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Season One Finale- Breaking Down Trump's Shocking Win
In the season one finale of the RunningMate podcast, Ryan Nobles is joined by CNN's Steve Nannes and Tom LoBianco to try and make sense of Donald Trump's remarkable upset victory. Ryan, Steve and Tom look at the numbers and states that Trump won in an attempt to understand his path to victory. They also look ahead to the governing challenges again for the 45th President of the United States.
Sprint to the Finish
Ryan Nobles prepares you for the final days of campaign 2016 with a complete look at the biggest issues impacting the final vote. Brianna Keilar reports from Arizona with Hillary Clinton's campaign and Jim Acosta provides an update from the Trump Campaign in North Carolina. Ryan sits down one on one with an undecided voter from a key swing state to get a sense of what could be holding people back from making up their minds. In the roundtable, Ryan, Daniella Diaz and Dianne Gallagher analyze the sprint to the finish. Including what states are in play and the path to victory for both sides.
Dana Bash/ Andrew Kaczynzski/ Vanessa Williams
Ryan Nobles moderates a discussion on the closing days of the campaign for president with CNN's Dana Bash and Scott McLean. They discuss Michelle Obama's campaign appearance with Hillary Clinton, the opening of Donald Trump's new hotel and Bill Clinton's role in the race. Ryan interviews Andrew Kaczynski about his discovery of past controversial statements by Trump over the years and he also talks to Vanessa Williams from the Washington Post about the real opportunity that Democrats may have in Georgia.
Rigged Elections/ The Wikileaks fallout
In the wake of Donald Trump refusing to say he would accept the results of the final election, Ryan Nobles takes an in depth look at the integrity of the U.S. voting system. Ryan talks with republican election law expert Mark Braden, who explains the complexity of the electoral process and why it would be difficult to manipulate the vote. Then Ryan interviews Dr. Timothy Carone, a professor from the University of Notre Dame and an IT expert who breaks down the impact of the Wikileaks hack on what it could mean for the future.
David Fahrenthold on investigating Trump
Ryan Nobles interviews David Fahrenthold of the Washington Post about his dogged reporting on Donald Trump's charitable giving. David also talks about breaking the biggest story in the history of the Washington Post's website.
About CNN RunningMate
The 2016 campaign is changing by the minute and it might be tough to keep up with every twist and turn. Each week Ryan Nobles and the CNN RunningMate team will breakdown the highs and lows with expert interviews, unique commentary and even a little fun. Join the race for the White House with a front row seat on the campaign trail, without ever leaving home. Station website