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Must-See Political TV

Two major players are done with government, but they say they're not done with politics. What's next for Hillary Clinton and Steve Bannon? CBS aired interviews with each of them on Sunday. Former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon's talking points on "60 Minutes" included the removal of Confederate monuments, his continued support of President Trump's agenda and the president's "enemies." One of those enemies, Trump's former opponent Hillary Clinton, gave the first interview about her new book, "What Happened," to CBS News' Sunday Morning. We get reaction from Bob Garfield, co-host of WNYC's long-running program "On the Media." Garfield's been thinking a lot about American identity in preparation for his one-man show, "Ruggedly Jewish," opening this weekend in Philadelphia. Also today, we asked Floridians what they're seeing and feeling after Irma swept across the state, leaving 60% of homes and businesses without power. That conversation is online at

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