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November 11th, 2012
02:57 PM ET

State of the Union Crib Sheet for Sunday November 11

Today, Senator Robert Menendez (D-NJ) and Congressman Peter King (R-NY) offered sharply different takes on the resignation of David Petraeus. King said he has “questions about the whole matter” and called for a review of the timeline of events. “This was a matter involving a potential compromise of security, and the president should have been told about it at the earliest state,” said King. Menendez dismissed the idea of a conspiracy; adding, “from all the published accounts it seems that the chain of events is pretty clear.”

Dana Bash moderated a panel of prominent republicans who discussed rebranding the GOP. Former Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez said the GOP needs to make new inroads with Hispanics. “The insight that I got was that Latinos were scared. You know, it wasn't the economy and - they were scared of the Republican Party, and I think fear is what did us in.”

And California Governor Jerry Brown made a case for why states should be left alone to decide marijuana laws.

Filed under: 2012 • Post-show rundown
November 11th, 2012
02:12 PM ET

Fiscal Cliff looms over WH & Congress

Sen. Bob Menendez & Rep. Peter King discuss what needs to be done to prevent a fiscal crisis.

Filed under: Peter King • Robert Menendez
November 11th, 2012
02:07 PM ET

Spyfall, CIA chief resigns over affair

Sen. Bob Menendez (D) New Jersey and Rep. Peter King (R) New York, on General Petraeus's resignation from the CIA.

Filed under: Peter King • Robert Menendez
November 11th, 2012
02:03 PM ET

Two weeks of misery and frustration after Sandy

Rep. Peter King (R-NY) & Sen. Bob Menendez (D-NJ), discuss the relief efforts to help those affected by Superstorm Sandy.

Filed under: Peter King • Robert Menendez
November 11th, 2012
02:00 PM ET

The future of the Republican party

Jon Huntsman, Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Carlos Gutierrez & Gary Bauer on the future of the Republican party.

November 11th, 2012
01:58 PM ET

Iowa, here they come

The 2012 race is over, it's time to sit back and ask ourselves...who's gonna run for president in 2016?

Filed under: Finally... • State of the Union