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think the economy is fundamentally turning around. >> okay. sports, laura? it will be a great night. and uconn women's basketball will once again win the ncaa women's championship. >> i have to say once again. they have won it three years in a row and ten out of the 20.
happens, it won't impact the race in any way. >> okay. sorry, mr. webb. economy, laura? >> i think once again median income in the united states not peak since the 1999 levels. i think once again on the
range of topics and under the heading often in error, but never in doubt. politics first. laura? >> i think the highlight of the democratic national convention will be the speech by former president bill clinton. i think for three republican conventions in a row republicans will not hear from a former republican president. >> that of course meaning the only living former presidents are the bushes. >> if jeb is the nominee, i think he wants to be his own man. don't see it. >> my prediction on politics is it's going to be a three-way race. there will be aung establishment republican. if trump doesn't get the nomination, somebody else, trump, maybe somebody else runs instead to show how mad they are at the establishment. >> basically you'll sea there would be two
race in any way. >> okay. sorry, mr. webb. economy, laura? >> i think once again median income in the united states not peak since the 1999 levels. i think once again on the economy we'll see a trade deficit with china that is exceeding $300 billion as it has for the last many number of years. i don't think we'll see much of a change at all despite rosy predictions about america's economic return. the middle class still in my mind rules this election. what's happens to them, all backgrounds i think will dominate both with hillary and the republican nominee. >> susan? >> this would be very bad news 2016. our recovery already, while it hasn't felt like much of a recovery for a lot of americans is what economists call mature, third longest recovery since world war 2. possible we'll see a downturn which would be devastating for
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