Trump Talks Childcare in Iowa Before Unveiling Plan in Pennsylvania

Sep 16, 2016

Just weeks away from the general election, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump returned to Iowa touting his plan to ease the financial burden of childcare for working families. Also this week, Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton took a break from campaigning after being diagnosed with pneumonia. That's not controversial, but how and when her campaign disclosed her health status, certainly was.

In this week's political conversation, host Ben Kieffer talks with Dave Andersen, Assistant Professor of Political Science at Iowa State University and Chris Larimer, Associate Professor of Political Science at University of Northern Iowa, about the latest campaign developments.

They also examine which members of Iowa's congressional delegation are most vulnerable heading into November.