June 8, 2016

EP. 8.5 — Preview: David Axelrod

Hillary Clinton is now the presumptive Democratic nominee – and David Axelrod has some pretty unique insight into what that looks like. That’s because he was the chief strategist for Barack Obama’s presidential campaign in 2008 when Obama had secured the nomination. Here, David talks to Axelrod about the significance of the first woman nominee for a major American political party, what it was like when Hillary was on the other end of the nomination process in ’08, and how her nomination reflects a changing America.

Make sure to check out the full interview on Friday!

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