Mitt Romney, A Volcker Rule Delay and Paid Family Leave

This week, the 2016 race was roiled by the announcement that former GOP nominee and 2012 loser Mitt Romney was, against all logic, getting his band back together to mount yet another run for the White House. This has baffled everyone, including the Huffington Post's Amanda Terkel, who joins us to form a chorus of confused noises.

Elsewhere, the past few weeks has seen the age-old battle between Wall Street and Main Street re-enjoined with American taxpayers facing the prospect of the Volcker Rule getting delayed. But the spines of the Democratic minority have suddenly stiffened. We'll talk about why with Zach Carter and Arthur Delaney.

Finally, President Barack Obama is pitching a plan to reform paid family leave for Federal workers. We'll discuss the implications of the plan, and its potential to spur similar reforms elsewhere.

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