quincy adams. a lot of history here in this place that has survived two fires. perhaps, guys, a metaphor for his crucible democratic primary crisis has become. >> thank you for the information on the operahou house. >> thanks so much, brianna. >>> let's talk more about what is happening in new hampshire and everything at stuck with raymond buckley, the chairman of the democratic party. thanks for joining us. >> thanks for having me. >> of course. you heard brianna keilar talking about this deficit that hillary is facing in the most recent polls in new hampshire. i'm not asking you to weigh in necessarily on the candidates themselves but do you think the reality on the ground is that far apart? >> i think that anything can happen. one has to remember that 43% of the electorate are unenrolled voters or independents. they can choose to pick a democratic or republican ballot tuesday morning. we have same day registration. tens and thousands of individuals here in new hampshire can wake up that morning
. >> john quincy adams. >> that's right. >> i'm undefeated. >> he basically dropped the mike, walked off and never came back. >> seriously, tapper. seriously. >> kate bolduan is experienced on this. she knows what to expect. >> oh dear god, you're starting like that? >> john berman is a three time winner, a jeopardy champion. he's going to be tough to beat. >> we are the outsiders. >> first time player. >> john king has been on the magic wall, but is he good at a game show? >> it's still anybody's game. >> yeah. you may have noticed. we're in the quiz show too. >> root for us, please. we need your support. >> big questions like who decided the 1824 election? >> henry clay. >> who said where's the beef? >> walter monodale. >> the editor of the national telegraph. >> whose last name was not green. >> it was breen. >> thank you very much. enough said. fun one, guys. please join us so you can see it. >>> back to politics. just eight days out now from the south carolina republican primary. and among the high profile leaders in the state, there's no consensus of which candidate to endorse.
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