Reporters' Roundtable: GOP Showdown, Natalie's Assets

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In this week’s podcast, host Josh Nathan-Kazis is joined by Forward opinion editor Gal Beckerman and Washington correspondent Nathan Guttman to discuss the fallout from the Iowa caucuses and the outlook for Republican presidential candidates in New Hampshire and beyond. Then, staff writer Paul Berger stops by to discuss his story about a Belgian man who was honored for saving Jews during the Holocaust. It turns out he is accused of being xenophobic and anti-Semitic. He may have actually prevented Jews from fleeing Nazi Germany. Finally, the group argues, vehemently, about why Jews like Natalie Portman.

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