The 2008 race to the White House has been documented more thoroughly than any other. It kept bloggers, commentators, humorists busy on a daily basis for almost two years. So you might think you’ve heard it all. But two veteran political reporters say you haven’t.
We speak with Mark Halperin, political analyst for Time magazine and John Heilemann, national political correspondent for New York magazine. They co-authored "Game Change: Obama and the Clintons, McCain and Palin, and the Race of a Lifetime."
Their book reveals behind-the-scene episodes from the campaign –the Clintons’ sporadic bursts of anger, doubts about Sarah Palin’s mental health among McCain staffers, Elizabeth Edwards’ breakdowns over John’s extramarital affair… But what does it bring to our larger understanding of the campaign?