Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D) Minority leader, says House Democrats are in good shape for the 2012 elections and adds that President Obama should make his reelection campaign, one against a "do-nothing congress."
Tune in this Sunday at 9 A.M. 12 P.M. ET, to see the full Interview with Rep. Nancy Pelosi, and the latest on the 2012 elections from New Hampshire.
This Sunday on “State of the Union” – Candy is on the road again, live from Manchester New Hampshire to preview Tuesday’s New Hampshire primary. The polls show Mitt Romney with a sizeable lead, but it’s Jon Huntsman who has pounding the pavement and shaking hands in the Granite state, logging more days and events than any other GOP candidate. Will his bet on New Hampshire pay off, and how well does he need to finish to continue his campaign? We’ll ask him.
Also, Newt goes negative, hitting Mitt Romney hard on what Gingrich calls his “moderate” stances. We’ll parse the attacks and Saturday night’s debate with Romney surrogate and former New Hampshire Governor John Sununu, and Gingrich adviser former congressman Bob Walker.
Then, House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi sits down with Candy for an exclusive interview. She talks about President Obama’s anti-Congress message as well as the GOP presidential candidates.
A look back at our "Getting to Know" series, a place to learn more about the personal side of the news-makers who come on our program every Sunday.
We learn about the former House Speaker's inventive mother, who wanted her to become a nun.
President Obama laid out his plans for a troop draw-down in Afghanistan this week. We’ll talk to a dissenting voice in Congress, Rep. Mike Rogers, the chairman of the House Intelligence Committee.
Then, with budget talks in Washington officially stalled, how will Congress address the deficit, and an impending deadline for raising the debt ceiling? We’ll speak first with House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi; then to conservative Sen. Jim DeMint.
Finally, we’ll talk presidential politics with Bill Burton, former deputy press secretary for President Obama, and Michael Gerson, former speechwriter for President George W. Bush.