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Jul 21, 2013 9:00am PDT
familiar face, candy crowley brings you you the state of the union. >>> trayvon martin, george zimmerman, and barack obama. today black, brown and white in america. the conversation on the streets and in the briefing room. >> we're becoming a more perfect union. not a perfect union, but a more perfect union. >> perfecting the union with our power panel including one time member of the black panthers in the turbulent '60s. and new beginning grish. plus inside the minds of the first african american president with president obama's long time mentor professor charles oig he will tree. and race relations five years after john mccain conceded victory to barack obama. >> we both recognize that though we have come a long way from the old injustices that once stained our nation's reputation, the memory of them still had the power to wound. >> our exclusive with senator mccain with his take on race in the obama era. i'm candy crowley. this is state of the union. issues of race and guns have dominated the public conversation in more than 100 cities thousands took part in justice for trayvon rallie
Jul 14, 2013 9:00am PDT
>>> george zimmerman is a free man today. the former neighborhood watch volunteer found the not guilty in the shooting death in the unarmed african-american teenager. the verdict comes in the wake of more than 16 hours of jury deliberation and impassioned debate about the state of race in this country. the rally some feared might turn violent in the after math of the decision have largely remained peaceful across the country. both sides of the case had called for calm. more demonstrations are expected today. the parents of trayvon martin were not in the courtroom when the verdict was announced. his father tweeted, even though i'm brokenhearted, my faith is unshattered. the family attorney benjamin crunch had this to say last night. >> the whole world was looking at this case for a reason, and what people wanted to see as we all said how far we have come in america in matters of equal justice. and certainly as we have said, we'll be intellectually disho s dishonest if we didn't acknowledge the racial undertones. so we have to have very responsible conversations about how we get b
Jul 22, 2012 9:00am PDT
republican george allen. i'm candy crowley and this is "state of the union." >>> joining me is colorado governor john hickenlooper. governor, thank you so much for being here. catch me up now on the state of the investigation. >> well, the investigation continues. we had access to the apartment of the suspect. they got a lot more information, they're going to continue to put it together in the case. >> and what have they found in the apartment that might be useful or are they learning anything more about this suspect? >> you know, they asked for me not to talk about this. i think they are learning more, you know, moment by moment. but like in any investigation, like this, they're trying to make sure they are getting all the information first before they release it publicly. >> sure. is there anything that you can tell me about that goes to motive. i think when you're not right there and in it, and trying to help people as they move through you this horrific crisis, when you stand outside, you think, why would someone do this? does anything go to motive that you can share with us? >> you
May 16, 2010 9:00am EDT
voted for pay as you go, which arlen specter, rick santorum and george bush, tripled the debt. every one of those bills was paid for without added to the debt. notice, against pat tumi, arlen spe specter looses by 15 points i many tied with pat tumi. people know from the military and my three years in congress, i do believe in the right investment. in an account believe way. republicans, i believe before george bush used to have a sense of accountability. arlen specter with george bush throughout that fiscal conservatism that i believe in. >> there is an editorial entitled "the democrats' civil war." if you lose this primary, will you support senator specter and urge your supporters to do so? >> what i know is this, in a war, you always know you are going to succeed. i am looking forward to senator specter's support. >> if you look forward to his, can he look forward to yours? >> never deal with something that's not going to happen. we are going to win, because the working families are the ones that win when we do win. >> congressman, one last question. i don't want to goo do a go-ar
Jan 27, 2010 9:00pm EST
. now reporting from washington, diane sawyer and george stephanopoulos. >> and good evening on this crp, clear night in washington, d.c., here with george stephanopoulos, just a few hundred feet from the capitol dome, and we have been watching the house chamber fill. now more than 1,000 people there, cabinet secretaries like janet napolitano, you see her right there, behind her, i believe that's rahm emanuel, the chief of staff. senators are there, members of congress, their guests. and i said to you earlier, george, how many times have we said president obama has to give the speech of his life. we said it at the democratic convention, he had to unify the party, after reverend wright, he had to speak about race. is this another one? >> no one hates those expectations more than the president, but it's true. this is the first time he's come into this chamber after taking a big hit, the loss in massachusetts last week, and he's going to be speaking, diane, we all know it, to a country that is pretty angry, that is anxious and in pain. his approval ratings are much lower than when he wa
Nov 14, 2010 8:00pm EST
atlanta. up next, former president george w. bush on a special edition of cnn's stat state of the union." see you at 10:00 p.m. eastern. >>> good evening from florida, a state that's played an outsized role in the political legacy of the bush family. a state that through the 2000 presidential election bid of george bush into overtime and eventually into the supreme court. the state that twice elected jeb bush whose eight years as governor included that 2000 florida recount. for the past two years, the brothers kept a low profile until now. the roll-out of the former president's book "decision points" this afternoon e two brothers sat down to talk with me here in coral gables. president bush and i last spoke in december of '08, one of his final interviews as president. it was a subdued time, republicans had been routed by the landslide victory of barack obama. >> we care about him. we want him to be successful and we want the transition to work. >> president bush left behind an economy in recession, a situation so dire that one of his last acts was to pump out $25 billion to save the aut
Jul 22, 2012 12:00pm EDT
republican george allen. allen has also been a senator before, and was considered a rising star in the republican party. presidential material even. but running for re-election to the senate in 2006, allen made a comment many believe to be racist. it cost him the election. he's running for his old seat again because the democrat who beat him is retiring. kaine was one of the first governors to endorse barack obama for president. his name was chatted up a lot in the vice presidential stakes in 2008. instead, the president named him the chairman of the democratic national committee. a new quinnipiac university poll shows the race a virtual tie with allen at 46% and kaine at 44%. i moderated a debate between the two candidates this weekend. highlights next. one is for a clean, wedomestic energy future that puts us in control. our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar. though all energy development comes with some risk, we're committed to safely and responsibly producing natural gas.
Sep 5, 2010 12:00pm EDT
created more jobs in this recession than george bush did in eight years as president with a surplus. >> 62,000 jobs last month is not enough. >> of course it's not enough. >> you think the stimulus package was a good idea and saved us from going off the cliff? >> i do. it was too small at the time and everybody knew it was too small, but it was all they could get passed because of republican opposition. >> what makes you think you can get anything passed against republican opposition, at this point especially since the country has got more and more concerned about the deficit. but secondly to my first question is what has he done wrong, do you think? >> the first thing done wrong in the stimulus package when we did infrastructure it only addressed short-term infrastructure project so we couldn't get a project that would take three or four years to complete and create a lot of jobs. they were all smaller jobs. it should have been geared toward longer stuff. more money structured toward infrastructure and helping state and local governments because what we see right now is extraordina
Jan 24, 2012 9:00pm EST
nation's capital, diane sawyer and george stephanopoulos. >> good evening to all of you. diane sawyer, here with george stephanopoulos. on this always majestic night for a democracy. it is ordained by the constitution that we come together, republicans and democrats, to think about where we have been, where we are headed and hear the president speak. and tonight, george, he is doing it. 9 months, 13 days, before the next election. >> the president called this speech his blueprint for fixing this economy. but also his road map for this campaign. and the single, most important thing that the president will do tonight, is make americans more optimistic about where we are. to convince us, that even though times are tough, the country is moving in the right direction. and right now, two out of three americans don't believe that. that's why the president calls himself an underdog in this campaign. >> let's head into the chamber right now. they are waiting. look. that is congresswoman gabrielle giffords. when she walked into this hall tonight, it was a stunning moment. she clearly moved. her
Oct 28, 2012 9:00am EDT
for a hit from hurricane sandy. the hurricane is already battering the carolina coast. cnn's george howell is in kill devil hills, income mc. george, tell me what's happening down there. >> hi, candy, good morning. what are you seeing happening here on the outer banks, a good indication of what is to come as this storm moves into the metro area. philadelphia, new york, washington d.c. where you are. we're getting the strong winds and we're getting the sideways rain, and if you look at what's happening back here, you got a good indication of how strong the winds are. you see what it's doing here to the atlantic. very rough, rough waters out there. we're expecting, candy, a storm surge anywhere from four to six feet on this side of the outer banks, and then on the south side anywhere from three to five feet of flooding. definitely an evolving situation here. this storm system continues to move northward, and will eventually hook left and head into the major metropolitan areas, candy. >> that's our george howell in kill devil hills, north carolina. thanks, george. >>> up next, which ca
Sep 5, 2010 9:00am EDT
economy back. he has created more jobs in this recession than george bush did in eight years. >> you think the stimulus package was a good idea and saved us from going off the cliff? >> i do. it was too small at the time and everybody knew it was too small, but it was all they could get passed because of republican opposition. >> what makes you think you can get anything passed against republican opposition, aspecially since the country is concerned more and more about the deficit, but what has he done wrong, do you think? >> when we did infrastructure, it only addressed short-term infrastructure processes. they were all smaller jobs. it should have been geared towards longer stuff, and more of the money should have been geared towards helping local and state governments. what we see the extraordinary spending of the federal government is being negated by the local spending. >> yeah, and the state department has to be balanced. >> we could have lost 9,000 teachers, firefighters and police. that's not good for the country or our children or future. >> what has the president from your point
Jan 25, 2011 9:00pm EST
response. now reporting, diane sawyer and george stephanopoulos. >> and good evening to all of you from washington, d.c. on this exciting night, a big night setting the stage for big decisions ahead for this nation. about jobs, your taxes, all of our future together and, of course, what do we do about the nation's overwhelming budget deficit? it is a crossroads kind of night, george. >> that is right, diane. and the big point of the obama presidency. what a two years it's been. real fights about how to fix things. and now the president is going to face a republican majority in the house. and a country that's starting to feel better about the economy, but more worried than ever that over the long-term, we're falling behind. and that's why his theme tonight is going to be winning the future. >> but we're going to be examining the question of unity. before we go to the room, i want to show everybody something you'll see in this room tonight. this is the black and white ribbon for congresswoman gabrielle giffords. of course, her shooting in tucson caused everyone to stop, pause and think an
Jun 17, 2012 6:00am PDT
economic argument. he tied mitt romney tightly to george w. bush and outlined his goals. >> that is my vision for america. education, energy, innovation, infrastructure. >> flashback, almost four years ago to the day, candidate barack obama. >> it is time for a competitiveness agenda built around education and energy and innovation and infrastructure. >> joining me now is white house senior adviser david plouffe. david, thank you for being here. let me start with the first big question which is, is the fact that the president is saying virtually the same thing that he said four years ago when he was campaigning a recognition that he is has not been able to achieve his goals? >> no, the president laid out this week a very important speech in ohio about the choices facing the country about the right things to do to grow the economy and strengthen the middle-class and we have a lot more work the do. we have to rebuild -- >> is that the -- is that the economic message? we have a lot more work to do? >> well, no, candy. the point is what direction is the country going the take? i think that
Jul 22, 2012 9:00am EDT
heavyweights against each other. the former governor tim kaine against george allen. allen has been a senator before and considered a rise in the republican party and presidential even, but running for re-election for the senate in 2006, allen made a comment many believed to be racist and cost him the election. he is running for his old seat again, because the democrat who beat him is retiring. kaine was one of the first governors to endorse president obama, and his name was chatted up and the president named him the chairman of the national democratic committee. a quinnipiac poll shows a virtual dead heat. i talked to the candidates this weekend and the highlights are next. ♪ ( whirring and crackling sounds ) man: assembly lines that fix themselves. the most innovative companies are doing things they never could before, by building on the cisco intelligent network. one is for a clean, wedomestic energy future that puts us in control. our abundant natural gas is already saving us money, producing cleaner electricity, putting us to work here in america and supporting wind and solar.
Nov 28, 2010 12:00pm EST
george bush and his brother, jeb bush, on family and the holidays. >> we're a very close-knit group of people -- >> do you talk politics in those family gatherings? >> not much. by the time christmas came around, i was looking for a break from politics. >>> i'm candy crowley and this is "state of the union." joining me now here in washington, republican senator john mccain of arizona. on your maiden voyage here on the show with me, so thanks for joining us. >> thank you, candy. >> before we get to domestic policy, i want to talk to you about north korea. try to give our audience some perspective on how dangerous this is. and i ask, because it seems to me, we go through this periodically. all of a sudden, north korea, you know, tests a missile, fires into south korean, at least, water territory. is this anymore dangerous than anything in the past? and what does that mean to the average american? >> well, i think it's probably more dangerous in that the north koreans have enhanced capability, both missile and nuclear capability, but it's also a lesson that continued appeasement of north
Jan 23, 2011 12:00pm EST
republican colin powell who endorsed and worked for president george w. bush in 2000 and voted for barack obama in 2008. >> i think he is a transformational figure. he is a new generation coming into the -- on to the world stage, on to the american stage, and for that reason i'll be voting for senator barack obama. >> halfway through his term, is president obama achieving the change promised by candidate obama? joining me here now in washington, former secretary of state, retired general colin powell. thank you so much for joining us. >> hi, candy. good to be with you. >> let me just ask you right off the top. has he been the transformative figure you envisioned? >> yes. i think he's got a way to go. i mean, he hasn't achieved all of his purposes, but he's stabilized the economy. the economy is now starting to rebound, more slowly than we would like to see, but it is rebounding. whether you approve of health care or not, he took on that issue which i think is a major challenge for the american people. what do we do about 40 million americans who have no health insurance, and so i h
Mar 7, 2010 8:00pm EST
. presidents have been elected by 15% of the pop vote, including bill clinton twice and george bush in 2000. it has been the same with the oscars since 1945. last year in the best picture category academy members voted for one of five films, and the final tally is a secret. if it were close sl"slumdog millionaire" s could have won with a percentage of the vote. tonight winner will have more than 50%. in theory, the top film might have only 15% of the votes, but voters this year are ranking their films in order of preference, 1-10, although they are not required to rank all ten. if one film does not receive over 50%, the movie with the fewest first choice votes is eliminated, and then that choices for that movie are counted. if there is still no majority, the next movie with the least votes is eliminated. lower preferences counted and redisprau butted, again and again. until one film receives over 50%. is this complicated? it is, but there will be no need for the supreme court, and no pesky electoral vote. >>> in 1945, the last time preference voting was used the winning film was "the l
Jun 26, 2011 6:00am PDT
lived up to an agreement. the russians tried it when they were there. george bush tried it in '05. it never worked. to think it's going to work now to justify a pullout, i am very concerned about the gains we made in afghanistan. >> let me move you to a different topic in the final couple of minutes. you are one of eight republicans to vote to authorize the u.s. action, which is already taking place in libya as part of the nato contingent. do you sense there is an isolationists trend inside the republican party? >> i think confusion led to the events of this week. i argue this should be one of the most embarrassing moments for the administration going into the week, the fact that they had democrats and republicans all over the map on something that the president has shown leadership, and presented his case, and i believe there are national security interests in libya in a very limited, defined role, there are things to be concerned about. what i think happened, candy, is that lack of leadership and lack of explanation, and his believing he doesn't have to come to congress led to eight
May 24, 2015 9:00am PDT
term and michael lighter, former director of the counterterrorism center under both george w. bush and president obama. and michelle i want to go to you first because you were in the running for defense secretary this last time around when ash carter was tapped for that position and i'm just curious what you make of when you hear the defense secretary saying the iraqi security forces may not have the will to fight. >> i think when we talk about taking on isis and pushing them back in sunni-dominated areas, whether it's mosul or anbar province the people with the political will to fight are the sunnis and sunni tribes. and we have got to ensure that our efforts are directed at helping them. arming and training them. providing operational support on the battlefield. enablers air cover and so forth. and pressing the iraqi government to devolve more governance and resources to the provinces. secretary carter just said, you know, if there's a time when we need to do more we will do it. now is that time in my view. >> and michael, do you think the administration has been too slow to confront
Feb 22, 2015 6:00am PST
an adviser to jeb bush. george pataki who was governor of new york on 9/11. he's thinking about a presidential run. congressman darrell issa a leading member of the house republican conservative caucus. thanks so much to all of you for being here with me. i'm going to go first to governor pataki because you were rudy giuliani's post 9/11 partner there in the state of new york when you were governor he was mayor. what did you think when you heard him utter those words, that the president doesn't love america? >> well gloria let me first say i was honored to work with rudy. we worked as closely as two leaders could at that time and i'm proud of how well we came together and the american people came together after september 11th to get us through that horrible time. but, gloria just think. you just had the homeland security secretary saying americans have to use extreme caution if we go to the mall of america in minneapolis minnesota. we're talking about this? we should be taking about a proactive strategy to go after islamic terrorists overseas what we have to do to grow our economy
May 10, 2015 9:00am PDT
when he mentioned that george w. bush is one of his middle east advisers. that raised some eyebrows. damaging? >> no of course not. why would that raise eyebrows? i think it would raise eyebrows -- >> well -- >> hold on. it would raise eyebrows if he wasn't taking counsel from somebody who was a republican who was previously in office. that would be i think a more problematic answer if he were to deny that. >> but basically on the middle east george w. himself has acknowledged -- >> i will acknowledge that. one of the big challenges jeb bush said previously-e said i'm my own man. i wants to make the case this is about his vision his agenda for the country and it becomes problematic that's where it would become a challenge for him is when you're trying to talk about what your plans are for the future, when you're going to be forced by democrats and other critics to litigate the past it becomes a challenge. >> i have to say people in the room were surprised to hear these words come out of jeb bush's mouth because he has been so careful in public to try to distance himself from his bro
Oct 21, 2012 9:00am PDT
. but first i want to get just your remembrances of senator george mcgovern who died today at the age of 90. in some ways he played a pivotal role in the democratic candidate in '72 in the midst of a war. >> he was a great statesman. i knew him quite well and i'm very saddened. i think he will be remembered obviously for his stance in the war in vietnam, for his bomber missions, but also for his christians on agriculture, on hunger. and then the democratic party, he transformed the party, the primary system, getting minorities involved. he was a giant figure and a classy, good, good guy. >> you probably had nothing in common with senator mcgovern politically. >> george was a complicated person. he served as a bomber pilot in world war ii. he was not a pass vis. i remember being with him at the u.s. embassy in rome for dinner one night and talking about he and goldwater. he said one thing about losing so badly is you don't have regrets. he ran a small business, bed and breakfast and wrote a great a that he heaped up on small business through the regulations he sponsored. a great guy. >> i
Apr 8, 2012 9:00am PDT
forward from republicans. george w. bush got 35% of the latino vote in 2000. followed by george w. bush, 44%. john mccain dropping down to 30%. and i want to show you what the most recent pew center poll shows between president obama and mitt romney. 68% of latino vote, barack obama. 23%, mitt romney. that's the biggest growing demographic you've got. that's a huge problem. what has caused this big drop? >> well, again, you have perceptions of the republican party on the immigration issue that are very much hurting the republican party here. it doesn't take a genius to figure out those numbers will not provide you pathway to a winning coalition. so it is incumbent upon the republican party to do a better job of embracing the hispanic/latino vote. they're very entrepreneurial oriented. they're very family oriented. they place a high emphasis on education. there's no reason why the republican party and it candidates do a better job of appealing to them. you also have to look at key senate races. new mexico, nevada, arizona. those three states will be very important for the president
Apr 8, 2012 6:00am PDT
more you bundle, the more you save. now, that's progressive. >>> george gallop conducted his first public opinion poll in the 1930s and almost eight decades later, business is booming about. >> mitt romney in this match-up, 48% you'll see to obama 47%. >> our new poll shows president with a double digit lead. >> nearly two-thirds of americans disapprove of how the president is handling gas prices. >> the capped cndidates want yo know they're not preoccupied in polls. >> i've never had much pait in the pollsters. >> but behind the scenes, campaigns poll constantly on the candidates and the issues. can you believe the numbers? >> they're scientific because they're random samples. >> part of a questionnaire is looking at a series of questions so that you can determine what you can reasonably rely upon. >> strategist linda divall and mark penn on what the poles say about the battle for the white house next. and economic growth. north america actually has one of the largest oil reserves in the world. a large part of that is oil sands. this resource has the ability to create hundreds of
Apr 22, 2012 6:00am PDT
with a florida question i want you to write large in terms of the romney campaign. in 2004 george bush won 56% of the hispanic vote here in florida. in 2008 president obama won 57%. so roughly even. right now given the positions that mitt romney has articulated that he stands for in terms of immigration and other issues, do you see him pulling these kind of numbers this year? >> i expect him to do better than how we did in 2008, but you have to work on it. i think what those numbers show -- >> right now today he couldn't pull those kind of numbers. >> the election is not today. i think we just got out of a primary cycle shall aand that's we're going to have a primary cycle. i think what those numbers explain is what i know instinctively to be true is that americans of hispanic descent are swing voters. the number one issue in the hispanic community is economic enpowerment. >> when you look at how hispanics feel about it, that's 40% gap between hispanics who say they favor president obama versus mitt romney. candidate romney has said he's for e-verify, making employers go through a syst
May 22, 2011 12:00pm EDT
going to have lunch with the george h.w. bushes in kennebunkport. does that help him or hurt him with folks in your circles? >> in our circles having lunch with george h.w. bush probably is a matter of little notice. had he been having lunch with george w. bush, who initiated t.a.r.p. and some of the things that really got the blood boiling among our activists, i think it would be severely noticed. john huntsman, we don't know him well, but we do know that he has a bit of a record of supporting things like t.a.r.p. and so forth. and that's going to always be problematic with our activists. >> is it hurting that he worked for president obama as ambassador to china? >> i would think most people would understand that, a the point he made when the president of the united states calls upon him to serve, he was just in washington, i thought a very good discussion on foreign policy. and the thing that struck me was absolutely zero politics, domestic politics in the discussion. so i think our folks are sophisticated enough to understand that you rise above politics when you're dealing on
May 22, 2011 6:00am PDT
with the george h.w. bushes in ken kennebunkport. does that help or hurt? >> in our circles having lunch with george h.w. bush is a matter of little notice. had he been having lunch with george w. bush who initiated t.a.r.p. and got some of the blood boiling among our activists i think it would be severely noticed. jon huntsman, we don't know him well but we do know that he has a bit of a record of supporting things like t.a.r.p. and so forth and that's going to always be problematic with our activists. >> does it hurt him that he worked for president obama as ambassador to china? >> no. i would think most people would understand that when the president called upon him to serve the united states, we just watched a very good discussion on foreign policy and the thing that struck me was absolutely zero domestic politics in the zugs. so i think our folks are sophisticated enough to understand that you rise above politics when you deal on behalf of your country internationally. >> let me turn to you newt gingrich. because he had such a flamingly awful week, having seemed to have dissed
Oct 21, 2012 9:00am EDT
remembrances of senator george mcgovern who died today at the age of 90, because in some ways he played a pivotal role as the democratic candidate in 1972 in the midst of a war. >> he was a great statesman. i knew him quite well, and i'm very saddened. i think he will be remembered, obviously, for his stance on the war in vietnam, for his bomber missions, but also for his contributions on agriculture, on hunger, and then the democratic party. he transformed the party. the primary system, getting minorities involved. he was a gigantic figure and a classy, good, good guy. >> he probably had nothing many common with senator mcgovern politically. >> george actually was a very complicated person. he was not a pacifist. he was a citizen. i remember being with him in rome for dinner one night talking about he and goldwater, and he said one of the nice things about losing badly enough was he don't have lots of regrets about what one thing might you have changed, and he had a very good sense of humor, and he was a very down to earth guy who later on in life ran a small business, a bed and breakfas
Apr 28, 2013 6:00am PDT
the living presidents at the george w. bush library opening, which is really a nice moment when you see all of them together. and the president talked about it in his speech. >> i went to the opening of the bush presidential library in dallas. it was a wonderful event. that inspired me to get started on my own legacy, which will actually begin by building another edifice right next to the bush library. can we show that please? >> so, again, just a little bit of humor and a lot of politics in this. these sorts of things we put together with something else joe biden said. he was out at the -- with john mccain at an appearance on his behalf. and he took a look back at the mccain/obama race. here's what he had to say. >> barack obama knows, i know, had the economy not collapsed around your ears literally as things were moving, you at least would have, i think, you probably would have won. but it would have been incredibly, incredibly, incredibly closer.herited a dif you inherited a difficult circumstance. >> so who agrees with the vice president? this was just kind of interesting becaus
Jun 5, 2011 9:00am EDT
, and george h.w. bush. team obama can find some solace on this page in history -- ronald reagan beat walter mondale in a landslide re-election bid in 1984, even though the jobless rate was 7.2%. unemployment had been on the downswing and voters apparently trusted reagan to keep it going. and he did. four years later, unemployment was 5.3%. the obama administration hopes to tell a similar story, but remember, the unemployment rate was 7.8% when the president took office. 9.1% today. jobs, the economy and 2012, former white house insiders anita dunn and ed gillespie are next. ♪ ♪ ♪ [ male announcer ] thanks to advanced natural gas turbine technology from ge, the power that will help make our nation more energy independent is right here in america. [ crickets chirping ] ♪ [ cheers and applause ] advanced gas turbine technology from ge. ♪ >>> joining me now, former white house communications director anita dunn and ed gillespie, the former rnc chairman and counselor to president george w. bush. welcome you, both. let me start with the economy. 9.1% is not much after platform fr
Jan 29, 2012 9:00am EST
commerce secretary in the george w. bush administration and is now a member of mitt romney's hispanic tiering committee. and here with me in washington los angeles democratic mayor antonio villaraigosa. thank you both so much for joining us. let me start with a little something from thursday's debate which i think spoke a lot to the importance of the latino community in florida and elsewhere. the question was, hey, name me a couple of latino, a couple of hispanics that you might put in a position of power should you become president. here was the answer. >> senator marco rubio is a pretty impressive fwi. >> senator marco rubio, a terrific hispanic-american. >> i actually thought about marco rubio in a slightly more dignified and imprisz ef role than being in the cabinet. but that's another question. >> this, to me, speaks volumes about the hispanic community and republican attempts to reach out. but it's not sufficient just to throw marco rubio's name around. not even in florida. what do republicans need to do to reach out? >> well, i -- i think as someone was saying before, you know,
Jan 24, 2012 6:00pm PST
." and, bob, george washington ended the very first state of the union speech by telling the house and the senate he would derive great satisfaction from corporating with them. >> schieffer: (laughs) >> pelley: are we likely to see any of that tone tonight? >> schieffer: i think we'll see everybody having a big time. this is my favorite night of the year in washington, scott. you get them all here in one place at one time, kind of enjoying themselves. there is a sort of camaraderie about all of this. there will be a lot of cheers tonight. but tomorrow it will be back to business and, unfortunately, there's such a wide gap, such a wide difference between this white house and this congress. my guess is they're not going to get much done this year. it is an election year. you usually don't get much done in an election year and probably more so this year. >> pelley: bob, let's have a look at a scene you and i saw just a few minutes ago in the house chamber. gabrielle giffords, the congresswoman who was the target of an assassination attempt last year grievously wounded but now back. i
Mar 25, 2012 9:00am PDT
cheney heart transplant story. thank you so much. >>> on to our show. george zimmerman, the neighborhood watch captain in sanford, florida, told authorities he acted in self-defense when he shot and killed unarmed teenager trayvon martin, bringing into focus a seven-year-old florida law that reads in part, a person has no duty to retreat and has the right to stand his or her ground and meet force with force, including deadly force, if he or she reasonably believes it is necessary to do so to prevent death or great bodily harm. since stand your ground was enacted in florida, the annual number of florida cases found to be justifiable homicide has nearly tripled from 12 a year to 33. this week, florida governor rick scott appointed a special prosecutor to oversee the case and a panel to review the stand your ground law. joining me now for an exclusive interview, governor rick scott from florida. rick scott, thank you for joining us. >> your heart goes out to the family. i had the opportunity to meet with the parents thursday night to let them know i appointed a new state attorn
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struggling at 1%. george pataki isn't even registering. we all look at polls. and people say oh they don't matter now. but they do matter in terms of fund-raising right? >> exactly. they do. and there's a clear top tier in iowa. so you've got scott walker who in two polls in a row has been out ahead and this poll even put him further out ahead, and then you've got another kind of middle tier that's still up at the top and then you've got that lower tier who just is not breaking through in iowa yet. so it's going to be harder for them. >> and it was so interesting talking to motorcycle riders yesterday. scott walker's from harley country. he showed up in his black leather. he's out there in his boots. but we were talking to a lot of the voters and asking whether he had a leg up with those voters and really people are still interest interested in all the different candidates. so i do think there's an opportunity for someone to break out and pass scott walker even though he's got that midwestern vibe. >> let's be honest we're at the speed dating phase of iowa caucuses when it comes to t
Dec 25, 2011 9:00am PST
had great promise, given the two governors, vicente fox and george w. bush, who came to power together, to do something maybe earlier about the terrible border trouble wes no know are in mexico with the drug cartels, to do something about immigration reform. it was 2007 when we finally got to immigration reform. jon kyl, john mccain, teddy kennedy, george bush wanted a bill. they couldn't get it through. i think immigration reform is still one of our really great problems, and now the states are doing a patchwork of immigration laws. so that's probably the one i'd do over most quickly if i could. >> has there ever been a night or is there a night now -- i know i don't have to tell you how many americans have been kimmed in the iraq invasion, in the afghanistan effort, hundreds of billions of dollars, so many young men and women coming back either physically or mentally challenged. do you ever think, i don't know, was it worth it? did we get enough for what we gave? >> clearly one never gets over the lives that were lost and the lives that were changed. and i talk about that so
Sep 30, 2012 6:00am PDT
humor, and i'm hoping they will both take a page like ronald reagan did or george bush did. >> dean, thank you very much. it's nice. >> thanks, gary. >>> thank you very much for watching us today. state of the union with candy crowley starts right now. >>> romney's chance to shake things up may come down to four and a half hours. >>> today this week's denver debate. the first of three 09-minute faceoffs. obama versus romney. >> how is it that you're the expert on my position when my position has been very clear? i'll tell you -- >> i'm the expert. i'm the expert, and i'm -- >> when he suggests that senator obama's plan is dangerous -- >> that's not the case. what he said was a precipitous withdrawal would be dangerous. he did not say -- >> he said -- >> sizing up the showdown with a man who has debated both 2012 candidates republican senator john mccain, and then the risk of being the frontrunner with obama's senior advisor david axelrod. plus, polls, ads, and early voting. with republican strategist alex castellanos, and cinderella and congressional correspondent dana bash. i'm can
Feb 20, 2011 12:00pm EST
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Jun 19, 2011 6:00am PDT
run blaming george bush for the economy? >> i don't think anybody cares about pointing fingers of blame. >> you were talking about these are problems in the making? >> that's a fact of what has happened a fact of what's happened in the life of our economy. i don't think this is about the past. it's about the future. it is only relevant to talk about the past in evaluating the approach that people would take moving forward. >> i know as part of your job we talked about this, is to watch debates. we had a big debate in new hampshire this week. size up the competition for me. >> i think it's early to size up the competition. there seemed to be a unanimity of antipahy towards the president. i didn't hear a lot of ideas. first mayor daley said we have to rise to higher and higher platitudes. i was watching that as i listened to the republican debates. ultimately people will ask for answers. and they're going to ask hard questions, if you're governor romney and you say i'm going to turn this economy around, i've got the answers. you don't offer them. then people have a right to say why
Sep 9, 2012 12:00pm EDT
worked under george bush and bill clinton and george w. bush and under obama, and the u.s. is still the best place in the world to do business and people on the board of seven start-up companies and we don't spend any time talking about this. it is never a conversation. >> so business isn't worried about -- >> well, that is a different country, because i talk to business people everyday and they are terrified with what this administration is going to do with a second term. you take, for example, oil exploration, and we have been focused on wind and solar and it is about this big, and the president has talked about green jobs. he has not given permits to oil companies to drill. we could be the saudi arabia -- >> but the production is the highest it has been. >> yes, the production is high on the private lands and that is what the president uses to brag about the energy policy, but on federal lands, no production in 90 days. >> why do we need to do more on federal lands? >> because we want to be independent. governor romney has set a goal to be energy independent in america in 2020, a
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