Catching Up on the Campaign with Todd Zwillich

Tuesday, May 22, 2012

Mitt Romney and Barack Obama (Getty Images)

President Obama has come out swinging on Mitt Romney’s record at Bain Capital. As the NATO Summit came to a close on Monday, President Obama defined the presidential election in terms of his economic vision for the country compared to Mitt Romney’s.

Washington correspondent Todd Zwillich joins us to answer: Where does the campaign go from here?


Todd Zwillich

Produced by:

Jillian Weinberger

Comments [2]


"The President is pretty good about keeping these things separate"
Virtually everything this President does is for political effect to advance himself.
Where does the federal tax money end the campaign money begin with this President who has called a
Joint Session of Congress to make a political speech originally timed to upstage a GOP debate?
He has spent this year going from one fundraiser to the next while barely tying it into official business and creating manufactured discord to distract from his economic record.

The media is not reporting the news anymore but creating their own partisan reality.

Political ads from private funding is nauseating but political partisanship on public radio that we all pay for is not?

May. 22 2012 11:04 AM
Dorothy Green

You said 2 trillion rathaer than 2 billion on the Dimon loss.

May. 22 2012 09:32 AM

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