Is President Obama’s jobs plan a good-faith effort to spark the economy or the opening salvo to his reelection? We’ll ask White House senior adviser, David Plouffe
The search for bipartisanship continues as the House and the Senate gridlock over federal funding; with the clock running out Friday night; will a centrist position emerge? We’ll ask Democratic Sen. Mark Warner of Virginia and Republican Sen. Lamar Alexander of Tennessee.
Then the Republicans’ 2012 field debates and two candidates stand out for different reasons. Does the party need to broaden its appeal? We’ll ask Indiana’s Republican Governor Mitch Daniels, who flirted with the idea of challenging President Obama.
And a new poll shows a majority of Americans blame President Obama for the country’s teetering economy. Is this a watershed moment in Obama’s presidency? USA Today’s Washington bureau chief Susan Page and TIME Magazine’s deputy bureau chief, Michael Crowley will join us.