From NPR:

Some big names in politics — Republicans, Democrats and Independents — are getting together to talk about the possible need for a third-party candidate in the presidential election this year.

Former Sen. Sam Nunn and New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg are among the people attending the conference. Another is former Sen. David Boren, who is now the president of University of Oklahoma. That’s where the Bipartisan Conference will be Jan. 7.

Boren talks with Melissa Block about the meeting.

Audio here.

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