President Obama’s top campaign adviser David Axelrod slammed Mitt Romney for recent comments on teachers, policemen and firefighters. "What planet is he living on where he thinks that we can take these kind of hits in our education system and progress as a country?" said Axelrod. He also denied ever giving Attorney General Eric Holder political advice. Asked about the president’s comments last week in which President Obama said the private sector was “doing fine,” Axelrod said "we need to accelerate job creation in the private sector."
Sen. John McCain (R-AZ) continued his sharp criticism of President Obama on the national security leaks, saying that the president is responsible. McCain reiterated his calls for an outside investigation of the leaks. He says a probe by Attorney General Eric Holder would lack credibility.
Candy Crowley shares her thoughts about this week's edition of State of the Union.
Candy takes a look at campaign surrogates that go "off" message and how it affects the overall presidential campaigns.
CNN"s Dana Bash and The New York Times Michael Shear on the politics of the week.
Rep. Peter King (R) and Rep Lynn Woolsey (D) on the pros and cons of drones used overseas and in the U.S.
Sen. John McCain says the U.S. is standing by watching people "being tortured, raped...It is shameful we're not helping."
Sen. John McCain (R) Arizona weighs in on whether U.S. intelligence leaks are coming from the White House or elsewhere.
Senior Obama Campaign Adviser David Axelrod weighs in on how the economy is doing as the election winds down.
Bravo's Andy Cohen shares a very special message for Candy Crowley from his interview with Randi Kaye.