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Election Roundtable: Attack In Nice, Sanders Endorses Clinton, Trump Makes VP Pick10:46
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Police officers work near the truck that mowed through revelers in Nice, southern France, Friday, July 15, 2016.  A large truck mowed through revelers gathered for Bastille Day fireworks in Nice, killing more than 80 people and sending people fleeing into the sea as it bore down for more than a mile along the Riviera city's famed waterfront promenade.  (AP Photo/Francois Mori)
Police officers work near the truck that mowed through revelers in Nice, southern France, Friday, July 15, 2016. A large truck mowed through revelers gathered for Bastille Day fireworks in Nice, killing more than 80 people and sending people fleeing into the sea as it bore down for more than a mile along the Riviera city's famed waterfront promenade. (AP Photo/Francois Mori)
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Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both spoke about the terrorist attack in Nice Thursday night that killed at least 84 people.

Trump tweeted Friday morning that he has chosen Indiana Gov. Mike Pence as his running mate, while Bernie Sanders gave his long-awaited endorsement to Clinton at a rally in New Hampshire.

Jesse Holland of the Associated Press and Rebecca Sinderbrand of the Washington Post discuss the political news of the week with Here & Now’s Lisa Mullins and Peter O’Dowd.

Guests

Jesse Holland, race and ethnicity reporter for the Associated Press. He tweets @jessejholland.

Rebecca Sinderbrand, politics news editor for the Washington Post. She tweets @sinderbrand.

This segment aired on July 15, 2016.

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