Discussing Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's gloomy view on the U.S. economy, with Diana Furchtgott-Roth, Manhattan Institute senior fellow, and Black Rutherford, Democratic strategist. » Read More
Discussing whether stocks are ridiculously undervalued, and if the market prefers Mitt Romney, with Keith McCullough, Hedgeye Risk Management, and Jeffrey Kleintop, LPL Financial.
Discussing whether Newt Gingrich is politically reckless, and attacking capitalism, with former Republican presidential candidate, Bob Smith.
Former Utah Governor, Jon Huntsman, (R) discusses his campaign strategy, taxes, American manufacturing and his move up in the GOP New Hampshire primary.
You may not know this, but Republicans aren't the only ones campaigning for President in New Hampshire this week. Democrats are, too, more than a half dozen of them, including a guy who wears a rubber boot on his head.
Jack Welch, former chairman of GE says Mitt Romney has the leadership skills that highlights him from the rest of the GOP candidates because of his experience founding Bain Capital.
Unemployment is higher than it's been going into any election year since World War II. But history shows that won't necessarily stop President Barack Obama from reclaiming the White House.
Message to my fellow conservatives: Please don’t blame the mainstream media for the improvement in jobs, unemployment, and economic growth. Reporters are not making this up. The economy is better. It’s going to give President Obama a leg up on the election. GOP beware, and come to your senses.
The recess appointments of the NLRB members and Richard Cordray may be done but that doesn’t mean the controversy has died down. Since the appointments, many of my contacts have expressed their frustration over the Obama Administration’s actions.
CNBC's John Harwood has the latest on how the GOP candidates are preparing for the New Hampshire primary and how they may use today's employment data.
Debating whether Tim Carney, Washington Examiner, got his facts straight in his latest piece on populism, taxes, blue collar workers, and Rick Santorum, with CNBC's Larry Kudlow.
For Mitt Romney to do so well in Iowa is a very big story and a great shot in the arm as the campaign moves to New Hampshire, says Sen. John Thune, (R-SD). Thune adds that Romney's campaign can withstand the long road ahead while other GOP candidates will soon drop out of the race.
The two strongest Republican candidates to emerge from the Iowa caucuses, Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum, both are open to bombing Iran's nuclear weapons program, the Christian Science Monitor reports.
What kind of surprises are in store for 2012? If Byron Wien is correct, Italy and Greece will voluntarily default and the S&P 500 will top 1400. Plus, who will win the presidential election and more predictions for 2012.
GOP presidential candidate, Ron Paul discusses his ideas on what defines a conservative, third party candidates, the U.S. economy, and spending in Washington.
President Obama is starting the new year by throwing down the gauntlet to Senate Republicans, by naming former Ohio attorney general Richard Cordray to the nation's first "consumer watchdog" post, with CNBC's Hampton Pearson.
Minnesota Congresswoman Michele Bachmann announced her decision to drop out of the presidential race Wednesday, leaving her supporters up for grabs to other GOP contenders.
Minnesota congresswoman Michele Bachmann announced her decision to drop out of the presidential race Wednesday, leaving her supporters up for grabs to other GOP contenders.
President Obama can be defeated, Sen. Charles Grassley, R.-Iowa, told CNBC Wednesday, the day after Mitt Romney eeked out a win in the Iowa caucuses. "He inherited a bad economy but every measure of the economy since he’s been president has gotten worse in the three years," he said.
Former Speaker of the House Newt Gingrich may not have finished in the top ranks in Iowa, but he thinks upcoming primaries are still up for grabs and his Reagan-like leanings still make him a contender.
Insight on the candidates that are most likely to become elected based on their economic plans, with Lawrence Lindsey, former National Economic Council director,/The Lindsey Group president/CEO. Who says, according to history, if Mitt Romney was nominated, he would lose narrowly but Republicans would hold the House and take the Senate.