Getting Personal With Presidential Hopeful Kucinich
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Getting Personal With Presidential Hopeful Kucinich

Following a discussion on Iraq at Johns Hopkins University's School of Advanced International Studies., washingtonpost.com's Sarah Lovenheim sat down with Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) to dig beyond his policy and shed light on his personality. Alongside his wife, Elizabeth, Kucinich shared stories of his childhood, on being a vegan, and why he thinks America is ready for Elizabeth as its first lady. Video by Sarah Lovenheim/washigntonpost.com

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