GOP Presidential Candidate Ron Paul speaks out about his electability as he fights to win the Iowa caucuses.
GOP Presidential Candidate Ron Paul weighs in on the future of his campaign, foreign policy, and a possible third party run.
Just two days before voters finally weigh-in, Candy is live from Des Moines to preview the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses.
First, Candy is joined by Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas). Will he rock the political world with a win? And what does he have to say to his fellow Republicans who claim he’s helping re-elect President Obama?
Then, Rep. Steve King, (R-Iowa), a stalwart conservative Republican, still hasn't selected a candidate. Will he make his choice known before Tuesday, or do none of the choices measure to his standard?
Plus, Candy talks to Iowa Governor Terry Branstad (R) about preserving Iowa’s first in the nation status.
Finally , what makes 2012 different from other years? We’ll ask Dan Balz of the Washington Post and Neil King of the Wall Street Journal.
Presidential Candidate Ron Paul weighs in on his bid to win over the 2012 GOP nomination.
Interviews with two presidential candidates hoping to disrupt Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney’s top tier status. First, we talk to Rep. Ron Paul (R-Texas). Can he pull off an upset in Iowa? We’ll ask him about his campaign strategy, including his ad attacking GOP rival Newt Gingrich.
Then, a conversation with Rep. Michele Bachmann, who calls herself the “only real conservative” candidate in the race. Do primary voters agree?
We turn to Congress and foreign policy with the ranking member of the Armed Services Committee, Sen. John McCain (R-Arizona). We’ll ask the former Republican presidential candidate about fragile relations with Pakistan and the battle over extending the payroll tax and unemployment benefits.
We end the show with an analysis of some promising economic indicators. Sign of economic recovery, or is it too quick to judge? We ask our expert panel of Alice Rivlin, Douglas Holtz-Eakin, and Ron Brownstein.
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Presidential Candidate Ron Paul says he has "no plans" for a third party run in the 2012 GOP race, yet.
As always, we’re keeping an eye (sometimes both) on the presidential field and there’s a lot to look at this week.
Rick Perry caused a stir earlier this week, calling into question President Obama’s citizenship. Perry first said it’s “fun to poke fun at” Obama, but then backed away from the long-refuted accusation.
Mitt Romney didn’t exactly win over Ohio conservatives on Tuesday when he refused to express his support for a ballot initiative that curbs collective bargaining rights for Buckeye State employees. But once Perry pounced on the non-committal stance, Romney affirmed his support for the ballot initiative and apologized for any confusion.
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