Week In 2016 Politics Focuses On Bush, Clinton Money Issues05:26
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Republican Jeb Bush (left) has announced he's exploring a run for president. Hillary Clinton (right) is pursuing the Democratic nomination in 2016. (Saul Loeb, Mike Coppola/AFP/Getty Images)
Republican Jeb Bush (left) has announced he's exploring a run for president. Hillary Clinton (right) is pursuing the Democratic nomination in 2016. (Saul Loeb, Mike Coppola/AFP/Getty Images)
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Hillary Clinton is under growing pressure to answer questions about the Clinton Foundation's acceptance of money from foreign donors.

Jeb Bush is pushing the envelope of campaign finance rules by outsourcing many traditional campaign functions to his super PAC Right to Rise, which cannot legally coordinate its actions with a Bush presidential campaign. Bush has not yet announced he's running for president.

Tom Beaumont of the Associated Press discusses the latest in 2016 politics with Here & Now's Robin Young.

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This segment aired on April 24, 2015.

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