldmacher

National Journal: Bernie Sanders Is Gaining on Hillary Clinton in New Hampshire by Emily Schultheis

National Journal: Chris Christie Is Stealing John McCain's Playbook by Josh Kraushaar

National Journal: Here's Why Donald Trump Will Actually Matter in 2016—and a Few Reasons Why He Won't by Nora Kelly

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