'This Week' Web Extra: Maggie Haberman

Politico's senior political reporter answers viewer questions.
2:54 | 05/26/13

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Transcript for 'This Week' Web Extra: Maggie Haberman
Hello I'm Martha Raddatz ABC news chief global affairs correspondent and I am joined today by Maggie Haberman of Politico. Welcome and thank you for joining us this morning and because we believe all politics is social at this week we're going to ask Maggie. Some of the questions -- submitted on FaceBook. The first question comes from might she. Can Anthony Weiner overcome his. Predicament and win the New York City mayoral race probably not I think he's gonna do his best to try but I think it is really hard to see him actually making it out of a -- -- I do think there will be a -- -- of the top two contenders. He is a real shot at making it there but I think that's about as far as it goes okay next question comes from Jean Griffith. Will Hillary Clinton run for president in 2016. You have the answer to that I don't know if I did I would be Irish lady I think she probably does more likely than not but I would not bet the farm on and I think she is still making up her mind -- -- -- that's an interesting answer. I think she's not sure I think that she is genuinely considering I think she'd like to be president I'm not sure she wants to go through that kind of the campaign again. And from bill Bourquin. Who is the top GOP presidential candidate for 2016. And to think Jeb Bush will -- On Jeb Bush I think probably not there's very little to indicate to me that he is looking very seriously -- beyond just sort of making the rounds. I still to give preference -- Marco Rubio for demography for a bunch of reasons despite the beating he's taking on immigration right now. Chris Christie is also still out there. -- Alan pike -- -- how do you regain the trust of politicians. After they've seen previous reporting from view that they consider to have been biased. Well I've never worked anywhere that hasn't accused reporters of bias IE I get it from both directions the left and the right which attend a -- means we're doing our job but I also think my job is not to be. Trusted by the politicians have been the -- -- trusted by readers. OK and right into the lightning round to -- we go. Favorite film about politics -- worth. Both weren't in fact that we -- must read news news site besides political -- the -- times it's pretty comprehensive must follow Twitter account. Besides it was -- Miami Ira Wright at a burns Politico. Pat at a burns Politico my colleague -- Larry browser again. It repeated and one piece of advice for young journalists trying to Torre too much about people liking you can't have it and I think you say that -- -- has segment. Thank you for taking time to -- is today. And thank you check every one who submitted their questions be sure to follow this week on Twitter. At this week ABC and like us on FaceBook at FaceBook dot com's crash this week obesity. Have a great morning.

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