Candy Crowley takes to the floor of the newly renovated Howard Theatre in DC with Bill Cosby and two community leaders.
Legendary actor/comedian Bill Cosby talks about his support for President Obama in 2008 and now in 2012.
"I'm disappointed at people who don't look at the woes and the trouble given to this man. People blatantly speaking out against his color, wasting time, starting up new stories about whether or not he was born here, saying things that they can't prove. ... People want to make [his job] as difficult as the one that Sisyphus had. And then when you see that he made promises and said things and the people who were supposed to be working with him didn't. The people who were supposed to be working, even for another party, didn't care about the American people. They wanted to get him. When people make statements like "I hope he fails," you can't color that any other way except the way it's said."
Legendary actor/comedian Bill Cosby talks to Candy about gun violence, and the Trayvon Martin case.
"I'm a person who believes that that gun, the gun, all around this United States, when a person has a gun, sometimes their mind clicks that this thing is - it will win arguments and straighten people out. And then in the wrong hands, in the wrong mind, it's death."
When asked if he saw it more as a gun issue than a race issue, Cosby said. "How are you going to solve a race issue when it becomes he-said-she-said or he said-he said? And the other question is what is solved by saying he is a racist, that's why he shot the boy? What solves that? ... It doesn't make any difference if he's a racist or not racist. If he is scared to death and not a racist, it's still a confrontational provoking of something."
Legendary actor/comedian Bill Cosby sits down with Candy to talk about his personal side, Betty White, and Ben's Chili Bowl.
When asked about the Trayvon Martin case Bill Cosby shared his feelings about gun violence.
An interview with legendary actor/comedian/writer/producer/activist Bill Cosby. He talks about politics, the Trayvon Martin shooting, and the reopening of the historic Howard Theater in Washington D.C.
And as the Presidential Campaign transitions to the General Election, some Republicans still have reservations about Mitt Romney’s ability to beat President Obama. We'll ask RNC Chairman Reince Priebus how he plans to unify the party.
We’ll also discuss the battle for women voters in 2012 and ask if the campaign rhetoric is over the top. Our guests are Rep. Carolyn Maloney (D-NY) and Rep. Cathy McMorris Rodgers (R-WA).
And we’ll round out campaign politics with Dan Balz of The Washington Post and Matt Bai of The New York Times.
Watch a preview of Candy’s interview with Bill Cosby and his thoughts on the Trayvon Martin case here and here.
It promises to be a great show. Tune in Sunday at 9AM & NOON ET.
And Candy offers a peek behind the scenes at the CNN Washington bureau and gives a preview of Sunday's show. Watch Candy's pregame rundown here.
Candy Crowley sits down with the legendary actor/comedian/writer/producer/activist Bill Cosby. Tune in this Sunday at 9 a.m and NOON ET for the full interview.