On today's Sunday shows: Romney pledges to release his tax returns, Gingrich goes on the offensive, Boehner attacks Obama in advance of the president's State of the Union address, and Gov. Chris Christie will not rule out a vice presidential bid.
Romney to Release Tax Returns on Tuesday
Speaking on Fox News Sunday, Mitt Romney said he will release his tax returns for 2010, along with an estimate of his 2011 returns, on Tuesday. "We made a mistake holding off as long as we did," he said.
Boehner Calls Obama Policies ‘Pathetic’
Anticipating the president's State of the Union address on Tuesday, House Speaker John Boehner called President Obama's policies “pathetic” and implored him to “go in a new direction” to improve the economy.
Christie Skeptical, But Won’t Rule Out Veep Role
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who declined to run for president and threw his support behind Romney, said on Sunday that he was skeptical of a vice presidential bid but would not rule it out.
Graham: Gingrich is ‘Maturing’
South Carolina Republican Senator Lindsey Graham said that, while he would not endorse any of the presidential candidates yet, he was pleased that Newt Gingrich had changed for the better since his days as House Speaker.
Gingrich says He’s a Threat to Obama
Newt Gingrich on Sunday morning tried to cast himself as the toughest threat to President Obama, fresh off his blow-out victory in South Carolina.
Romney Blames Bad Week
Following his second-place showing in South Carolina on Saturday, Romney characterized his performance as the result of a bad week for him and a good week for Gingrich.
Santorum: ‘This is a Three-Person Race’
Rick Santorum wants Floridians to know that he’s still in the presidential race. So went his message on Sunday, following a disappointing third-place finish in South Carolina.
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