Senior Obama Campaign adviser David Axelrod weighs in on how hurricane Sandy will affect the campaign.
Senior Obama Campaign Adviser David Axelrod weighs in on President Obama's closing message.
Senior Obama Campaign Adviser David Axelrod says the Obama campaign is ahead in the polls because of their policies and not mistakes made by the Romney campaign.
"We're ahead, Candy, because the American people believe that this president has in his mind and in his heart the middle class and how to rebuild an economy that works for the middle class in this country, and that is fundamental in what they're looking for."
Senior Obama Campaign Adviser David Axelrod defended U.S. Ambassador to the U.N Susan Rice's initial reaction to the attacks against the U.S. embassy in Libya.
"I was kind of shocked to see Representative King attack Ambassador Rice for what she said last Sunday here and elsewhere, because she was acting on the intelligence that was given to her by the intelligence community. To say she should resign - she is one of the most remarkable, splendid public servants we have. That's thoroughly irresponsible."
Exclusive: Senator John McCain. He debated both Mitt Romney and Barack Obama, and gives us a unique perspective as Camp Romney tries to manage expectations. We’ll also ask him about the Obama campaign contemplating a play for his home state of Arizona, and we’ll get his take on the investigation into the Libya attack and Syria’s Chemical Weapons.
Exclusive: Obama Campaign Senior Adviser David Axelrod drops in to answer questions about debate preparations, swing state strategy, and Obama’s promises
Exclusive: Governor Martin O’Malley & Senator Roy Blunt on what voters want to hear from the candidates during the home stretch. We also expect to talk about the looming fiscal cliff, what Senator Blunt is doing to avoid it, and how it will affect jobs and the economic recovery.
And we’ll round it out with Republican Consultant Alex Castellanos, Pollster and Democratic Strategist Celinda Lake, and CNN Senior Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash. We’ll talk about Campaign Ad strategy and how it’s changed in the face of so much early voting. And Dana will give us a preview of her forthcoming documentary on Paul Ryan.
Sunday 9am and 12p ET
David Axelrod, Obama's top adviser, weigh's in on how Paul Ryan will affect the Obama campaigns strategy.
David Axelrod, Obama's top strategist, takes on Romney's vice presidential pick, Paul Ryan.
Romney looks to gain traction and some message control with his swing state bus tour and the rollout of his Vice Presidential pick. One of those contenders, Senator John Thune will join us live from his home state of South Dakota.
It’s the dog days of august, but you wouldn’t know it if you live in a swing state and own a t-v. The campaigns, parties and outside advocacy groups have pummeled voters to the tune 10,483 ads so far this month. Can it get any nastier? We’ll ask Senior Advisers to both campaigns – David Axelrod and Ed Gillespie.
And with Romney-watch in full gear, we look at what his v-p pick says about the state of the campaign with our political panel.
Watch Sunday at 9 a.m. & NOON ET.
David Axelrod responds to a report that says 60 percent of Obama's campaign ads are negative.
David Axelrod said on Sunday he is giving Mitt Romney the benefit of the doubt on whether any criminal actions took place with the SEC.