Eight candidates for the Republican presidential nomination talked national security issues on Tuesday night at the eleventh televised debate. The discussion included the number of troops in Afghanistan, dealing with Iran's nuclear aggression, and immigration policy. Former House speaker Newt Gingrich drew fire for suggesting a "humane" policy on immigration that would allow undocumented immigrants who have built families here to remain in the country. Molly Ball, politics writer for The Atlantic, joins Madeleine to discuss the evolution of the campaign.
Molly Ball, politics writer for The Atlantic