(CNN) - Republican Gov. Jan Brewer of Arizona had some biting words for the Obama administration Monday after it announced it was rescinding agreements that allow some local law enforcement officers to enforce federal immigration laws.
"They arbitrarily singled out Arizona and sent a bomb, if you will, across our bow and made Arizona once again a target," Brewer said on CNN's "John King, USA."
(CNN) - Sen. Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire brushes aside questions of her vice presidential prospects by telling CNN Chief National Correspondent John King that if Mitt Romney is elected president, he's going to need people like her in the U.S. Senate.
(CNN) – Former presidential candidate Rick Santorum stood by his tepid endorsement of former rival Mitt Romney on Tuesday, saying he supported the presumptive GOP nominee but would still try to hold his "feet to the fire."
"Well, I trust him more than Barack Obama," Santorum said on CNN's "John King, USA," when asked if he trusted Romney.
(CNN) - Former GOP presidential candidate Newt Gingrich pushed back against comments made by former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush Monday, in which Bush argued Ronald Reagan would struggle to fit in with what he described as today's partisan-charged Republican Party.
"I'm not sure what Jeb's referring to," Gingrich said on CNN's "John King, USA." "We just had a pretty grueling campaign, which had a fair amount of disagreement, a pretty wide range of views from Ron Paul to say Tim Pawlenty."
(CNN) - In an interview Thursday, former Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell, a Democrat, predicted the 2012 presidential race would be competitive and joked that the Obama campaign lacked a sense of humor.
(CNN) - Former Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez talked about his new role helping Mitt Romney reach Latino voters on Wednesday. Gutierrez was tapped to head the presumptive GOP presidential nominee's Hispanic Steering Committee, the Romney campaign announced earlier in the day.
"Hispanics have been political pawns to be used every time an election comes up," he said on CNN's "John King, USA." " We need to look holistically and strategically about immigration long-term because it’s going to become an economic and competitive issue."
(CNN) - While Democrats have zeroed in on Mitt Romney's record as former Massachusetts governor, Kerry Healey, Romney's former lieutenant governor, on Monday said the presumptive Republican presidential nominee has "nothing to be ashamed of" when it comes to his time in office.
"Looking at Governor Romney’s record in Massachusetts is only going to reinforce what a strong candidate he is and how he does understand how to create jobs. It’s a shocking thing to see that these numbers are not only taken out of context, they’re represented in ways that are really quite dishonest," she said on CNN's "John King, USA."
(CNN) - Republican National Committee chairman Reince Priebus tells CNN Chief National Correspondent John King that President Barack Obama missed his opportunity to lead as job creation slows.
(CNN) - CNN Chief National Correspondent John King said that despite a meteoric rise, John Edwards' legal woes quickly grounded him.
(CNN) - The same day a new poll showed the presidential race in a dead heat across three major battleground states, President Barack Obama's top campaign adviser remained confident that the numbers will line up for the president in November.
"I like our math in terms of getting to that 270, but we're going to have to fight hard," David Axelrod said Thursday, referring to the number of electoral votes needed to win the election.