How many more “oops” moments can the GOP field take? On the heels of Rick Perry’s debate blunder last week, Herman Cain had an epic stumble over a softball foreign policy question yesterday. We’ll play it back for you tonight and we’ll hear from Washington Post Columnist Dana Milbank and msnbc Political Analyst Michael Steele.
If you haven’t seen it yet, you’ve got to see Bob Costas’ interview with former Penn State assistant coach Jerry Sandusky. Sandusky broke his silence last night on “Rock Center with Brian Williams”—we’ll show you the interview tonight—and his latest comments are raising more questions. msnbc Political Analyst Michael Smerconish joins us.
It’s not like public opinion of elected officials is at an all-time high, but Republican governors in Wisconsin, Ohio, and Florida are seeing especially low numbers. And the Democrats’ recall effort against Wisconsin governor Scott Walker starts today. What does it mean for 2012? We’re asking author and political commentator Ron Reagan and former Bachmann campaign manager Ed Rollins tonight.
Plus, Ezekiel Emanuel, Vice Provost for Global Initiatives at the University of Pennsylvania and Senior Fellow at the Center for American Progress, joins us tonight to talk about the Supreme Court’s decision to take up the health care law and how the June 2012 verdict will affect the Presidential race.