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Ed Gillespie, former counselor to President G.W. Bush, says health care will be a central issue in Decision 2012: "People can't stand President Obama's health care proposal," he says.
Robert Costa, National Review reports the latest details on Super Tuesday's primary voting.
Rep. Marsha Blackburn, (R-TN), discusses the close primary race in Tennesse, and why she has not yet endorsed a candidate.
Debating what it will take for Republicans to beat President Obama in the general election, with Jared Bernstein, Center on Budget and Policy Priorities, and former Ohio Gov. George Voinovich, (R).
Discussing the Dow's 200 point sell-off and why Romney is the stability trade for the U.S. dollar, with Keith McCullough, Hedgeye Risk Management.
Discussing why tonight is a big transitional night in the GOP primary race, with Michael Steele, former RNC chairman; Kevin Madden, Mitt Romney campaign advisor; and Herman Cain, former Republican presidential candidate.
CNBC's Eamon Javers breaks down the numbers in today's GOP voting, and whether Romney was able to make gains among blue-collar Republicans.
Mitt Romney is best equipped to solve the problems facing our nations, says Sen. Tom Coburn, M.D., (R-OK), discussing why he is backing Romney.
Sen. Rob Portman, (R-OH), discusses the close race between Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum in Ohio's primary, and why Mitt Romney is the one candidate who will be able to defeat President Obama.
The Dow dives 204 points on Tuesday, amid fears of a global slowdown and possible Greek credit default. Discussing how to invest in this market, with Mike Holland, Holland & Company; Douglas Kass, Seabreeze Partners; and CNBC's Kelly Evans.
CNBC's Eamon Javers breaks down the numbers in Super Tuesday voting, and Newt Gingrich's primary win in his home state of Georgia.
Discussing whether Israel will attack Iran and should the U.S. lean harder on Iran, with Dan Senor, Council on Foreign Relations senior fellow.
Debating whether Mitt Romney will close down Rick Santorum's run and gain independent support, with Steve Forbes, Forbes Media chairman & editor-in-chief; David Corn, Mother Jones Washington bureau chief; and Tony Fratto, former White House deputy press secretary.
"This president's policies have hurt the economy, they haven't helped it," says. Republican presidential candidate, Mitt Romney discussings whether he will change tack if the economy continues to improve.
You must have big banks if you want an economy that's going to grow at the rate that you would like to see it grow, says Dick Bove, Rochdale Securities banking analyst, explaining why he thinks Treasury Secretary, Timothy Geithner is suffering from financial "amnesia".
A look at what Mitt Romney's economic plan will mean for stocks and the U.S. economy, with David Malpass, Encima Global, and Jack Bouroudjian, Bull and Bear Partners.
"This is about getting the economy going again, and getting our economy going, and putting people back to work means getting our marginal tax rates down," says Mitt Romney, Republican presidential candidate, discussing his 20% tax cut plan, the U.S. economic and the tough politics of campaigning, with CNBC's Larry Kudlow.
Debating whether an improving U.S. economy is likely to put President Obama in the White House for another four years, no matter which Republican runs against him, with Howard Dean, former DNC chairman, and Michael Steele, former RNC chairman.
President Obama will address the pro-Israel group, AIPAC before a crucial meeting with Israeli Prime Minister, Netanyahu on Monday. Discussing America's policy on Iran and whether Obama will be able to convince Netanyahu he will be on Israel's side, with Jeffrey Goldberg, The Atlantic, and Peter Brooks, Heritage Foundation.
Robert Costa, National Review reports on Republican presidential candidates gearing up for "Super Tuesday's" showdown. Also, two new polls show Mitt Romney gaining ground in Ohio. Discussing what Rick Santorum need to do to capture the Buckeye State's 66 delegates, with Mike DeWine, (R) Ohio Attorney General.