‘Left, Right & Center’: Rahm Gone, Tea Party, Whitman-Brown
Rahm Emanuel steps down as chief of staff; now he wants to run for mayor of Chicago. Is this a shakeup or just normal job burnout? Is the White House in flux? With the House voting to impose import tariffs on China, will the Senate bring the issue to a vote? In this week’s edition of “Left, Right & Center,” we also have a glance at the midterms, the tea party and the Whitman-Brown face-off in California. — KA
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