Birthright Citizenship; Bar Exam Blues; Is NYC Everything You Hoped For?

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About 50,000 people take the bar exam every year, and last year’s pass rates were down across the country. Hear why law students think the test should be changed, and why bar examiners say students just aren’t smart enough. Plus: The Washington Post's Karen Tumulty and NY1 Noticias' Juan Manuel Benítez on Republican candidates and birthright citizenship; Trump the mogul and Trump the brand name; New York City transplants talk about whether the city has lived up to their starry-eyed expectations; and Mets fans try not to jinx the possibility of a World Series subway series.