The President talks Benghazi, bipartisanship and deficit. Check out the interview below!
Following the Supreme Court’s decision to uphold President Obama’s signature health care law today, Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) sat down with MSNBC host Ed Schultz to discuss the decision.
When asked about Mitt Romney’s response to the Supreme Court’s decision, Pelosi told Schultz when listening to him, “I was confused because it was as if he was for it before he was against it and now he’s both. He supports the decision of the court, to overturn the entire bill and yet he said but if they do that, you still cannot be discriminated against on the basis of pre-existing medical conditions. How does that happen? Is he going to pay for it? Maybe he’s volunteering. The fact is, you cannot have it both ways.”
Catch a sneak peek of the interview below and be sure to tune in for the full interview with Nancy Pelosi tonight on ‘The Ed Show’ at 8PM ET on MSNBC. For more please visit, http://www.ed.msnbc.com. You can also follow Ed on twitter at @EdShow.
House Democratic Leader Nancy Pelosi calls the Supreme Court's decision to uphold President Obama's signature health care law "victory" for the American people, but tells MSNBC host Ed Schultz she's "confused" by Mitt Romney's reaction.
Rev. Al Sharpton was the subject of the Los Angeles Times "The Sunday Conversation" this week, and in the article, he opens up about the biggest misconceptions people have of him, the GOP race, President Obama and his notorious hunger strike. A few highlights:
In a new interview with the Wall Street Journal, MSNBC's Rev. Al Sharpton, host of PoliticsNation, opened up on his dramatic (and very impressive) weight loss. Some interesting new tidbits from the article:
What did the Morning Joe crew have to say about the article? Check out Rev. Sharpton on the show this morning:
Morning Joe crew reacts to Rev. Sharpton's WSJ article
Follow Rev. Sharpton on twitter at @thereval
Rev. Al Sharpton shares his thoughts on his recent conversation with President Barack Obama about the country’s economic problems.
In an interview that was taped for his radio show, 'Keepin It Real with Al Sharpton,' President Obama gave his reaction to the news that the congressional super committee had failed to reach a deal to cut $1.2 trillion from the national budget.
A fun takeaway from the interview? They talked about Thanksgiving and President Obama advised Rev. Sharpton break his diet and indulge on Thanksgiving. Obama told Sharpton, "let loose a little bit on on Thanksgiving Day, have some sweet potato pie." Sharpton agreed - presidential orders, after all!
In an exclusive interview with Rev. Al Sharpton, President Barack Obama shares his thoughts on the super committee's failure to reach a deal.
Follow Rev. Sharpton on twitter at: @thereval