Democratic presidential candidate and Hawaii Congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard is kind of an outlier in the large field of candidates. She’s a major in the Hawaii Army National Guard, and she’s built her campaign around her anti-war views. Although she’s only polling around 1%, she has attracted praise from far-right figures like Steve Bannon. NPR’s Tamara Keith recently interviewed her along with Josh Rogers of New Hampshire Public Radio as part of an NPR Politics Podcast series of on-the-campaign-trail interviews. And Tam joins us now in the studio.