(CNN) - Rudy Giuliani, a former New York City mayor, accused President Barack Obama in a Friday appearance on CNN's "Piers Morgan Tonight" of putting his own campaign ahead of handling the fallout from Superstorm Sandy.
"If I were the president of the United States, I sure wouldn't be flitting around the Midwest and the West," Giuliani said. "My job would be making sure this thing was followed through to the very end. Maybe the first couple of days he was keeping his eye on the ball, but we got gas lines now that are a mile long. We got bodies still being discovered, and we got a president who is playing campaigner in chief."
(CNN) - It's not all briefing books and policy papers aboard Joe Biden's plane.
"I haven't spent most of my time with pop culture," he said in a radio interview with the Miami station WMIA. "Honey Boo Boo is not top on my list, but I am aware - just, you know, by catching snippets on Air Force Two.
(CNN) - It's all hands on deck - candidates and surrogates - for the final weekend of the 2012 campaign.
GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney starts off the day in New Hampshire, while his running mate stumps in Ohio. Romney then heads Iowa and Colorado and Ryan campaigns in Pennsylvania, Virginia, and Florida.
President Barack Obama held a meeting at the FEMA headquarters on Saturday morning before begining his own day of campaigning. He will stump in Ohio, Wisconsin, Iowa, and Virginia.
Among the high-profile surrogates on the trail are former President Bill Clinton for Obama, House Speaker John Boehner for Romney, and both candidates' spouses.
See the full schedule after the jump.
West Chester, Ohio (CNN) - White House hopeful Mitt Romney vowed to deliver real change at a blockbuster rally he headlined with running mate Paul Ryan in battleground Ohio.
The Republican presidential nominee criticized President Barack Obama, who during his own visit to the Buckeye State said voting was the “best revenge.” The Democratic incumbent altered a traditional refrain from his stump speech when he received boos from the audience.
(CNN) – President Barack Obama recognized the massive destruction wreaked by Superstorm Sandy this past week in his weekly address on Saturday – his last weekly address before Election Day – and said he was inspired by stories of first responders.
“Today, I ask everyone to keep them in your prayers,” he said, speaking of the victims. “And as President, I promise them this: your country will be there for you for as long as it takes to recover and rebuild.”
(CNN) – New state polls in Ohio and Florida are divided about the state of the presidential race in these two key battlegrounds.
In Ohio, arguably the most important of the battlegrounds, a NBC News/Wall Street Journal/Marist poll released Saturday showed Obama with 51% of likely voters and Romney at 45%. The CNN/ORC International Poll released Friday found the Buckeye State slightly tighter and within the sampling error: 50% for Obama to 47% for Romney.