We debate whether policy or personality will matter more in 2020 as Senator Elizabeth Warren continues to roll out policy proposals like ending the electoral college, breaking up big tech, or starting a conversation around reparations.

Also, New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft, who is fighting to block the release of a surveillance video connected to charges of solicitation of prostitution. Kraft also rejected a plea deal offered by Florida prosecutors earlier this week. As part of the deal, Kraft would have to admit he would have been found guilty in court.

Did Kraft reject a good deal? How should the NFL handle these charges?


Renée Graham, associate editor and columnist for the Boston Globe and a WBUR contributor. She tweets @reneeygraham.

Joe Battenfeld, political columnist at the Boston Herald and host of “Battenfeld” on Boston Herald Radio. He tweets @joebattenfeld.

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