Stephanie Cutter and S.E. Cupp host Crossfire tonight at 6:30pm ET. Tune in!
In this episode of Crossfire the debate got fiery over the new job numbers.
Our right guest, Fmr. RNC Chief Economist Nancy Pfotenhauer, debated the quality of these jobs and our left host fmr. Gov. of Michigan, Jennifer Granholm is confident more could have been done sooner if it wasn't for the GOP in Congress.
Who do you agree with?
The November jobs report has just been released and the U.S. has added more than 200,000 jobs, dropping the unemployment rate to 7%. This is the lowest unemployment rate in 5 years.
In the Crossfire: David Madland who is the Director of the American Worker Project at American Progress and Nancy Pfotenhauer who is the former chief economist for the RNC join S.E. Cupp and guest host Jennifer Granholm, the former Governor of Michigan, beginning at 6:30pm ET.
We want you to weigh in: Does President Obama deserve credit for the drop in unemployment?
Washington (CNN) – Red state-blue state governors Rick Perry and Martin O’Malley debated job creation and healthcare on Wednesday, with Perry equating adding people to Medicaid via Obamacare with “putting tens of thousands on the Titanic knowing how it’s going to turn out.”
Both men are thought to be contenders for the White House in 2016 and on CNN’s “Crossfire,” they aired out some of the key issues that are likely to define their campaigns should they run.
Perry: Medicaid broken like the Titanic
CNN's Stephanie Cutter questions Texas Gov. Rick Perry on why his state is refusing help from Obamacare.
Republican Texas Gov. Rick Perry and Democratic Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley have opposing views on the economy and are doing battle over which state has the better strategy when it comes to jobs and taxes.
"When you grow tired of Maryland taxes squeezing every time out of your business, think Texas, where we created more jobs than all other states combined," says Perry in the ads, "Maybe it's time to move your business to Texas."
Perry is also touring Maryland's largest gun manufacturer today as part of the ongoing effort to lure businesses to his home state.
O'Malley hit back with Washington Post op-ed arguing Maryland is a better place for business and jobs than Texas. He accuses Perry of slashing funding for education, health care and infrastructure. O'Malley says as a result, "Texas ranks 49th in high school graduation, 10th in the rate of poverty, and 50th in the percent of residents with even basic health insurance."
Watch the debate at 6:30pm ET on CNN.