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Handicapping the 2016 presidential field




Hillary Rodham Clinton arrives to a signing of her book
Hillary Rodham Clinton arrives to a signing of her book "Hard Choices", Thursday, July 17, 2014, in Ridgewood, N.J.
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A shellacking, a thumping, a drubbing. Call it whatever you want, the midterm election results represent a clear sign of voter discontent in the country today. Analysis abound concerning what President Obama's remaining term would look like going forward. How would this week's results reconfigure the presidential election in two years? Would we see big changes in the list of potential candidates interested in running for the country's top post? Who's gaining momentum?

Guests:

Maggie Haberman, senior political reporter for POLITICO

Scot Lehigh, political columnist for the Boston Globe