Friday News Roundup - Hour 1
The fight over medicare contributed to an election victory on Tuesday for Democrats in one of New York’s most conservative congressional districts. On Wednesday, the Senate rejected a House GOP plan to reshape medicare. Republicans unveiled a plan to spur job growth by lowering the top tax rate. The administration said it would aid businesses by revamping regulations. And the Justice Department prepared possible criminal charges against former presidential candidate John Edwards.
Washington bureau chief for USA Today.
political analyst, FOX News.
White House correspondent, The Wall Street Journal.
Friday News Roundup Video
The panelists discuss the future work of Elizabeth Warren, Special Adviser to the Secretary of Treasury on the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. "Elizabeth Warren has become such a lightening rod...somehow, she's come to represent the idea of overly-intrusive government, overly-regulated government - the Obama administration trying to hamstring big business, and that's what it has come down to," said Fox News political analyst Juan Williams: