Former Presidential Candidate Michele Bachmann and Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels on the GOP candidates and the state of the party.
Former Presidential Candidate Michele Bachmann and Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels weigh in on the state of the GOP race.
Ron Paul has yet to win a GOP primary contest and is last in the delegate count. Is this a working long-term strategy? We’ll ask him.
Then, with swirling rumors about the possibility of a “brokered convention” in August-Indiana Governor Mitch Daniels, and Former Presidential Candidate Michele Bachmann, assess the state of the GOP field.
Plus, turmoil in the Middle East…what are the options on the table for the U.S.? Analysis from former CIA director Michael Hayden and former ambassador to Egypt and Israel, Ed Walker.
And one CEO and his plan to create more jobs in America..and his view on the Beltway. Candy sits down with Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz.
Presidential Candidate Michele Bachmann weighs in on Herman Cain's departure, the Tea Party, and her 2012 GOP bid.
Interviews with two presidential candidates hoping to disrupt Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney’s top tier status. First, we talk to Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas). Can he pull off an upset in Iowa? We’ll ask him about his campaign strategy, including his ad attacking GOP rival Newt Gingrich.
Then, a conversation with Rep. Michele Bachmann, who calls herself the “only real conservative” candidate in the race. Do primary voters agree?
We turn to Congress and foreign policy with the ranking member of the Armed Services Committee, Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona). We’ll ask the former Republican presidential candidate about fragile relations with Pakistan and the battle over extending the payroll tax and unemployment benefits.
We end the show with an analysis of some promising economic indicators. Sign of economic recovery, or is it too quick to judge? We ask our expert panel of Alice Rivlin, Douglas Holtz-Eakin, and Ron Brownstein.
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Presidential Candidate Rep. Michele Bachmann talks about the future of her campaign amid "low" poll numbers.