The United States: a presidential dynasty?

The Heat

Since 1981, a Bush or Clinton has served as either president or vice president of the United States. Is the country’s presidency in danger of becoming a dynasty?

After 28 years of Bushes and Clintons in the White House, Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush seem to be possible presidential candidates. CCTV’s John Gilmore has this report.

White House may continue to see dynastic trends

White House may continue to see dynastic trends

After 28 years of Bushes and Clintons in the White House, Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush seem to be possible presidential candidates. CCTV's John Gilmore has this report for this edition of The Heat.
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CCTV’s Anand Naidoo is joined by former White House correspondent Richard Benedetto, University of Paris professor Frank Romano, and Der Speigel Washington Bureau Chief Marc Hujer to discuss the possibility of the U.S. presidency becoming linked to family ties.

Panel discussion: Is the U.S. presidency becoming a dynasty? pt. 1

Panel discussion: Is the U.S. presidency becoming a dynasty? pt. 1

CCTV's Anand Naidoo is joined by former White House correspondent Richard Benedetto, University of Paris professor Frank Romano, and Der Speigel Washington Bureau Chief Marc Hujer to discuss the possibility of the U.S. presidency becoming linked to family ties on this edition of The Heat.
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Panel discussion: Is the U.S. presidency becoming a dynasty? pt. 2

Panel discussion: Is the U.S. presidency becoming a dynasty? pt. 2

More of panel disussion between CCTV's Anand Naidoo, former White House correspondent Richard Benedetto, University of Paris professor Frank Romano, and Der Speigel Washington Bureau Chief Marc Hujer on The Heat.
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