MSNBC.com editor Richard Wolffe was on the Leonard Lopate Show recently to talk about what happened behind the scenes of Pres. Obama's 2012 re-election campaign. He also told us about his love of cooking. Find out what else Richard Wolffe's a fan of!
Richard Wolffe talks about the marketers, message-shapers, and ad-makers behind President Obama’s 2012 reelection campaign. In The Message: The Reselling of President Obama, he describes the challenges—a dismal economy, the faded hopes of the first campaign, and a struggle for money—and how the campaign faced them.
Journalist and political analyst Richard Wolffe tells the dramatic inside story of the defining period of the Obama White House. Revival: The Struggle for Survival Inside the Obama White House is an epic tale that follows the president and his inner circle, and paints a portrait of a White House at work under exceptional strain across a sweeping set of challenges: from health care reform to a struggling economy, from two wars to terrorism.
Richard Wolffe, political analyst for MSNBC, talks about his exclusive access to Obama as told in his new book Renegade: The Making of a President. And Mark Hokoda of Chowhound reveals how to enjoy a global menu without the expense of a trip. Plus comedy group ‘The Striking Viking Story ...
For the first round of our annual quiz show, Richard Wolfe joins us from Newsweek. Richard is the magazine's senior White House correspondent, and will grill listeners on their knowledge of this year's campaign trail - and the cast of characters that traveled it.
Is Obama moving to the middle? Is McCain cleaning house? Newsweek'sRichard Wolffe brings us the latest news from the campaign trail. Plus: if you're a parent, you're probably no stranger to getting suckered by your kids. But, according to author Pamela Paul, the billion-dollar baby industry also has your ...
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