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
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."
Sen. Rand Paul on the Tea Party view of the President's State of the Union address and second term agenda.
Sen. Rand Paul on his concerns about confirming John Brennan and the targeting of Americans in drone strikes.
Sen. Rand Paul (R) says automatic cuts that would follow a 'super committee' failure may be the only way to reach a deal.
This Sunday on “State of the Union with Candy Crowley”, an exclusive interview with the co-chair of the “super committee,” democratic Senator Patty Murray, as the committee vows to work through the weekend to reach a deal. Will we see any progress, and what happens if there’s no deal? We’ll get her thoughts.
Also, republican Senator Rand Paul (R-Kentucky) says the Democrats, and in particular President Obama, would be happy if there’s no deal because it “helps his campaign,” we’ll talk to the Tea Party-backed senator about it.
Plus, a wide ranging interview with former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice, who has authored a memoir on her time in the George W. Bush administration titled “No Higher Honor.” We’ll ask her about Syria, Afghanistan, and the Republican presidential candidates’ foreign policy views.
It promises to be a great show. Tune in Sunday at 9AM & NOON ET.
Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul tells CNN's Candy Crowley that budget compromises should be over cuts, not spending.