Brooke talks with retired General Michael Hayden about current threats to America's safety including cyber attacks, White House leaks and chemical weapons. Hayden states he does not think Bashar al-Assad will release chemical weapons on the people of Syria.
Brooke talks with former Special Inspector General for the Troubled Asset Relief Program Neil Barofsky about his new book that highlights some of the lessons learned from the 2008 crash. He tells Brooke he was "shocked" by the amount of control Wall Street has over Washington, and says we are "headed for the same cliff that we were in 2008.”
Brooke talks with CNN's Fareed Zakaria about Mitt Romney's trip to london and how foreign policy will impact the 2012 presidential campaign. Zakaria says Republican insiders have admitted to him that Romney has been "amateurish" on foreign policy.