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  • How the GOP drama could impact more than Trump

    McClatchy Politics editor Steve Thomma, Sirius XM radio host Julie Mason, Sacramento Bee political correspondent David Siders and McClatchy White House correspondent Lesley Clark discuss the potential lasting impact that the drama from the first day at the Republican National Convention could have on local races in the fall.

McClatchy Politics editor Steve Thomma, Sirius XM radio host Julie Mason, Sacramento Bee political correspondent David Siders and McClatchy White House correspondent Lesley Clark discuss the potential lasting impact that the drama from the first day at the Republican National Convention could have on local races in the fall. Credit: McClatchy
McClatchy Politics editor Steve Thomma, Sirius XM radio host Julie Mason, Sacramento Bee political correspondent David Siders and McClatchy White House correspondent Lesley Clark discuss the potential lasting impact that the drama from the first day at the Republican National Convention could have on local races in the fall. Credit: McClatchy

Morning Buzz at the RNC with U.S. Rep. Farenthold

July 19, 2016 8:00 AM