Sen. John McCain says he's "very favorably disposed" to support the Manchin-Toomey gun bill on background checks.
"I'm very favorably disposed. But first of all, I would like to thank Pat and Joe for their work together. We need to do a lot more of that. And I'm very favorably disposed towards that. Eighty percent of the American people want to see a better background check procedure. The Internet aspect of it, which I need more explanations - greater explanation of, but, look, I appreciate their work. "
Freshman Independent Sen. Angus King says strong leaders, like the president, must compromise to continue recovery.
Senators Barbara Boxer and Kay Bailey Hutchison weigh in on the challenge of getting things done in Washington.
CNN's Dana Bash and the New York Times' Jeff Zeleny discuss the politics of the week with Candy Crowley including Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia, a freshman Democrat, who says he's not all that sure that he's going to vote for President Obama this year and Sen. Orrin Hatch being forced into a runoff by the right side of his party.