Jim Messina Videos
'This Week' Roundtable: Gun Control
The 'This Week' roundtable debates the prospects for gun legislation.
'This Week' Web Extra: Jim Messina
Hello I'm Michael NBC news deputy political director and I'm joined today by former Obama 2012 campaign manager. Jim Messina and Jim thanks so much for joining us this morning. And because we believe all politics and social at this week we're going to ask Some of the questions you submitted on
Roundtable I: Karl Rove and Jim Messina
Former campaign chiefs Jim Messina and Karl Rove join the "This Week" roundtable.
Senate all-nighter leads to first budget approval in four years, but won't solve fiscal crisis.
World News (3.23.13)
This is world news tonight that that's more than a hundred miles of interstate shut down this evening. Up maps of winter storm on the move. More than half the nation in the bull's tonight snow floods tornado warnings as we come on the yes. Without warning that meteor flashing aborted the letting
Obama Activists Retool for Second Term
Right here front of the White House right now constructing the viewing platform for the inaugural parade. And I am joined by Jim Messina person ran the president's reelection campaign. And you are now about wrong in this effort to transform campaign so what do you what do you do with this you're
President Obama Looks to the Future
ABC News' Jake Tapper on what the president has in store for the next four years.
Final Presidential Debate 2012 Analysis: Who Won?
George Will, Donna Brazile, Nicolle Wallace and Matthew Dowd on candidates' performances at debate.
Ron Johnson: Paul Ryan 'a Gentleman,' Joe Biden 'Rude'
Wisconsin Senator Ron Johnson gives his reaction following the VP debate in Kentucky.
Boehner Responds to Obama on Jobs, Economy
Most residents instruments small business. Mr. President take it from me the private sector is not do well. in the American people are still asking the question where the jobs. Stopping in looming tax I don't rule out job creators. Because have more certainty about what the tax rates are going to