Monday, February 18, 2013
Republican Senator Bob Corker, appearing on What America Thinks, was asked about his interest in seeking the GOP presidential nomination in 2016. Corker left the door open to a run by responding: "We'll see what happens. I really feel like right now making a difference in the Senate and you never know what happens down the road.”
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Corker also said:
See the full interview here.
Former DNC Chair Howard Dean appeared on the show as well. He said “somebody has to tell the middle class that either your taxes are going to go up or your programs are going to get cut or else we're going to go into financial oblivion, and nobody really wants to tell them that.“ See the full Dean interview.
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