The Heat: New Hampshire’s boost for US presidential candidates

The Heat

The Heat: New Hampshire's boost for US presidential candidates pt1

The Heat: New Hampshire's boost for US presidential candidates pt1

More than half a million people voted in the U.S. state of New Hampshire on Tuesday, in the first primary of the 2016 U.S. presidential election. New York billionaire Donald Trump, and the U.S. Senator from Vermont Bernie Sanders, celebrated resounding victories in a presidential race that seems unlike any other with so-called political outsiders getting favor from the American people. CCTV America’s Sean Callebs reports. The Heat was joined by the following guests: From Washington, D.C., Julianne Malveaux. She’s an economist and the former President of Bennett College. From Copenhagen, Edward Ashbee. He’s an Associate Professor in the department of Business and Politics at Copenhagen Business School. From Washington, D.C., John Hart. He’s the editor-in-chief of Opportunity Lives, a news website dedicated to conservative solutions. From New York, Sean McElwee. He’s a writer and research associate with Demos, a public policy organization.

More than half a million people voted in the U.S. state of New Hampshire on Tuesday, in the first primary of the 2016 U.S. presidential election.

New York billionaire Donald Trump, and the U.S. Senator from Vermont Bernie Sanders, celebrated resounding victories in a presidential race that seems unlike any other with so-called political outsiders getting favor from the American people.
CCTV America’s Sean Callebs reports.
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The Heat was joined by the following guests:

  • From Washington, D.C., Julianne Malveaux. She’s an economist and the former President of Bennett College.
  • From Copenhagen, Edward Ashbee. He’s an Associate Professor in the department of Business and Politics at Copenhagen Business School.
  • From Washington, D.C., John Hart. He’s the editor-in-chief of Opportunity Lives, a news website dedicated to conservative solutions.
  • From New York, Sean McElwee. He’s a writer and research associate with Demos, a public policy organization.
The Heat: New Hampshire's boost for US presidential candidates pt2

The Heat: New Hampshire's boost for US presidential candidates pt2

More than half a million people voted in the U.S. state of New Hampshire on Tuesday, in the first primary of the 2016 U.S. presidential election. New York billionaire Donald Trump, and the U.S. Senator from Vermont Bernie Sanders, celebrated resounding victories in a presidential race that seems unlike any other with so-called political outsiders getting favor from the American people. The Heat was joined by the following guests: From Washington, D.C., Julianne Malveaux. She’s an economist and the former President of Bennett College. From Copenhagen, Edward Ashbee. He’s an Associate Professor in the department of Business and Politics at Copenhagen Business School. From Washington, D.C., John Hart. He’s the editor-in-chief of Opportunity Lives, a news website dedicated to conservative solutions. From New York, Sean McElwee. He’s a writer and research associate with Demos, a public policy organization.