Obama campaign senior adviser David Axelrod and Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus will speak with George Stephanopoulos on the latest in the 2012 presidential contest Sunday on "This Week."
A newly-discovered secret recording of Mitt Romney put his campaign on the defensive, as he faced scrutiny over comments critical of "47 percent" of the country. Can Romney get his campaign back on message with less than 50 days to Election Day? Can he turn the focus to President Obama's first-term record before the critical presidential debates in October?
Obama campaign senior adviser Axelrod and Republican National Committee Chairman Priebus will discuss the latest in the presidential race, Sunday on "This Week."
Plus, the powerhouse roundtable will debate all the week's politics, with Republican strategist and ABC News political analyst and contributor Nicolle Wallace; former Obama domestic policy adviser Melody Barnes; conservative commentator Ann Coulter, author of the new book "Mugged"; Univision anchor Jorge Ramos; and University of California, Berkeley professor and former Clinton Labor Secretary Robert Reich.
After trying to re-set his campaign this week, can Romney put the spotlight on Obama's words about change needing to come from outside Washington? Is President Obama pulling away in key battleground states, or is the race still too close to call? And as both candidates appeared this week before a Univision forum, how will the critical Latino vote influence the election?
And "This Week" will take its weekly trip through history in "What Year Was It?" See the whole political picture, Sunday on "This Week."