Sen. Graham on the FBI’s handling of suspect Tamerlan Tsarnaev, now dead, in a discussion with Sen. Schumer on last week’s bombing. The two also weighed the possibility of the death penalty for the other suspect, Dzhokhar.
After Boston tragedy "Gang of Eight" Sens. Schumer & Graham believe now is the time for immigration reform.
We’ll have the latest on the Boston bombings with Massachusetts Senator William “Mo” Cowan.
Then, the Chairman of the Homeland Security Committee Rep. Michael McCaul (R-TX), former Congressman & 9/11 Commission member Tim Roemer, former U.S. Attorney General Alberto Gonzales, and former FBI profiler Candice DeLong on the national security implications.
Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) & Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) also join us to discuss what comes next.
We’ll be live at 9am and NOON ET.
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Senator Lindsey Graham (R) South Carolina, told Candy he expects the bipartisan “Gang of Eight” immigration reform bill will pass the Senate.
Senator Lindsey Graham (R-SC) says he won’t join a Republican filibuster on gun legislation if it includes a mandate extending background checks to gun sales between two individuals.
A spring triple header is coming to Washington, and we’re not talking about the Nationals. Immigration, Gun Laws, and the Budget are on our minds.
Our guests include Republican Senator Lindsey Graham who says South Carolina is ground zero in the fight for immigration reform as evangelicals join Republicans in pushing for change. Plus, some leading Republican Senators are threatening to filibuster the Democrats attempt at comprehensive gun reform legislation. Will Graham join them?
We’ll also have an interview with Connecticut’s Democratic Senator Richard Blumenthal. Has the momentum for comprehensive gun reform legislation dried-up just 100 days after the Newtown tragedy? We’ll also get his take on the President’s budget, which we expect to see on April 10. How much wiggle room will Obama have on entitlements, and does he really think Republicans will get on board with more spending?
Check out the exclusive interview with Prop 8 opponents David Boies and Ted Olson. Find out why the oddball pairing believes they’re on the winning side of history, and why they took up the cause in the first place.
We have lots of ground to cover. Join us Sunday at 9am and Noon Eastern.
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) was asked Sunday about the troop withdrawal from Afghanistan and when he thinks the 66,000 troops currently serving there should leave, this ahead of Pres. Karzai's visit to the U.S.
Sen. Lindsey Graham said Sunday that the likely Defense Secy. nominee, Chuck Hagel, is an "in your face" nomination from the President.
With both parties bruised over the fiscal cliff wrangling, how will Congress tackle the next fights over spending and the debt ceiling? Plus, President Obama is expected to outline his 2nd term agenda in the next few days, but how much can he accomplish in a gridlocked Washington? We’ll talk to Senator Dick Durbin, the number two Democrat in the Senate, and influential Republican Senator Lindsey Graham.
This week’s drama over the fiscal cliff exposed deep political and policy chasms between both sides. Progressives insist they’re not compromising on spending, while Conservatives insist cuts must be put in place soon. We’ll talk with Neera Tanden from the left-leaning Center for American Progress, right-leaning economist Stephen Moore, CNN Senior Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash, and Jackie Calmes of the New York Times.
Watch State of the Union with Candy Crowley Sunday 9am and Noon.
Senators Lindsey Graham and Dick Durbin on the shifting campaign momentum in the 2012 election.
Sen. Dick Durbin: "The momentum has shifted in Obama's direction and that's a good thing from our point of view."
Sen. Lindsey Graham: "I think if history holds here and undecided voters break against the incumbent as they generally do, this is a very close race, and quite frankly, I like our position."