Podcast

Podcast: Presidential candidates (with the possible exception of Hillary Clinton) face hurdles winning support from Russian and Pakistani immigrants.

John Rudolph speaks with Ari Kagan, Senior Editor of Vecherniy, New York (Evening Time New York), a Russian-language weekly and Jehangir Khattak, bureau chief of Defence Journal, and a contributor to Pakistan News and Dawn, “Pakistan’s most widely circulated English language newspaper.” They sat down to discuss the outcome of the New Hampshire primary, and how Russian and Pakistani communities view the Democratic and Republican frontrunners.

[audio:http://www.xrew.com/joceimgs/FI2W/FI2W_Ari_and_Jehangir.mp3]

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