Debating whether the U.S. is turning into a country of "people sitting on a couch, waiting for their next government check", with Herman Cain, former presidential candidate and Willie Brown, former San Francisco mayor.» Read More
Will the Herman Cain Libya video cost him support? James Pethokoukis, American Enterprise Institute; David Goodfriend, former Clinton White House official; and Armstrong Williams, radio talk show host, weigh in.
It’s the economy stupid—maybe not. President Obama with the help of Congressional allies has turned the key issues to his advantage.
Herman Cain became badly flustered on Monday when asked to assess President Obama’s policy toward Libya, raising new questions about his command of foreign policy as he lurched over five minutes from awkward pauses to halting efforts to address the issue.
This is part six of an unofficial transcript of Warren Buffett's three-hour long live appearance on CNBC's Squawk Box this morning, Monday, November 14, 2011. In this section, Buffett talks about investing in infrastructure and says that Bank of America CEO Brian Moynihan is doing a "terrific job."
The SNL sketch spoofed CNBC's Republican candidates debate last week. You know, the one that highlighted three candidates: Mitt Romney, Herman Cain, and...uh...oops.
This is part two of an unofficial transcript of Warren Buffett's three-hour long live appearance on CNBC's Squawk Box this morning, Monday, November 14, 2011. In this section, Buffett talks about the possibility of more quantitative easing by the Federal Reserve and says GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney has the best chance of beating President Barack Obama in the 2012 election.
We found several exaggerations and misstatements in the latest Republican presidential candidates’ debate.
Republican candidates will challenge President Barack Obama on foreign policy, an issue they have given scant attention in recent weeks, in a debate Saturday night.
A look at where the GOP candidates stand, after Wednesday's debate, with Keith Boykin, The Daily Voice editor; Terry Jeffrey, CNS editor-In-chief, and Steve Moore, Wall Street Journal, senior economic writer.
Discussing the policy behind the politics in the GOP debate, with Mort Zuckerman, Boston Properities CEO, and which candidate walk away the clear winner, with Jared Bernstein, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities; Michael Steele, former RNC Chairman.
There were three winners in the CNBC debate: Herman Cain, Mitt Romney, and Newt Gingrich. Gov. Rick Perry was the obvious loser because of his memory lapse.
Rick Perry moved into spin control Thursday after a stumble during the Republican presidential debate, and insisted it won't force him out of the presidential race.
Clearly Romney is the favorite for the Republican nomination, says David Walker, Comeback America Initiative founder/president/CEO, who adds that Romney's plans for taxes is more reflective of political reality. Walker also discusses why he will not run for Senate in Connecticut.
CNBC's Scott Cohn fact-checks the candidate's statements from last night's debate.
Donald Trump, Trump Organization chairman/president, shares his thoughts on what candidates should do when they don't have the answers during a live debate. Trump says Rick Perry's moment of not naming the third agency he plans to close down did not help his campaign.
CNBC's John Harwood has the highlights from last night's Republican debate, including Rick Perry stumbling over his own plan to eliminate agencies and Herman Cain side stepping character issues.
Discussing who won Wednesday's GOP debate, with Sara Fagen, former White House political director; Keith Boykin, democratic strategist; Phil Musser, New Frontier Strategy; and CNBC's Larry Kudlow and Carl Quintanilla.
Another student thought the candidates had a lot of great things to say. He's pro-life and he wants to know more about what the strong candidates have to say about social issues.
"We had a stumble of style but not substance," says Ray Sullivan, Rick Perry's communications director, after Rick Perry flubbed over naming the three federal agencies he wants to shut down.
Dave from Michigan said the debate was interesting and Mitt Romney stood out for his overall breadth. He believes Romney will bring leadership and real world experience to the position.