Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says he would change the tax laws to force people who work at hedge funds to pay more in taxes, because "the hedge fund guys are getting away with murder." Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, says he believes America should amend constitutional law to end birthright citizenship. New Jersey Governor and GOP preside
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Ohio Governor John Kasich says he is running for president on the record of Ronald Reagan with a message that is bigger than his Republican opponents. South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham explains his disappointment with GOP frontrunner Donald Trump's support of self-deportation. Former Maryland Governor and Democrat candidate for president
Presidential candidate Donald Trump sought to redirect incoming fire at rival Republican Jeb Bush. Some criticisms of Clinton are "sexist," Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders tells "Face the Nation" host John Dickerson. All that and more on this week's "Face the Nation."
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump says Vice President Joe Biden would not be an "effective campaigner" because he has been very loyal to the president. Presidential contender Mike Huckabee says that in the run-up to the first GOP debate he is willing to cross party lines to gain support from Democrats as well as Republicans; all that and more
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal talks about the deadly shooting in a Lafayette movie theater. Senators Rand Paul, (Republican-KY); Joe Manchin, (Democrat-WV), share their views on the Iran deal, gun laws and a video that has gone viral. Former Texas Governor Rick Perry talks about the field of GOP candidates. Tom Donlin, former Obama National Security adviso
Secretary of State John Kerry says the nuclear inspection system the U.S. negotiated with Iran is a "huge accomplishment" even though international inspectors could have to wait up to 24 days to access undeclared nuclear sites; Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanhyahu insists that the U.S. had a clear alternative in the Iran deal and that the Isl
House Speaker John Boehner explains why he thinks the immigration issue won't be resolved until the president and Congress get serious about possible resolutions. Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders, I-Vermont, acknowledges that he and Hillary Clinton hold different policy standards, but says what he won't do is attack her. Sen. T
Republican presidential candidate Rick Santorum explains the "profound consequences" of the Supreme Court decision to legalize gay marriage, Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tennessee, reflects on the president's strategy of containment overseas and as the deadline for a nuclear deal with Iran approaches, Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minnesota says Democrats in Co
Head of Human Rights Campaign Chad Griffin acknowledges historic ruling on same-sex marriage and says the fight continues for civil rights for all; Following the Supreme Court decision supporting nationwide same-sex marriage, Russell Moore of the Southern Baptist Convention says conservatives ought not be forced to bend their beliefs. Moore says he respects
The latest on the investigation into alleged murderer Dylann Roof?s manifesto and a look at the services taking place today at Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church in Charleston; Cornell William Brooks talks about the ideology of Charleston shooter Dylann Roof, all that and more on "Face the Nation."