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Showtime’s “The Circus” Offers Dark Lessons in Horse-Race Journalism

On the night of the Iowa caucuses, in February, Bernie Sanders stood in a hotel room watching CNN report the results on television. Earlier that night, the Vermont senator had delivered a quasi-victory speech, but the vote was the closest that Iowa’s Democratic caucuses had ever seen (Hillary Clinton would ultimately be declared the winner), and the analysts on TV seemed no more sure what to make of it than any of the staffers or reporters gathered around Sanders, who stood closer to the screen than anyone else.
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