Sunday show wrap-up: Speaker's race dominates

Sunday show wrap-up: Speaker's race dominates
© Greg Nash


Founder: Freedom Caucus not sold on Ryan   "I think our group would be favorable towards him, but we’re not there yet,” Jim Jordan said.

House Freedom Caucus member: What about Bishop for Speaker?   "We should be fighting the Democrats," Rep. Raúl Labrador said.

GOP rep: Ryan the ‘right man for the right moment’   "If my friend Paul RyanPaul Davis RyanSenate Dems build huge cash edge in battlegrounds Kelly lobbied Republicans to rebuke Trump after Putin press conference: report Lobbying world MORE decides to run, I think ultimately he'll win," Tom Cole said.

Trump: ‘We need a toughness’ in next Speaker   Trump said he would be "OK" with Paul Ryan as Speaker.

Carson: ‘I like Paul Ryan’   “I think he would do a fine job," Carson said.

Gingrich: Ryan could ‘resemble BoehnerJohn Andrew BoehnerFive GOP lawmakers mulling bid to lead conservative caucus Ex-lawmakers see tough job market with trade groups Veterans are left out of medical marijuana protections MORE’ if not careful   “I think Paul should be very cautious,” Gingrich said.

Hewitt slams House Freedom Caucus   The conservative radio host said the House is being held hostage.



Sanders rips Clinton for inconsistencies on trade, Keystone   “People will have to contrast my consistency ... with [Clinton]," Sanders said.

Sanders: Why don’t you ask Republicans if they’re capitalists?   The Democratic candidate said he's tired of questions about whether he's a socialist.

DNC chief dodges question about Sanders's socialism   Debbie Wasserman Schultz said the GOP field is full of "circus performer candidates."



Wasserman Schultz: We'd welcome Biden   The DNC chief confirmed that Biden staffers met with committee officials.



O’Malley slams Clinton on trade   "This race is really just beginning for the Democratic Party," O'Malley said.



Poll: Trump maintains lead as outsiders surge   Outsider candidates combine for 63 percent in CBS News poll.



Trump on refugees: ‘They look like prime-time soldiers’   "Where are the women?” he asked.



Jindal doubles down on criticism of Oregon shooter’s father   “I absolutely believe he has no right to be lecturing the rest of us,” Jindal said.



Christie's wife: We're a team   Mary Pat Christie is stumping for her husband in both Iowa and New Hampshire.



Fired Benghazi staffer: Committee is out to get Clinton   A former investigator says the House panel wants to focus on Hillary, not the attack.



Froman optimistic about support for massive Asia-Pacific deal   The U.S. trade representative said he believes people will "come to a positive judgment."



McConnell denounces Obama's 'mind-boggling' foreign policy   McConnell says the GOP needs to pick a 2016 nominee who can win in "purple states."