'60 Minutes' airs a damning eyewitness account of the Benghazi attack that just so happens to be totally fake.
Sam Waterston argues for responsible journalism, Stephen adds up Chris Christie's accomplishments, and Peter Baker reveals the truth about the Bush-Cheney relationship.
Chris Christie appears on four Sunday news shows to talk about how much he doesn't want to talk about his presidential ambitions.
Stephen says goodnight.
The plot thickens when Stephen interviews a supposed eyewitness to the events leading to the tragic CBS Benghazi apology.
'Days of Fire' author Peter Baker talks about the complex and contentious relationship between Dick Cheney and George W. Bush.
Author Peter Baker sits down with Stephen to discuss his new book "Days of Fire: Bush and Cheney in the White House."
Shattered by the Republican victory, Clinton begins to sideline his most trusted advisors in favor of an aggressive political consultant named Dick Morris who uses extensive polling to diagnose the administration’s weaknesses and develop strategies to correct them. The Republican “Contract with America” is riding high and by spring 1995, Gingrich and his allies select the ground on which to wage their war: a plan to eliminate the federal budget deficit by drastically cutting Medicare and Medicaid. The plan leads to a government shutdown and slowly the tide begins to turn toward the President, who reclaims the political center with a stream of new initiatives that will curb big government and appeal to middle class families. Clinton wins the 1996 election in a landslide, pulling off one of the greatest turnarounds in political history. But events have been set in motion that will soon divide the country and nearly destroy Clinton's presidency.
From the political backwaters of Arkansas, Bill Clinton emerges as a political force unlike any seen on the national stage in a generation. Overcoming a troubled upbringing marred by alcoholism and violence, Clinton is determined from the start to succeed, first in Arkansas, then at Georgetown, Oxford and finally Yale. There he meets a young woman named Hillary Rodham who shares his intellect and idealism. Together they forge a marriage and political partnership that takes them to the Arkansas governor’s mansion and ultimately the White House. Hour 1 follows their bumpy road to the 1992 presidential victory, an amazing triumph over repeated scandals and setbacks. Although they have won the presidency, the Clintons have not yet won the country. In their moment of triumph, the first couple has no way of imaging the turmoil that lies ahead.
Despite all of their education and experience, the Clintons are unprepared for politics in Washington, which quickly descends into open warfare with the Republican establishment and much of the media. Hour 2 chronicles the tumultuous first two years of the Clinton presidency, years that see the beginning of the Whitewater scandal, the shocking death of Deputy White House Counsel Vince Foster and the humiliating defeat of Hillary’s healthcare bill. Although the administration has its domestic successes, troubles brewing in the remote countries of Somalia and Rwanda and the arrival of a new and formidable rival named Newt Gingrich threaten to derail the Clinton presidency before it ever gets off the ground. When Republicans gain control of Congress in the midterm elections, the entire political landscape shifts to the right, leaving Clinton seemingly bereft of power.
A Conversation About Former President Bill Clinton With Author And Journalist Peter Baker || A Conversation About Bear Sterns And The Economic Crisis With Kate Kelly, Author Of "Street Fighters: The Last 72 Hours Of Bear Stearns, The Toughest Firm On Wall Street" And William D. Cohan, Author Of "House Of Cards: A Tale Of Hubris And Wretched Excess On Wall Street"
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