Rahm Emanuel | Weds, Sept 5
The mayor of Chicago and former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel says the Romney campaign has stumbled when it comes to “constructed” events. He specifically cites MItt Romney’s overseas trip during the summer and the Republican National Convention held last week in Tampa, Fla.
At a breakfast hosted by Washington Post Live and Bloomberg news, the mayor of Chicago and former Chief of Staff to President Obama, Rahm Emanuel, fielded questions about the upcoming election and GOP candidate Mitt Romney.
The mayor of Chicago and former White House Chief of Staff Rahm Emanuel says that the public’s disappointment with the administration is in the “context of Washington’s coarseness,” and that President Obama shares this frustration with the public.
Jeb Bush | Thurs, August 30
Former Fla. Gov. Jeb Bush told reporters on Thursday that he supports the DREAM Act.
Gov. Scott Walker | Wed, August 29
The Washington Post’s Dan Balz asks Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker about what he thinks Rep. Paul Ryan brings to the Republican ticket.
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker talks about why he thinks his state will go intoRepublican Mitt Romney’s column in November.
Sen. Rob Portman | Tues, August 28
VIDEO | Sen. Rob Portman talked about his experience playing President Obama in mock debates in 2008..
The Republican talks about Romney’s likeability, the GOP’s role in the gridlock in Washington and changing the tax code.