Former presidential candidate Rick Santorum on his political future and whether he would work in a Romney administration.
Former presidential candidate Rick Santorum on the Utah senate race and why he isn't endorsing incumbent Sen. Hatch (R-UT).
Former presidential candidate Rick Santorum weighs in on President Obama's immigration policy.
White House Senior Adviser David Plouffe weighs in on Obama's immigration change and says it is not a "political move."
White House Senior Adviser David Plouffe weighs in on Obama's plan post 2012, should he win the election.
Can a new immigration policy re-energize President Obama’s campaign? Candy talks to the architect of President Obama’s 2008 victory, White House Senior Adviser, David Plouffe.
Then, reaction from former presidential candidate Rick Santorum.
Tune in Sunday at 9 a.m. & NOON ET.
Former Presidential Candidate Rick Santorum on Mitt Romney's stance on immigration: "He’s trying to walk a line not to sound that he is hostile to latinos."
See the full interview Sunday at 9 a.m. & NOON ET.
Candy answers your questions in this week's Ask Candy – everything from the Attorney General and Dodd-Frank to the Grateful Dead and the Kansas City Chiefs chances next year. Thanks for all the questions and check next week for our Ask Candy questions.
Twitter Question from: Randy J. Tolen
Candy, does the pressure and allegations pending against Holder render him ineffective as our AG?
“Ineffective” is a strong word, so my short answer is no. The Attorney General isn’t a newbie and understands that Washington is a political hot house. So to a certain extent, his wrangling with Congress comes with the territory and he understood that when he took the job. I do think it can’t help but be a pretty big distraction and a constant pressure. Testifying before Congress takes preparation and Holder is a regular up there, largely because of the “Fast and Furious” scandal. He is now under threat of a House contempt citation and told the Senate Judiciary Committee within the last 24 hours that he wants to find a compromise in the dispute over withheld documents in response to a congressional subpoena, which also takes time and attention.
There is no shortage of stories dominating the news this week, but what will be leading the headlines on Sunday morning? These are some of the stories we are looking at this week.
The ad wars move to stage two. Following two $25 million ad buys last month from President Obama’s campaign and the top SuperPAC backing Mitt Romney, a spate of new ad buys signals the next round of spending is underway.