TIME political analyst Mark Halperin appeared on Morning Joe Wednesday morning to explain his controversial interview with Newsmax TV's Steve Malzberg yesterday, during which Halperin agreed with the host that death?…
Dec.30, 2012 President Obama sits down for an exclusive interview with David Gregory on Meet the Press. The interview marks more than three years since Obama last appeared on a network Sunday talk show.
Fox News contributor Dick Morris appeared on Fox & Friends very early Wednesday to weigh in on the previous night’s election results. In particular, he was asked whether the re-elected President Barack Obama will do more to reach across the aisle in his second term. “We need somebody who can reach across the aisle,” said host Steve Doocy. “But from the books I’ve read about this administration, Barack Obama in many ways doesn’t have a bipartisan [bone] in his body.” Morris agreed, adding however that “we need to understand just how weakly this president was re-elected, by the skin of his teeth.” The Republican party, he continued, needs to work with Obama “when he’s positive,” but “otherwise, we need to stand up against this socialist agenda and stop him from fundamentally changing the United States. Later, he added that “I think that what we have to understand is that this is a president that lost seven points of the mandate that he was elected for in 2008; he won by seven then, he won by one last night. And I think that the Republicans cannot be intimidated, they can’t be cowed. They’ve got to stand up and make sure that he does not make permanent these socialist, big government program that he’s been pushing since his first term.” Watch, via Fox News:
Jay Sekulow appeared on Fox News to discuss the second day of oral arguments before the Supreme Court in ObamaCare. The Justices appear skeptical of the constitutionality of ObamaCare’s individual mandate. aclj.org http