WH Adviser Dan Pfeiffer on the trio of controversy that hit the White House, and their plan for surviving the political storm.
State of the Union's panel weighs in on the president's poll numbers and the worst political week of his tenure.
A peek behind the Scenes of State of the Union for Sunday, May 19th and our interviews with White House Senior Adviser Dan Pfeiffer, Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) and our panel with Donna Brazile, Jessica Yellin, Susan Page and Ana Navarro
Pres. Obama at 53% approval despite a week of controversies and polls also show Congress not overreaching in criticism. White House Senior Adviser Dan Pfeiffer on the White House's reaction to the week and public perception.
"State of the Union's" panel talks about the House taking its 37th vote to repeal the Affordable Care Act.
Donna Brazile talks to Candy Crowley about her early start in politics, her favorite Southern food and her television cameos.
White House Senior Adviser Dan Pfeiffer tells Candy “of the many things the president gets involved in, talking points for Sunday shows is not one of them."
Who should be in charge of prosecuting military sexual assaults? White House Senior Adviser Dan Pfeiffer weighs in for his boss.
Sen. Rand Paul says Benghazi was "a terrible and tragic error" of judgment by President Obama and Sec. of State Clinton.
"What's most important is someone made a decision to put an embassy and consulate in a war- torn country with no host country to guard that embassy or consulate, leaving the guarding and security up to a militia. That decision alone was a terrible and tragic error. And that's what needs to change."
Sen. Rand Paul say he believes "we're going to find a written policy that says we were targeting people who were opposed to the President."