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Russia-gate Harkens Back to the Bygone Days of Benghazi-gate

by Kevin Kelton

For Americans over 19, today’s “Russia-gate” headlines harken back to a bygone era of the 2015 “Benghazi-gate” scandal and a time of hot yoga, iPhone Sixes, John Green novels, and a guy named “Jeb!” captured the hearts of dark money donors everywhere.

Hard as it is to believe, it’s been almost two years since the email scandal and “Benghazi” hearings that so closely echo the Russian election tampering news of today. But for Americans who were born then, the similarities are eery.

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Episode 6: Hillary and the Benghazi Hearing

Headlines:

Bill Maher pressures Bernie Sanders on how to pay for ‘socialist’ measures

Why Hillary Will Likely Win the White House

Rubio the Unusual Frontrunner

Aging Supreme Court Energizes Republicans More Than Democrats in 2016 race 

Segments:

Clinton testimony at the Benghazi hearing

Paul Ryan agrees to run for Speaker – but only for one term?

Next Republican debate