Democratic debate and how the Paris attacks impact the presidential race.

What Exactly Has Changed in the Presidential Race Because of the Paris Attacks?

What Exactly Has Changed in the Presidential Race Because of the Paris Attacks?

The crazed culture of politics.
Nov. 17 2015 6:05 PM

Just How Does Paris Change the Presidential Race?

Why Hillary could benefit.

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Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Photo illustration by Lisa Larson-Walker. Photos by Getty Images.

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This week: How do the recent attacks in Paris change the Presidential race in both parties? How can the GOP, with its leading candidates lacking any foreign policy experience, expect to take on Hillary Clinton?

And Election Day’s getting nearer, but Trump’s campaign still hasn’t imploded. We’ll contemplate what that could mean if he’s actually nominated.

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Mark Leibovich is the chief national correspondent for New York Times Magazine and the author of This Town.

Annie Lowrey is a contributing editor for New York magazine. She can be reached at annie.lowrey@gmail.com.

Alex Wagner is the host of MSNBC’s Now With Alex Wagner.