On today’s “State of the Union,” with 44 days until Election Day, we got an assessment of the state of the race from two stalwarts of the Senate, Democrat Dick Durbin and Republican Lindsey Graham. House Intelligence Committee Chairman, Rep. Mike Rogers, joined Candy to discuss the Obama administration’s response to the attack that killed the US ambassador to Libya. Finally, a panel of pollsters and reporters; Whit Ayres, Anna Greenberg, Susan Page and Ron Brownstein discussed how the presidential candidates can appeal to that most desirable of demographics: the undecided voter.
Pollsters, Whit Ayres and Anna Greenberg, and journalists, Susan Page and Ron Brownstein, discuss what the Obama and Romney campaigns need to do to appeal to undecided voters.
Whit Ayres, Anna Greenberg, Susan Page and Ron Brownsein discuss what the Obama and Romney campaigns need to do to appeal to undecided voters.
Rep. Mike Rogers said the attacks on the U.S. embassy in Libya were "designed" to kill the face of the U.S. diplomatic mission in Libya.
Sens. Dick Durbin & Lindsey Graham discuss Mitt Romney's tax returns and the effect they'll have on the presidential race.
Mitt Romney says Obama hasn’t delivered on his promise to change Washington, and Romney tries to control his own message with a late-week tax record dump. Who has the upper hand on campaign strategy as we head into the final weeks of the election? We’ll ask Senators Dick Durbin (D-IL) and Lindsey Graham (R-SC).
Then, House Intelligence Chairman Mike Rogers (R) on the emerging questions around possible security lapses in the deadly assault on the U.S. Consulate in Libya.
And, as the candidates court the small sliver of voters who haven’t made up their minds in battleground states, we’ll take a closer at the electorate that may hold the keys to the White House. Candy talks to pollsters Whit Ayres and Anna Greenberg. Plus, Susan Page of USA Today and CNN Senior Political Analyst Ron Brownstein.
On today’s “State of the Union” Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu joined Candy from Jerusalem. He talked about Iran’s nuclear ambitions and the need for a “red line” to dissuade Tehran from developing a nuclear weapon.
US Ambassador to the UN Susan Rice gave her assessment of this week’s violence in the Middle East. She also affirmed the closeness of American and Israeli cooperation on Iran.
House Minority Leader, Rep. Nancy Pelosi sat down with Candy to talk about the presidential election, President Obama’s leadership style and the chances of bipartisan cooperation after November.
Finally, former New York mayor and Romney supporter Rudy Giuliani took the Obama administration to task over their handling of Iran and the Middle East.
Rep. Nancy Pelosi, House Democratic Leader, says she is "confident" in the quality of House Candidates as they fight to retake over the house.
Rep. Nancy Pelosi, House Democratic Leader,said Sunday that the attacks against the U.S. embassy in Libya were a "well planned terrorist plot."
This past week brought sad news of the deaths of five Americans who died unexpectedly and who inspired us all. a