CNN's Dana Bash reports it's getting heated on the GOP campaign trail - especially between Giuliani and Romney.
ST. PETERSBURG, Florida (CNN) - With only a day to go before the CNN/YouTube Republican presidential debate, CNN's Dana Bash reports it's getting heated in the campaign trail.
They must both be fighting for 2nd place, because Ron Paul will destroy them both.
I love that the GOP candidates will keep appearing on CNN, the "Clinton News Network" aka enemy territory, but none of the Dem candidates will appear on Fox News. I think that tells you that the republicans are a lot stronger than the Dems and actually willing to answer the tough questions or if your Hillary on CNN you don't have to answer the questions at all.
That is because Fox News isn't a journalistic outlet. It is a Tabloid. Much like National Enquirer or Weekly Stars. Just one anchor should tell you that, Geraldo Rivera.
Aside from broadcast news, CNN and MSNBC are the only networks that provide investigation. I'm not saying they tell they truth, but the are acceptable to the AA.
I thought Hillary Clinton did appear on sunday show with Chris Wallace on fox.
To Check Facts: You are indeed correct. HRC appeared on FOX on 9/25/2007 in an interview where Chris Wallace went after her right out of the gate and she more than stood her ground.
So, To Joe: I think what it tells us is that once republicans say anything to make their point.
Joe from St. Cloud, MN
Hillary Clinton, John Edwards, Joe Biden and I'm sure more have been on Fox News being interviewed.
You're obviously ill informed. Get your facts straight before posting such ridiculous comments. I guess you're just playing by the Replubican playbook...sorry dude, won't work this time!
I don't think any Democratic candidates would be afraid to appear 1:1 on FOX. But to allow such a blatantly neo-con biased tabloid news service to select questions for a Democratic debate seems ludicrous. I think it shows CNN's credibility that the Republican candidates ("News You Can Trust") have enough confidence in CNN's professionalism to be fairly certain their moderators and guests would not try to stir the debate questions to any particular agenda.
By the way, Rudy Giuliani is bald.