The Obama administration’s use of drones took center stage on this morning’s State of the Union. First, Candy spoke with Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) who questioned whether using drones to kill American citizens abroad was constitutional. He also looked ahead to that other State of the Union; the address President Obama will give on Tuesday night. Paul will give the Tea Party response and told Candy he believes the Tea Party still has a role to play in shaping conservative policies. Maine’s new Independent senator, Angus King told Candy he had misgivings about the unchecked use of drones.
Sen. Rand Paul on the Tea Party view of the President's State of the Union address and second term agenda.
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Former Defense Secretary Robert Gates tells CNN's Candy Crowley that he supports the use of drones to attack terrorists.
Sen. Rand Paul on his concerns about confirming John Brennan and the targeting of Americans in drone strikes.
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The State of the Union political panel reviews their expectations for Obama's state of the union address.