Sunday show wrap-up: 2016 takes the spotlight

Sunday show wrap-up: 2016 takes the spotlight
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Scott Walker: Jeb Bush is still 'probably' the GOP's frontrunner   The Wisconsin governor's popularity is reflected in recent polls.

Scott Walker's 2016 decision to come 'shortly' after end of June   The Wisconsin governor was in Iowa for Joni Ernst's "Roast and Ride" event.

Scott Walker: US combat forces not necessary in Iraq now   Walker said the administration should “reengage” U.S. military forces now in Iraq.

Walker suggests way to preserve states' same-sex marriage bans   The Wisconsin governor said gay marriage opponents should consider a constitutional amendment.

Clinton Labor secretary: Bill ClintonWilliam (Bill) Jefferson ClintonPrince Andrew says he regrets staying with Jeffrey Epstein Now for your moment of Zen from the Trump impeachment hearings The Hill's Morning Report — Public impeachment drama resumes today MORE should stop paid speeches   Bill Clinton, Robert Reich said, "has to stop the paid speeches."

Perry: Big banks that make mistakes 'need to pay a price’   Perry said he would hold big banks accountable if elected president.

Perry defends Texas voter ID law on heels of Clinton criticism   Perry called Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonGOP divided over impeachment trial strategy 'Too Far Left' hashtag trends on Twitter Resistance or unhinged behavior? Partisan hatred reaches Trump's family MORE's criticism "outside the norm of ridiculous."

Christie: Hillary 'ridiculous' on voting rights   “I don’t want to expand it and increase the opportunities for fraud,” he said.

Graham: More money needed to combat cyberattacks   “Number one, you’ve got to have more money," the senator said.

Graham: Caitlin Jenner 'welcome' in the Republican Party   "I haven’t walked into her shoes. I don’t have all the answers," he said.

Santorum: Climate change about 'political science'   “No scientist in his right mind would ever say the science is settled," he said.

Key GOP senator: 'Reaganesque' candidate would win Iowa Straw Poll   "We have to have somebody that will express conservative views of course," Ernst said.

GOP senator keeps door open to being VP pick   “Did my mother ask you say that?" Sen. Joni Ernst (R-Iowa) joked.

Lincoln Chafee questions US sanctions against Russia   "I don’t know about these sanctions," the Democratic presidential candidate said.

NYC mayor: America has a 'democracy problem'   De Blasio called for earlier poll access and simpler voting registration nationwide.



Homeland Security chairman: All signs 'point to China' on hack   “This is the most significant data breach in U.S. history,” Michael McCaul said.

Dem rep: Fed workers data breach exposed 'very valuable' information   Rep. Adam SchiffAdam Bennett SchiffGOP divided over impeachment trial strategy READ: Top NSC aide Tim Morrison's closed-door impeachment inquiry testimony Top NSC aide puts Sondland at front lines of Ukraine campaign, speaking for Trump MORE refused to speculate on whether China had orchestrated the cyberattack.



GOP rep: Rand PaulRandal (Rand) Howard PaulGOP divided over impeachment trial strategy Trump: 'Everybody knows who the whistleblower is' Johnson opens door to subpoenaing whistleblower, Schiff, Bidens MORE 'absolutely disgraceful' on NSA   Rep. Peter King (R-N.Y.) said Sen. Rand Paul (R-Ky.) had acted only in his own interest.



McChrystal: US can't play a 'numbers game' in ISIS fight   “What you've got to do is destroy the fabric of the organization," the retired general said.