(CNN) - Karl Rove predicted Sunday that former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin is likely to run for president and will make her decision known soon.
Rove, the former top political adviser to President George W. Bush and co-founder of American Crossroads, a conservative political action committee, said Palin's upcoming trip to Iowa and recent web video are evidence she is gearing up for a run.
(CNN) - Former White House Press Secretary Robert Gibbs was an equal opportunity critic Sunday, taking swipes at the records of Republican presidential candidates.
Gibbs, who left the White House earlier this year but remains close to President Barack Obama, was most critical of Texas Gov. Rick Perry, a relative newcomer to the race.
Washington (CNN) - He's behind in polling so far, so Republican presidential hopeful Jon Huntsman went after the front-runners Sunday.
Former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney is a flip-flopper, while Texas Gov. Rick Perry doesn't sound presidential and Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann is unrealistic, complained Huntsman, a former Utah governor, on the ABC program "This Week."FULL STORY
(CNN) – The Democratic fundraising arm for the House of Representatives raised more money than its Republican counterpart in July, but the GOP committee holds an advantage in cash on hand, according to their latest reports.
The Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee raised $4.02 million in July, compared to the $3.84 million raised by the National Republican Congressional Committee. The monthly hauls bring their yearly totals to $37.70 million and $37.38 million, respectively.
(CNN) – President Barack Obama’s senior campaign strategist warned Sunday that Republicans catering to tea party politics threatened much-needed progress on job creation.
David Axelrod told CNN’s “State of the Union” that Obama would unveil a reasonable jobs plan in September calling for steps previously endorsed by both parties. However, he said, Republican leaders must put aside the kind of political gamesmanship that “brought us to the brink of default” during the debt ceiling negotiations to act in the best interest of the country.
Rock Hill, South Carolina (CNN) - Rick Perry wrapped up his first week in the spotlight as a declared presidential candidate by returning to South Carolina to larger crowds and more questions about his record than when he launched his campaign here last weekend.
The Texas governor did not back down from statements about the validity of climate change, his position on immigration, or his claim that Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke's quantitative easing plans were "treasonous."
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