After Senator Elizabeth Warren’s fourth-place finish in New Hampshire’s primary, her campaign shifted money around for advertising in South Carolina to Nevada. She maintained this week that her campaign is more of a slow-burning movement that will yield results over time, but pundits questioned her momentum and what her path to victory might now be.

In for Jim Braude, Adam Reilly spoke with Joan Vennochi, a columnist for "The Boston Globe," Kaivan Shroff, founder of the group Millennial Democrats and a former digital organizer for Hillary For America, and Stephanie Murray, author of "Politico Massachusetts Playbook," on Thursday's Greater Boston.