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October 07, 2016

Russell Riley

How a presidential candidate would actually behave in the White House is always a source of speculation during a campaign. In 2016, voters are faced with an unprecedented scenario: a candidate who has already lived in the White House as a major political figure. We're joined by Russell Riley, cochair of the Presidential Oral History Program at the Miller Center and the author of a new book, "Inside the Clinton White House," drawn from more than 130 interviews with members of Bill Clinton's administration to explore what he has learned about Hillary Clinton.

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