March 25, 2015

Here on The Scrum podcast, we promise to cover politics "from Beacon Hill to the Beltway," and this week we finally took that literally. David S. Bernstein gathered up a few "Bostonians in exile" at the NPR headquarters in Washington, D.C.-- Boston Globe Washington correspondent Matt Viser; and USA Today reporter Donovan Slack.

This week's topics: Why the Globe is hyping Elizabeth Warren for President; what Ted Cruz's campaign roll out got right; what the Veterans Administration is still hiding from you; and which "Bozos" are messing up John Kerry's legacy. Plus, what it's like to be a Bostonian in Washington, and Matt and Donovan's time in a "small concrete box inside a large concrete box," aka Boston City Hall.

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