Sen. McCain (R-AZ) said the Obama administration's reaction to the Libya attacks show "certain political overtones."
"It was either willful ignorance or abysmal intelligence to think that people come to spontaneous demonstrations with heavy weapons, mortars, and the attack goes on for hours."
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.
CNN confirms Addel Basset al-Megrahi, the only person convicted in connection with the Lockerbie bombing, has died. CNN's Nic Robertson, Senators Barbara Boxer and Kay Bayley Hutchison weigh in.
Sen. Boxer on whether justice has been done in the Lockerbie case: "I don't believe so. ... I have listened to the families. They feel some type of closure, but they also believe that there are more leads that have to be followed. And one thing we know about our country, we'll come after you. So we need to keep on searching. We really do."
Sen. John McCain on tour of Afghanistan discusses the risks of drawdown there and weighs in on Libya and debt ceiling.
NATO Secretary-General Anders Fogh Rasmussen talks endgame in Libya.
Sen. Lindsey Graham says the "only way I know to make this thing successful is to put pressure on Tripoli."
Sen. John McCain talks about his recent trip to Libya to meet the rebels in Benghazi and Gadhafi's future.
Fmr. British Prime Minister and Special Envoy of the Quartet on the Middle East Tony Blair discusses unrest in Libya.
Fmr. National Security Adviser James Jones says that the NATO coalition can't leave Libya until Gadhafi is ousted.
CNN's Candy Crowley asks Senate Armed Services Committee Chair Carl Levin if the fly-over mission in Libya will work.