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  • What created Trump? He's a product of Obama: Sternlicht

    Donald Trump has tapped into a deep vein, says Barry Sternlicht, Starwood Capital CEO, sharing his thoughts on the rise of Trump and Hillary Clinton's campaign. I could be supportive of either candidate if they go to the middle, says Sternlicht.

  • Paul Ryan and Donald Trump

    Paul Ryan appears to already be pulling Donald Trump toward his own extreme positions, says ThinkProgress editor Bryce Covert.

  • Will history be kind to President Obama?

    In the UK to pick up the Asian Women of Achievement's Global Empowerment Award, Julie Hanna, executive chair of the board at Kiva, takes the time to explain to CNBC why she thinks history will have a favorable view on another key leading figure, Barack Obama, and his presidency.

  • Sidney Blumenthal

    The Republican Party is in danger of splitting apart, former Clinton advisor Sidney Blumenthal says.

  • Sen. Klobuchar: Cuba's 'critical mass'

    Walter Isaacson, Aspen Institute CEO and Sen. Amy Klobuchar, (D-Minn.) discuss business prospects in Cuba and why she is leading the bill to lift the embargo on the tiny island country.

  • Sen. Klobuchar: Democrats will come together

    Sen. Amy Klobuchar, (D-Minn.), declares her support of Hillary Clinton and weighs in on Bernie Sander's popularity and political views.

  • Sen. Klobuchar: Odds are with Clinton

    Sen. Amy Klobuchar, (D-Minn.), weighs in on whether she thinks Donald Trump could beat Hillary Clinton, and shares her thoughts on top election issues.

  • Sen. Corker: GOP coming together

    Sen. Bob Corker, (R-Tenn.), shares his thoughts on the Republican presidential campaign and the planned meeting between Donald Trump and Republican leaders on Capitol Hill.

  •  Dan Quayle: Trump can beat Hillary

    This is the year of the outsider, says former Vice President Dan Quayle, sharing his prediction on the outcome of the 2016 presidential elections and weighing in on today's meeting between Donald Trump and Speaker Paul Ryan. Trump is going to find out that people in Congress "need a lot of stroking," says Quayle.

  • Dan Quayle: Who would have predicted Trump or Sanders?

    Former Vice President Dan Quayle discusses the race for the White House and why he is backing presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump.

  • GOP in danger of going the way of the Whigs: Author

    Sidney Blumenthal, "A Self-Made Man" author, shares his thoughts on the future of the Republican Party.

  • Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton

    Larry Lindsey, President & CEO of The Lindsey Group, discusses his analysis of the 2016 presidential race and which candidate could be better for business.

  • Trump knows how to deal with banks: Ken Langone

    Ken Langone, Invemed Associates, weighs in on presumptive GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump.

  • Bernie Sanders reacts to cheering supporters during a campaign rally in Sacramento, California, May 9, 2016.

    Voters in West Virginia helped Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders score another election night victory as Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton slogs towards the nomination. Meanwhile Trump is heading to Washington to see if he can pull the Republican Party together, reports CNBC's John Harwood.

  • Trump, Sanders notch primary wins

    NBC News' Edward Lawrence reports voters in West Virginia helped Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders score another election night victory as Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton slogs towards the nomination. Meanwhile Trump is heading to Capitol Hill to talk with Speaker Paul Ryan.

  • Bill Clinton campaigning in 1992 and Donald Trump.

    Donald Trump IS trying to blow up the GOP, just like Bill Clinton rocked the Democrats in 1992, says Jake Novak.

  • Hillary Clinton

    Hillary Clinton's path to the White House will not be a "cakewalk" if she faces Donald Trump in November, Mark Penn says.

  • Electoral math.. key states to win

    Shelby Holliday, Wall Street Journal, and Politico's Susan Glasser, crunch the latest poll numbers. At this point the economy is THE issue people will vote on in November, says Holliday.

  • Poll: Clinton vs. Trump

    According to a new poll by Harvard University and the National Research Group, the presidential race in key battleground states is getting really close among likely voters. Mark Penn, The Stagwell Group founder, breaks down the results.

  • Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, presidential candidates

    CNBC's John Harwood reports on what to expect as voters head to the polls in Tuesday's primaries.