Washington (CNN) - New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg said he agrees with Texas Gov. Rick Perry's recent statements on immigration and he believes former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's views on the same points are "wrong."
"I don't agree with Perry on other things, but on this one he's right," Bloomberg told CNN Chief National Correspondent John King Wednesday in an interview that will air exclusively on CNN's "John King, USA."
Washington (CNN) - Donald Trump emerged from his Monday afternoon sit-down with Mitt Romney more at ease with the GOP candidate's take on views they share: China's predominance in the global economy and OPEC's proclivities to raise the price of oil as a measure to offset U.S. economic gains.
"We hit it off really well, better than I had anticipated," Trump said Monday on CNN's "The Situation Room."
Washington (CNN) - His endorsement highly sought after, Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels is concerned the eventual GOP presidential nominee will not seize the opportunity to make a strong case for conservative economic policies, instead relying on his or her status as the "default option," or the alternative to the current political landscape, as a strategy for winning the White House.
"Now I think it's pretty clear that there's a good chance (President Barack Obama) will be running under really adverse economic conditions," he explained.
(CNN) - With regard to supporters, former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney's presidential campaign is now heavy one ex-candidate.
A few hours after Michigan Rep. Thaddeus McCotter's congressional office confirmed the dissolution of his presidential campaign to CNN on Thursday, his campaign released a statement saying he would be backing Romney's bid for the White House.
Washington (CNN) - A television ad released Thursday by a progressive health care advocacy group slammed the tea party movement and GOP presidential candidates, saying they support policies that could potentially discontinue Medicare.
The ad, sponsored by Protect Your Care, also chastised the candidates for standing by as a few audience members at the CNN/Tea Party Republican Debate cheered the idea of a man dying because he lacked health insurance.