December 22nd, 2007
12:30 PM ET
3 years ago

The Best Political Podcast

WASHINGTON (CNN) - It's almost Christmas, but you wouldn't know it from the pace the presidential hopefuls are keeping up on the campaign trail.

In Friday's The Best Political Podcast, we take an extended look at Mike Huckabee's views on foreign policy.  Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice handed the former Arkansas Governor a big lump of coal Friday when she responded to Huckabee's recent criticism of the Bush administration.  Dana Bash also has been following Huckabee out on the trail and files a report on his approach to the country's most significant foreign policy issues.

Buying presents isn't the only thing about which some people in Iowa and New Hampshire have been proscratinating.  Bill Schneider reports on undecided voters in the two key early primary states.

Just in time for the holiday, some members of Congress have made gifts of your tax dollars to their respective districts in the form of earmarks in the latest spending bill.  But, President Bush may play Scrooge and order federal agencies not to act on at least some of the Congressional goodies included in the bill.  Brian Todd reports on the battle between the White House and Capitol Hill over earmarks.

Finally, in our weekly gift to you, we look at the most memorable moments from the campaign trail in this week's Trail Mix - a treat you can only get from CNN in The Best Political Podcast. 

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–CNN Associate Producer Martina Stewart


Filed under: Best Political Podcast • Condoleezza Rice • Congress • Iowa • Mike Huckabee • New Hampshire • Polls • President Bush
soundoff (2 Responses)
  1. Albert Kurts SC

    Well Huckabee told the truth and the truth hurts. This is an out of control administration and has been since stealing a billion dollars from the Afghanistan war to build up the stupid invasion of Iraq.

    December 23, 2007 08:39 pm at 8:39 pm |
  2. knox

    We have nothing but people with no agenda other than getting elected as candidates for president . Not a one of them is interested in the people of this country and what is best for this country. Our President is a moron, and the ones running have nothing to offer. We are in a heck of a fix.

    December 31, 2007 02:06 pm at 2:06 pm |