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  1. Face the Nation 2016 diary, January 22: GOP elites weigh Cruz vs. Trump In the January 22 entry of the "Face the Nation" 2016 diary, John Dickerson discusses why some GOP leaders aren't exactly thrilled by the current leaders of the party's presidential primary.
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  2. Face the Nation 2016 diary, January 20: Palin endorses Trump "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson discusses how Sarah Palin's endorsement of Donald Trump - and Iowa Gov. Terry Brandstad's criticism of Ted Cruz - will affect the race.
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  3. What’s next for the Republican presidential race? Michael Gerson of the Washington Post, Molly Ball of the Atlantic, Jerry Seib of the Wall Street Journal, and PBS Host Tavis Smiley discuss Republican politics and Donald Trump’s performance in the last GOP debate. Tavis Smiley is the author of a new book, The Covenant: 10 Years Later, which explores the state of “Black America” following the election of President Obama.
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  4. Full interview: Marco Rubio, January 17 “Face the Nation” moderator John Dickerson sat down with GOP presidential candidate Marco Rubio to discuss recent developments out of Iran, gun legislation, and the run up to the Republican primaries in an interview that aired January 17, 2016.
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  5. Hillary Clinton calls on Bernie Sanders to change the Charleston loophole on guns Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton says she is calling on Democratic rival Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont, to close the “Charleston loophole” in the next Congressional vote on gun legislation.
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  6. Hillary Clinton on Iran: We need “patient, persistent diplomacy with people who are not our friends” Democratic presidential frontrunner Hillary Clinton says she is “delighted” that Americans are coming home safe from Iran. The former secretary of state believes Iranians will continue to be pressed “very, very hard to give up any information they have” and return Bob Levinson to his home.
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  7. Full interview: Hillary Clinton, January 17 Democratic presidential candidate and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton discusses the American prisoner release from Iran, gun control, and the state of the Democratic primary race in an interview with CBS’ “Face the Nation” that aired January 17, 2016.
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  8. Open: This is Face the Nation, January 17 The latest on the American prisoner release from Iran and the 2016 presidential campaign trail, with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, Florida Sen. Marco Rubio, Ohio Gov. John Kasich, and others.
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  9. Extended interview: Bernie Sanders, January 17 An extended version of the interview with Democratic presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders that aired on the January 17 broadcast of "Face the Nation."
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  10. Marco Rubio hammers Obama over Iran prisoner swap In an interview with CBS' "Face the Nation," the Republican presidential candidate criticizes the recent exchange of four American prisoners for pardoning seven Iranians, saying it only encourages enemy nations to see that "there's a price for Americans"
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  11. When did Paul Ryan last speak with President Obama? House Speaker Paul Ryan tells "Face the Nation" what he and President Obama talked about during their last phone call, and he discusses whether he and the president might ever go golfing or hunting together
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  12. Extended interview: Chris Christie, January 10 An extended cut of CBS' "Face the Nation" interview with GOP presidential candidate and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, which aired on January 10, 2016
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  13. 01/10/15: Ryan, Clinton, Christie Less than a month from the Iowa caucuses, "Face the Nation" brings you the latest on the political campaign trail with Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul, House Speaker Paul Ryan, and others.
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  14. Full interview: Paul Ryan, January 10 House Speaker Paul Ryan sits down to discuss the president's executive actions on gun control, current GOP presidential front-runner Donald Trump, and his recent push to focus the Republican party on poverty in an interview that aired on CBS' "Face the Nation" on January 10, 2016
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  15. Paul Ryan on government assistance: “Most people don't want to be dependent” Speaker of the House Paul Ryan believes the current war on poverty is simply treating its symptoms and further perpetuating economic inequality. Ryan apologizes for calling those on government assistance “takers,” admitting, “I was wrong to do that.”
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  16. Taking on the Donald: How both sides have approached the GOP front-runner Peggy Noonan of the Wall Street Journal, Jamelle Bouie of Slate magazine, Susan Page of USA Today, and the Washington Post’s Ed O'Keefe discuss the run-up to the 2016 presidential election in light of Donald Trump’s recent attacks on fellow presidential candidates from both sides of the aisle.
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  17. Chris Christie: I did not support Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor In this web extra from CBS' "Face the Nation," Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie responds to conservative criticisms that he isn't tough enough on justices in both in his home state and on the Supreme Court.
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  18. Full Interview: Rand Paul, January 10 The GOP presidential candidate and Senator from Kentucky spoke with CBS’ “Face the Nation” about his plan to audit the federal reserve, Sen. Cruz’s presidential eligibility, and mending the voters’ disconnect with Washington in an interview on January 10, 2016.
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  19. Rand Paul: "There needs to be more turnover in office" GOP presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul says no Republican outside the beltway wants to raise the debt ceiling without budgetary caps. The Senator from Kentucky believes the best way to mend any disconnect between Washington and voters is to create stricter term limits for Congress.
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  20. Sen. Paul on Cruz’s presidential eligibility: “It will have to be decided in the Supreme Court” GOP presidential candidate Sen. Rand Paul believes Ted Cruz’s presidential eligibility must be decided in the Supreme Court. The Senator says the controversy is a matter of constitutional interpretation, but adds, “All experts agree he was naturally born in Canada.”
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  21. Paul Ryan: Republicans should campaign in lower-income neighborhoods Speaker Paul Ryan says he believes presidential candidates should compete “for the votes of everybody in this country no matter who they are.” The former vice presidential candidate says avoiding those neighborhoods is "a mistake that's been made" in previous campaigns.
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  22. Paul Ryan on Donald Trump: “We're a big tent party” House Speaker Paul Ryan says it's not a problem that Donald Trump's supporters disagree with him on policies like trade and the budget. Presidential primaries will "inevitably" create friction, he said, but the party will unite during the general election.
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  23. Gov. Christie: “I never donated to Planned Parenthood” In response to accusations by Marco Rubio, Gov. Chris Christie says he has never donated to the Planned Parenthood organization.
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  24. Chris Christie on president’s gun reform: “Dictatorship is not leadership” Following the president’s announcement that he will take executive action to reduce gun violence, GOP presidential candidate and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie accuses the president “acting like a dictator and a petulant child.” Christie supports eliminating gun-free zones on military bases and stands with the NRA in their defense of the Second Amendment.
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  25. Speaker Ryan: President Obama does not respect Second Amendment Days after President Obama announced executive actions aimed at strengthening background checks, House Speaker Paul Ryan says the president does not respect the Second Amendment. The Speaker believes there is no gun show loophole and said the president's actions would not have stopped any shootings.
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  26. Donald Trump’s attacks "didn’t work before" and "won’t work again,” Hillary Clinton says Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton says if Donald Trump chooses to attack her husband over the Monica Lewinsky scandal, “that’s his prerogative.” But she promises to “stick to substance” when it comes to fighting for women’s rights.
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  27. Full interview: Chris Christie, January 10 Republican presidential candidate and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie spoke with CBS’ “Face the Nation” about the president’s recent executive actions on gun control and the state of the Republican primary race in an interview that aired Sunday, January 10, 2016.
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  28. Full interview: Hillary Clinton, January 10 The Democratic front-runner and former secretary of state spoke with CBS’ “Face the Nation” about the State Department release of her emails, gun control and the state of the primary race ahead of the Iowa caucuses in an interview on January 10, 2016.
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  29. Full interview, part 1: Donald Trump, January 3 John Dickerson sits down with GOP front-runner Donald Trump to discuss his opinions on gun control, a terrorist recruitment video featuring him, and Republican rival Sen. Ted Cruz. Part 1 of the interview that aired on CBS’ “Face the Nation” broadcast on January 3, 2016.
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  30. Donald Trump: I’m going to spend $2 million on ads per week Republican front-runner Donald Trump states that he is $35 million under budget, adding that “I almost feel guilty,” about spending so little. Trump says, however, that he does not need the ads because he’s leading in all the polls.
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