President Obama's popularity has taken a dive and Republicans across the country are trying to take advantage of that in the midterms. There are plenty of Democratic candidates who are going out of their way to distance themselves from the President. That doesn't mean he is spending this election entirely on the sidelines. Dana Bash has the latest.
Do candidates who put too much distance between themselves and President Obama risk losing the African-American vote? Joe Johns reports.
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