Fran Townsend tells Anderson that it is a "stretch to say the president was lying." She adds, "There was clearly some indication early on that this was in fact a terrorist attack, and they were sorting through it."
Anderson Cooper asks Republican Rep. Dana Rohrabacher of California to provide evidence of his claim the president "knew this was a terrorist attack."
Anderson Cooper looks at President Obama's MTV interview and reports on his prospects with the youth vote in November.
Four years ago, Bill Keith's booming solar business created much-needed jobs in the United States and attracted the attention of the Obama administration. Now, a federal policy to prevent China from flooding the U.S. market with cheaper solar panels could kill his business.
Both the Obama & Romney camps are battling over negative ad campaigning. Anderson Cooper talks to David Axelrod, a senior strategist for the Obama campaign.
President Obama and Mitt Romney are battling each other in various interviews in the last few days about their campaign attack ads against one another.
Anderson asks David Axelrod, a senior strategist for the Obama campaign, about the comparisons between this race and the 2008 election’s ‘swiftboat’ campaign.
Watch the rest of Anderson’s interview with David Axelrod tonight on AC360 at 8 and 10 p.m. ET.
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