July 6th, 2011
09:52 AM ET
3 years ago

DeMint 'disappointed' in Bachmann


(CNN) – Republican Sen. Jim DeMint said he's "disappointed" Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann has not signed the "cut, cap, balance" pledge to slash spending and balance the budget.

"I am disappointed," DeMint said Wednesday on CNN's "American Morning." "We have to stop spending more than we're bringing in."
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Filed under: 2012 • Jim DeMint • Michele Bachmann • TV-American Morning
July 5th, 2011
11:02 AM ET
3 years ago

Santorum: Stimulus 'cost American jobs'

(CNN) - During an appearance on CNN's "American Morning" Tuesday, Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum claimed the 2009 stimulus package resulted in a loss of jobs. He cited a government report that he said previously stated 280 million jobs had been created by December and now says only 240 million jobs were created.

When pressed by CNN's Ali Velshi, who said there's a difference between a loss of jobs and creating fewer jobs than initially reported, Santorum remained firm on his position that the current administration has cost Americans' jobs.
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Filed under: 2012 • Economy • Rick Santorum • TV-American Morning
Bachmann: I’m scholarly
June 28th, 2011
08:19 AM ET
3 years ago

Bachmann: I’m scholarly

(CNN) - Newly declared Republican presidential candidate Michele Bachmann defended her past gaffes Tuesday by touting her background as an attorney and small business owner.

“People can make mistakes and I wish I could be perfect every time I say something, but I can’t,” Bachmann said on CNN’s “American Morning.” “But one thing people know about me is that I’m a substantive, serious person and I have a strong background.”
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Filed under: 2012 • Michele Bachmann • TV-American Morning
Huntsman calls for substantial Afghan troop reduction
June 22nd, 2011
10:04 AM ET
3 years ago

Huntsman calls for substantial Afghan troop reduction

(CNN) – Republican presidential candidate Jon Huntsman suggested more than 30,000 American troops could head home from Afghanistan, the level President Obama is expected to announce in Wednesday night's speech.

"I think we can go beyond that," Huntsman said Wednesday on CNN's "American Morning." "I'm not a fortune teller here, but I can tell you that at some point, the hundred thousand troops on the ground will have to be taken out substantially. It's heavy, it's expensive, it's disproportionate in terms of where our spending ought to be."
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Filed under: 2012 • Jon Huntsman • TV-American Morning
June 13th, 2011
09:22 AM ET
Pawlenty spins low poll numbers
May 27th, 2011
09:52 AM ET
2 years ago

Pawlenty spins low poll numbers

(CNN) - Republican presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty said he sees his low national poll numbers as an opportunity for his candidacy.

"I like the fact that these folks who are established, well known and yet and there's no real favorite in the face," Pawlenty said Friday on CNN's "American Morning." "So there's a ton of upside for my candidacy and it gives me a chance to introduce myself and put my record from Minnesota out there."
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Filed under: 2012 • Tim Pawlenty • TV-American Morning
Bush officials: Good job Obama but...
May 3rd, 2011
02:13 PM ET
3 years ago

Bush officials: Good job Obama but...

Washington (CNN) – Former Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice and Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld applauded the successful mission to kill Osama bin Laden under the Obama administration, but also highlighted the pivotal role their team played in the search for America's most wanted terrorist.

"It was also important that President Bush put in place counterterrorism strategies and policies, efforts that the military and intelligence have been making over the years," Rice told CNN's "American Morning" on Tuesday. "To work together better to achieve that kind of level of integration didn't happen yesterday. This is something that has been happening for quite a long time."
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Freshman Rep. pledges to forgo federal health insurance
January 4th, 2011
02:39 PM ET
4 years ago

Freshman Rep. pledges to forgo federal health insurance

Washington (CNN) - As House Republicans prepare to introduce a repeal of the health care reform bill, one new GOP congressman said he is standing by his pledge to forgo federal health insurance despite a potentially expensive personal impact.

Rep.-elect Joe Walsh, R-Illinois, told CNN's Jim Acosta that he and his wife will not accept the insurance offered to members of Congress because he made a pledge during the campaign last January.
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Filed under: GOP • Health care • TV-American Morning
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