All eyes are on New Hampshire ahead of Tuesday’s first primary of the 2020 presidential election cycle. Candidates have been criss-crossing the state to court voters — and sharpening their attacks against each other — in the final sprint to the contest. Lisa Desjardins reports and joins Judy Woodruff to discuss lingering doubt about the Iowa caucuses, candidate momentum and voter indecision.
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