We are witnessing the largest upsurge of economic populism in recent American history. The fight for a $15 minimum wage, the opposition to the Trans Pacific Partnership, the avowed concern about widening inequality even among Republican candidates, and the surging popularity of Senator Bernie Sanders all give evidence. Unlike the Occupy Movement, which eschewed politics, this new movement is committed to political change. Does it herald a fundamental change in America?
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders is drawing thousands to his rallies. Can he catch up to Hillary Clinton in the polls? Jonathan Capehart, Katie Packer Gage and Caitlin Huey-Burns join to discuss.