In the hypothetical battle of Elizabeth Warren vs. Hillary Clinton in 2016, one former Clinton opponent is putting his money on the former secretary of the state, but not without caveats.
On tonight's show, 52% of viewers who responded to our fireback question said they believe Warren could beat Clinton in a Democratic primary.
Former New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, who ran against Clinton (and Obama) in 2008 in the Democratic presidential primary, disagreed. Full story
The Warren vs. Clinton debate
Former Govs. Tim Pawlenty and Bill Richardson debate over Elizabeth Warren and Hillary Clinton making a Presidential bid in 2016.
Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren says she's not seeking the White House.
"I'm not running for president and I plan to serve out my term," Warren, who's up for reelection in 2018, said in December.
But she sure is acting like a potential 2016 contender. She's traveling around the country, introducing herself to voters, testing her message - the sort of thing that candidates do...
At 6:30pm ET, S.E. Cupp and Van Jones host a debate with former Governors Tim Pawlenty and Bill Richardson.
Could Elizabeth Warren defeat Hillary Clinton in a Democratic primary?
On tonight's Crossfire, hosts Stephanie Cutter and S.E. Cupp debate solutions to unemployment with the United State's struggling economy.
Guests fmr. Gov Tim Pawlenty and fmr. Labor Secretary Robert Reich spar over what the plan of action should be. Who were you siding with during the debate?
President Barack Obama traveled to North Carolina today to announce another bid to revive America's manufacturing sector, a first step in his newly imposed "year of action" that avoids Congressional approval for measures to boost the economy. Read the full story here.
But how do we get this economy moving faster? What is the best prescription for job creation?
At 6:30pm ET. Fmr. Labor Secretary Robert Reich and former Gov. Tim Pawlenty (R-MN) join S.E. Cupp and Stephanie Cutter to debate the economy.
We want you to weigh in: Can Washington do anything to improve the economy this year?
Hawaii Gov. Neil Abercrombie responds to Newt Gingrich's ideas on how the U.S. can break out of the economy.
Can Congress avoid another government shutdown? With end-of-the year deadlines fast approaching, is the battle over extending unemployment insurance putting an overall budget deal at risk? And if Congress is just punting on the tough issues again, what will the impact be back home?
In the Crossfire: Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie and former Minnesota Governor Tim Pawlenty join Newt Gingrich and Van Jones tonight at 6:30pm ET.
We want you to weigh in: Do you support extending unemployment benefits for the long-term unemployed?
(CNN) – As 2016 chatter heats up, two political insiders spill their potential picks for their respective party's presidential nominee.
CNN political commentator and Democratic strategist Donna Brazile said if Hillary Clinton doesn't run, Vice President Joe Biden might just take the cake.
"I would love to see a woman in the White House and so my money right now would stay on Hillary," Brazile said Monday on CNN's Crossfire.
"But if Joe Biden, I got to tell you, he's been a champion for women's' equality, and I would toss my support to Joe Biden,' she told Crossfire co-host S.E. Cupp.
For his part, former Minnesota governor and 2012 Republican presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty, given a choice between GOP favorites Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, or New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, would pick Christie.
"Christie would be a stronger candidate," Pawlenty said to Crossfire co-host Van Jones. "No question in my mind."