Nicolle Wallace on Jan. 6 Committee: Where Things Stand
John Heilemann talks with his pal Nicolle Wallace, host of Deadline: White House on MSNBC, about the January 6th committee and Liz Cheney’s battle against authoritarianism in the Republican Party, assesses whether the threats to American democracy posed by the far right are worse than those of Al-Qaeda, weighs in on the missing seven and a half hour gap in the White House phone logs on 1/6 and the incompetence of the Trump administration, and explains why the Department of Justice may be more willing to investigate Hunter Biden than Donald Trump. Tune in to the full episode to hear about the latest bombshell reporting on efforts to subvert the 2020 election — namely, a series of text messages revealing that conservative activist Virginia “Ginni” Thomas, wife of Justice Clarence Thomas, pressured then-White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows to overturn Biden’s victory.news.yahoo.com
'Game Change' co-author John Heilemann has book on 2020 race
FILE - John Heilemann attends the premiere of the Showtime limited series "The Loudest Voice" in New York on June 24, 2019. (Photo by Evan Agostini/Invision/AP, File)NEW YORK – The co-author of the million-selling “Game Change” has a book of his own coming about the 2020 election. Heilemann had collaborated with Mark Halperin on “Game Change,” about the 2008 race, and on “Double Down,” about 2012. The HBO adaptation of "Game Change" won five Emmys and three Golden Globe awards. Heilemann is national affairs analyst for NBC News and MSNBC and co-founder of the political video platform The Recount.
Heilemann on Trump veepstakes, poll showing dead heat race
Bloomberg Politics managing editor John Heilemann joins "CBS This Morning" from Cleveland, the site of the Republican convention, to discuss Donald Trump's running mate shortlist and the latest CBS News-New York Times poll showing Trump and Hillary Clinton tied going into the conventions.cbsnews.com
Why are potential Trump VP picks backing out?
Bloomberg Politics managing editor John Heilemann joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss why Donald Trump's potential running mates are backing out and what's going to happen next as FBI director James Comey is questioned by the House Oversight Committee over his recommendation to not press charges against Hillary Clinton in the private email server controversy.cbsnews.com
Impact of Clinton and Trump's responses to Orlando massacre
In response to the Orlando mass shooting, Donald Trump has defended his proposed Muslim ban and Hillary Clinton has called for tougher gun laws. Bloomberg Politics managing editor John Heilemann joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the 2016 presumptive presidential candidates' responses.cbsnews.com
Will Bernie Sanders give in or keep fighting?
A CBS News estimate confirms Hillary Clinton has the delegate support she needs to secure the Democratic nomination. Major Garrett, Nancy Cordes and Bloomberg Politics managing editor John Heilemann join "CBS This Morning" to discuss how Bernie Sanders could react after Tuesday's primaries.cbsnews.com
What to watch for in crucial New York primary
Candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are favored to win the New York primary Tuesday. Bloomberg Politics managing editor John Heilemann joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss what to expect in the key primary and its impact on the 2016 presidential race.cbsnews.com
How Trump is tapping into GOP delegate system complaints
As presidential candidate Donald Trump continues to rail against the Republican nomination system, Bloomberg Politics managing editor John Heilemann joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Trump's strategy and the upcoming April primary contests.cbsnews.com
Impact of Trump's abortion comment, Wisconsin primary
John Heilemann, co-managing editor of Bloomberg Politics joins "CBS This Morning" from Milwaukee, Wisconsin to discuss how Donald Trump's controversial comment on punishing women for having abortions could impact his campaign and the presidential candidates' strategies and chances in the Wisconsin primary.cbsnews.com
How Biden's shift on bin Laden raid impacts potential 2016 bid
Vice President Joe Biden appears to be distancing himself from presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and highlighting his closeness to President Obama, still leaving many to wonder whether he is posturing for a presidential campaign. Also, Rep. Paul Ryan has signaled his willingness to run for House speaker. Bloomberg Politics managing editor John Heilemann joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss the state of the 2016 race.cbsnews.com
Winners and losers at first Democratic debate
The first debate among the five Democratic presidential candidates was pointed at times, but the tone was civil. Frontrunner Hillary Clinton and her leading challenger, Bernie Sanders, clashed on several issues from gun control to Wall Street. Bloomberg Politics managing editor John Heilemann joins “CBS This Morning” from Las Vegas to discuss Tuesday night’s debate.cbsnews.com
Dr. Ben Carson, the “anti-Trump”
Peter Baker of The New York Times, John Heilemann of Bloomberg Politics, Peggy Noonan of the Wall Street Journal, and PBS Newshour’s Gwen Ifill weigh in on the split demeanors of GOP presidential frontrunners Donald Trump and Dr. Ben Carson. With Carson’s soft-spoken compassion picking up steam, will the GOP race become a question of nice vs. mean?cbsnews.com
Is Vice President Joe Biden ready to run?
Peter Baker of The New York Times, John Heilemann of Bloomberg Politics, Peggy Noonan of the Wall Street Journal, and PBS Newshour’s Gwen Ifill discuss Vice President Joe Biden’s continued deliberations on a potential 2016 bid. Are there new signs of a Biden campaign in the making?cbsnews.com
New Iowa poll shows preference for non-politicians in 2016 race
The latest poll of Iowa Republicans shows a tightening race and a preference for non-politicians. Retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson is surging and ties Donald Trump for the top spot at 23 percent. Carly Fiorina is next with 10 percent, followed by Sen. Ted Cruz and Gov. Scott Walker. Bloomberg Politics managing editor John Heilemann joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the 2016 race for the White House.cbsnews.com
Impact of Trump's battle with Jorge Ramos, Fox News
Bloomberg Politics managing editor John Heilemann is interviewing Donald Trump Wednesday on his TV program, “With All Due Respect.” Heilemann joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss the Republican frontrunner’s battle with Fox News and his GOP rivals.cbsnews.com
Bush slams Trump, defends using "anchor babies"
Jeb Bush attacked Donald Trump Thursday on his immigration policy and conservative credentials, one day after the two had dueling town hall events in New Hampshire. Bush also defended calling American-born children of undocumented immigrants "anchor babies." Bloomberg Politics managing editor John Heilemann joins "CBS This Morning" to discuss Bush's strategy and also Hillary Clinton's private email server controversy.cbsnews.com
Trump's immigration policy, populist energy of Republican party
From Donald Trump to Hillary Clinton, presidential candidates flooded the Iowa State Fair over the weekend. Bloomberg Politics managing editor John Heilemann who also went to the fair joins “CBS This Morning” from Des Moines to discuss the 2016 race.cbsnews.com
Ron Fournier: Mike Huckabee’s ethics could make Clintons blush
Bloomberg Politics’ John Heilemann, USA Today’s Susan Page, National Journal’s Ron Fournier and New York Time Magazine’s Mark Leibovich discuss GOP presidential candidate Mike Huckabee and the ethics of other candidates in the race.cbsnews.com
Clinton campaign: "We" focus rollout, progressive Democrats' wary reaction
John Heilemann, managing editor of Bloomberg politics, is the co-author of a pair of books about the last two presidential campaigns, “Game Change” and “Double Down." Heilemann joins “CBS This Morning” to discuss Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid and New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio's response to her announcement.cbsnews.com
Can Rand Paul expand the Republican Party?
David Ignatius of the Washington Post, Susan Page of USA Today, Peggy Noonan of The Wall Street Journal, John Heilemann of Bloomberg Politics and CBS News Political Director John Dickerson discuss the presidential candidacy of Sen. Rand Paul (R-Kentucky).cbsnews.com
For 2016, will it be Clinton vs. Bush?
Susan Page of USA Today, Peggy Noon of the Wall Street Journal, John Heilemann of Bloomberg Politics, David Ignatius of the Washington Post, and CBS News' John Dickerson discuss the presidential prospects of Hillary Clinton and Jeb Bush in 2016, preceding Clinton's big announcement.cbsnews.com
Email fallout for Hillary Clinton and potential 2016 campaign
Email fallout for Hillary Clinton and potential 2016 campaign Hillary Clinton addressed a crowd of hundreds of reporters Tuesday on her use of a private email account as secretary of state, revealing that she thought "using one device would be simpler." Managing editor of Bloomberg Politics John Heilemann, who also co-authored "Game Change" and Double Down" about the last two presidential campaigns, joins "CBS This Morning" to talk about the impact of the email controversy on Clinton's potential presidential campaign.cbsnews.com