The Obama administration and its European allies are praising an interim nuclear deal reached with Iran, but tougher sanctions being proposed in Congress could complicate matters. We talk with House Homeland Security Committee Chairman Rep. Michael McCaul and House Intelligence Committee member Rep. Adam Schiff about whether the deal represents progress or a threat to the United States and the Middle East region.
The economy added 203,000 jobs in November, pushing the unemployment rate down to 7%, its lowest level in five years. We’ll get the story behind the numbers with economist Mark Zandi, Annie Lowrey of the New York Times and the American Enterprise Institute’s Kevin Hassett.
President Obama goes on offense over the health care law, Bill Clinton defends some public advice he gave to the President and the Republicans try a reset with women. Our panel DNC Communications Director Mo Elleithee, Former Ohio Secretary of State Ken Blackwell and USA Today’s Susan Page weighs in.
Watch Sunday at 9 am ET and Noon ET.
Stephen Moore, Mark Zandi, & Susan Page weigh in on how Washington gridlock will affect the economy
An Exclusive interview with Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-KY) on his meeting with the President and whether Congress and the White House can come to an agreement to minimize the impact of the forced spending cuts.
White House Economic Director Gene Sperling joins us to discuss his dust-up with Bob Woodward, and on minimizing the political and economic fallout from Washington’s latest so-called “manufactured crisis.”
Speaking of lurching from crisis to crisis, much of what is happening in Washington right now has its roots in what some would call the perpetual campaign – members more interested in politicking than legislating. We’ll talk to the two guys responsible for electing Democrats and Republicans to Congress: Rep. Steve Israel (D-NY) and Rep. Greg Walden (R-OR)
Plus, Stephen Moore from the Wall Street Journal, USA Today Washington Bureau Chief Susan Page, and Mark Zandi from Moody's Analytics on how Washington gridlock will affect the economy.
Watch it Sunday at 9am & NOON ET.
Breaking down Friday's economic report and its potential impact on the election with Moody's Analytics Chief Economist Mark Zandi, Former Congressional Budget Office Director Douglas Holtz-Eakin, The New York Times' White House Correspondent Jackie Calmes and CNN's Chief White House Correspondent Jessica Yellin.
Previewing the Vice Presidential debate with two men who know the candidates well; RNC Chairman Reince Priebus, a close ally and confidant of Paul Ryan and Philadelphia Mayor Michael Nutter, Vice President Joe Biden's long time friend.
Then, the road to the White House goes through Ohio; we'll talk to Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine and former Democratic Governor Ted Strickland about the battle for their state.
Plus, we'll break down Friday's economic report and its potential impact on the election with Moody's Analytics Chief Economist Mark Zandi, Former Congressional Budget Office Director Douglas Holtz-Eakin, The New York Times' White House Correspondent Jackie Calmes and CNN's Chief White House Correspondent Jessica Yellin.
Watch Sunday at 9 a.m & NOON ET.
Former CBO director Douglas Holtz-Eakin, Mark Zandi, Chief Economist for Moody's Analytics, and CNN Senior Congressional Correspondent Dana Bash, on last month's so-so jobs report.
Sunday exclusive #1: Arguably, nobody stands more to gain more from Mitt Romney’s success than Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell He really wants that Senate Gavel, and he’s hoping a mobilized base will propel his party to the White House and a majority in the Senate.
Sunday exclusive #2: Obama Campaign Senior Adviser Robert Gibbs is here. With four more jobs reports to go before the general election and a continuing battle over healthcare – Gibbs will tell us how President Obama plans to play it. And the Independence Day holiday gives us a chance to talk about the battle for Independent Voters. A recent CNN/ORC poll found that GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney leads President Obama 51% to 43% in 15 battleground states.
Friday’s so-so jobs report brought lots of press releases from both sides of the aisle, but it did little to clear up the confusion on the economy’s recovery. We’ll talk to Former CBO director Douglas Holtz-Eakin and Mark Zandi, Chief Economist for Moody's Analytics about what the latest economic figures mean and how they will impact the 2012 race. President Obama reacting to the jobs numbers said; “We’ve got to grow the economy even faster. And we’ve got to put even more people back to work. The problem is we’ve got a stalemate in Washington. This election is about how we break that stalemate.”
Mitt Romney on the other hand said the President is to blame. “The president’s policies have clearly not been successful, in reigniting this economy, in putting people back to work, in opening up manufacturing plants across the country.”
And finally, we’ll talk to former New Jersey Senator Bill Bradley about what he thinks needs to be done to “fix” Washington’s problems, putting people back to work, and his thoughts on the role of government.
Tune in Sunday at 9 a.m. & NOON ET.
Mark Zandi, Peter Baker and Ron Brownstein discuss the economy, the 2012 GOP race and weigh in on Romney's mormonism.
Mark Zandi, Peter Baker and Ron Brownstein discuss the politics of a struggling economy during a political season.
Mark Zandi, chief economist for Moody's Analytics, says he thinks the deal being discussed 'should avoid' a downgrade.