Play of the Day: A Poor-Off Will Decide 2016

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To appeal to the working class, candidates in the next presidential election will have to prove they can relate to voters. Hillary Clinton has already attempted to dispel the notion that she's wealthy. But who will win when late-night host Jon Stewart pits Clinton against Joe Biden in a "Poor-Off"? And why exactly do politicians feel like America needs a "hobo" for president? 

Plus: Chris Christie plays ball at Yankee Stadium, and the Food and Drug Administration lays down new ground rules for how pharmaceutical companies can use Twitter. 

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