The Heat discusses the 2016 U.S. Presidential elections

The Heat

Americans won’t go the polls to elect their next president until November 2016. But, the race for the White House is already well underway. Who will take over from President Barack Obama when he leaves office? Will it be Democrat Hillary Clinton? What about Republican Jeb Bush? Could someone else emerge? CCTV’s John Gilmore provided an update.

The Heat discusses the 2016 U.S. Presidential elections

The Heat discusses the 2016 U.S. Presidential elections

Americans won’t go the polls to elect their next president until November 2016. But, the race for the White House is already well underway. Who will take over from President Barack Obama when he leaves office? Will it be Democrat Hillary Clinton? What about Republican Jeb Bush? Could someone else emerge?

CCTV began its discussion with these experts.

  • Journalist and columnist Bob Franken. He has covered several presidential races and has reported from the White House and Capitol Hill.
  • Kyle Kondik is the director of the University of Virginia Center for Politics in Washington DC.
  • Ivan Eland, is the director for the Center on Peace and Liberty at the Independent Institute. He has also worked for the U.S. Congress for fifteen years on national security issues.
  • Andrew Sitov is the Washington bureau chief for the Russian TASS news agency.
  • The Heat discusses the 2016 U.S. Presidential elections Pt 1

    The Heat discusses the 2016 U.S. Presidential elections Pt 1

    Americans won’t go the polls to elect their next president until November 2016. But, the race for the White House is already well underway. Who will take over from President Barack Obama when he leaves office? Will it be Democrat Hillary Clinton? What about Republican Jeb Bush? Could someone else emerge?

The Heat continued its discussion about the U.S. presidential race and who might be America’s next president.

The Heat discusses the 2016 U.S. Presidential elections Pt 2

The Heat discusses the 2016 U.S. Presidential elections Pt 2

Americans won’t go the polls to elect their next president until November 2016. But, the race for the White House is already well underway. Who will take over from President Barack Obama when he leaves office? Will it be Democrat Hillary Clinton? What about Republican Jeb Bush? Could someone else emerge?