Jon Stewart couldn’t get Hillary Clinton to declare her candidacy for president on his show.
Former second lady said there are different levels of enthusiasm to get involved in politics.
Tuesday will be Clinton’s third appearance, but first since running for president in 2008.
The governor is asking if "our country can do better and whether I can help us do better."
The New Jersey Gov. offered a wide critique of Obama’s domestic and foreign policies.
“I don’t think the Republican Party is fighting it,” Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker said.
Maryland Gov. Martin O’Malley argues unaccompanied minors deserve due-process in the immigration system.
"Multiple people can beat her. Hillary Clinton is not unbeatable," he said.
The former ambassador has waded into the midterm elections this cycle in an effort to boost his profile.
Democrats have said since Iowa state Sen. Joni Ernst (R) first became the GOP Senate front-runner that they’d be able to paint her as outside the mainstream, a clone of her big-name backer, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R). Now they’re getting some traction with that argument.