Sr. Romney Campaign adviser Ed Gillespie says Gov. Romney will be ready for a "more aggressive Obama" during Tuesday's debate.
Sr. Romney Campaign adviser Ed Gillespie says there are "inconsistencies" on the White House's official response to the attacks in Libya.
Senior Romney Campaign Adviser Ed Gillespie talks to Candy about how they plan to increase Romney's likeability.
Ed Gillespie, senior Romney campaign adviser, weigh's in on how Paul Ryan's medicare plan will affect the Romney campaign's strategy.
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.
(CNN) – Mitt Romney senior adviser Ed Gillespie said Sunday on CNN’s "State of the Union" the GOP candidate “retroactively” retired from Bain Capital after the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics began.
"You know, there may have been thought at the time that he could be part time," Gillespie told CNN Chief Political Correspondent Candy Crowley. "It was not part time. The Olympics was in a shambles. There was corruption. There was – the International Olympic Committee was going to pull the Olympics from the United States of America which would have been a huge embarrassment. Because of Mitt Romney's leadership skills he was called on to do it."
Gillespie continued, "He took a leave of absence and, in fact, Candy, he ended up not going back at all and retired retroactively to February of 1999 as a result."
Ed Gillespie, senior adviser to Mitt Romney, says the former Governor is narrowing down his choices for a Vice Presidential pick.
Ed Gillespie, senior adviser to Mitt Romney, defended Romney's record at Bain Capital and said the former governor left the firm in 1999.
Sunday on State of the Union with Candy Crowley:
When did Mitt Romney leave Bain Capital and why does it matter? Romney Senior Campaign Adviser Ed Gillespie and Obama Senior Campaign Adviser David Axelrod drop by to clear up the confusion.
State budgets and Obama v Romney with Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell and Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick.
And 61% of the lower 48 states are experiencing drought conditions - stretching from Nevada to South Carolina. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack joins us to talk about the effects of the worst drought in a quarter century.
Tune in Sunday at 9 a.m. % NOON ET.
Romney campaign senior adviser Ed Gillespie weighs in on Mitt Romney's record while at Bain Capital.