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'This Week' Transcript: David Axelrod
(BEGIN VIDEO CLIP) AMANPOUR: This week, Barack Obama on the ropes, his jobs bill dead for now, his poll numbers plummeting. Our headliner today, the president's campaign strategist, David Axelrod, on the uphill road to re-election and the Republican candidates who stand in the way. And then,
Debt Ceiling 'Nonsense' and Tax Loopholes - Today's Q's for O's WH - 12/4/12
TAPPER: Just a second ago you referred to — when talking about — how the debt ceiling, taking it off the table needs to be part of this deal, you referred to the economy being held hostage by an ideological few. You’re aware that when...
Greenroom: Rick Perry's Slide
George Will, Margaret Brennan, Ruth Marcus, Laura Tyson, and Jonathan Karl.
Roundtable: Grading Cain's '9-9-9' Plan
This week occupy Wall Street went global from Rome to Paris to new York and across the United States. Thousands have been running against corporate greed and government dysfunction but also their fears about the unemployment situation. Their collective voice now tuned out to be dismissed and that
The Rise And Fall Of The Anti-Romney (The Note)
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) and AMY WALTER (@amyewalter) Have Republican voters found a savior in Herman Cain or just a false prophet? Asked after a campaign event in Ohio last night whether he would accept an offer to be a Fox News host if his...
Coming Up on 'This Week': Obama Campaign Adviser David Axelrod
Plus, Roundtable Discussions on the Economy, the 2012 GOP Field, and Tensions With Iran
The Note: Going It Alone On Health Care
By MICHAEL FALCONE AND AMY WALTER Selling Health Care, Again. President Obama spends the day marking the six-month anniversary of the signing of the new health care law with a meeting of state health commissioners followed by a trip to...
Bernanke's Speech to Jumpstart the Economy
The Fed chairman is ready to act, but what can he do and how fast will it work?
Bernanke Gives Few Specifics On How Fed Will Help Ailing Economy
Amid fears of a double dip recession, Fed Says Recovery To Pick Up Next Year