Donald Trump's Supreme Court Picks and Bernie Sanders Issues with the Democratic Establishment
CBS News Correspondent Steven Portnoy on the list Donald Trump released today with the names of those he might appoint to the Supreme Court. He also talks about the latest issues Bernie Sanders is having with the Democratic establishment.
Maggie Haberman of the New York Times discusses Donald Trump's refusal to release his tax returns. He says the tax rate he pays isn't the public's concern and he doesn't believe voters have a right or want to see his tax returns. Trump also says he can't release his returns because he's being audited.
The Search for Donald Trump's Vice Presidential Candidate
Washington Post National Political Reporter Robert Costa talks about the story he broke today, that Donald Trump's campaign manager Corey Lewandowski will oversee the search for Trump's vice presidential candidate.
CBS News Correspondent Steven Portnoy talks about House Speaker Paul Ryan's comment about stepping down as head of the Republican National Convention, if Donald Trump asks him. Ryan is scheduled to meet with Trump this week.
New Polling Looks Good For Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders Visits the Vatican
CBS News Correspondent Steven Portnoy on positive poll numbers out for Hillary Clinton today and last night's Democratic debate in Brooklyn. He also discusses Bernie Sanders and his trip to the Vatican and how some of Donald Trump's former "Apprentice" contestants coming out against him.
CBS News Correspondent Steven Portnoy on Donald Trump saying the Republican Presidential Nomination Process is "Rigged". Portnoy discusses how Trump may be winning with the public but not so much with the delegates.
CBS News Senior Political Editor Steve Chaggaris on the latest with Hillary Clinton's campaign swing through New York, 11 days ahead of the state’s primary. He also discusses Bernie Sanders' upcoming trip to the Vatican.
Albany Bureau Chief for Politico New York Jimmy Vielkind breaks down the message Ted Cruz tried to spread during his visit to Schenectady County, New York today. Cruz will also be visiting a matzah factory in Brooklyn.
Senior Washington Correspondent at Politico Anna Palmer on Governor John Kasich's meeting with Republican donors in Washington today. She also discusses what a contested convention could mean for him in Cleveland.
CBS News Correspondent Margaret Brennan on Donald Trump's new memo detailing his plan to force Mexico to pay for a wall along the U.S.-Mexico border. She also discusses President Obama's reaction to the proposal.
A Look at Donald Trump's Campaign Manager Corey Lewandowski
Washington Post National Political Correspondent Karen Tumulty discusses her conversation with Corey Lewandowski, Donald Trump's campaign manager. He has been charged with misdemeanor battery after a run-in with a reporter.
More Talk of the Possibility for a Brokered Republican Convention
CBS News Correspondent Steven Portnoy discusses the latest talk about the possibility of a brokered Republican Convention in Cleveland this summer. He breaks down how Donald Trump could win the nomination before the convention and who would benefit from a brokered convention.
Senate Democrats Call for Republicans to Hold Confirmation Hearings for Merrick Garland
New York Times Congressional Reporter David Herszenhorn on the press conference Senate Democrats held outside the Supreme Court today, calling on Republicans to hold hearings on the President's nominee to replace Justice Antonin Scalia on the Supreme Court. He also discusses the Republicans reaction to the President's nomination of Merrick Garland.
New York Magazine National Affairs Editor Gabriel Sherman talks about the cancelation of Monday's scheduled Fox News debate in Utah, after Donald Trump - and then John Kasich - said they would not attend.
Editorial Page Editor at the Star-Ledger Tom Moran discusses why New Jersey Governor Chris Christie looked so miserable as he stood behind Donald Trump last night, even after Trump won seven states on Super Tuesday.
CBS News Political Director and "Face the Nation" moderator John Dickerson on Marco Rubio's criticisms of Donald Trump's failure to immediately denounce David Duke and the KKK. He also discusses what Super Tuesday means for candidates like Rubio, Ted Cruz, and Hillary Clinton.