Sunday show wrap-up: Boehner resignation grabs spotlight

Sunday show wrap-up: Boehner resignation grabs spotlight
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Boehner: ‘I would have gotten 400 votes, probably’   Boehner said the prospect of losing his leadership position did not factor in his decision to resign.

Boehner: There won’t be a shutdown   The outgoing Speaker said there would not be a shutdown over Planned Parenthood.

Carson: Time for Boehner to ‘move on’   “There’s a lot of unrest," the GOP presidential candidate said.

Boehner ally rips ‘classless’ Cruz   “This is a guy that for 25 years have a distinguished record in the House," Tom Cole said.

Kasich: What have Boehner critics accomplished?   The 2016 GOP candidate said Boehner's critics should "look in the mirror."

Jeb: We’re ‘going to miss’ Boehner   Bush said Boehner is focused on solving problems.

RNC chief: Boehner resignation a 'selfless act'   Priebus suggested Boehner's exit would help the House GOP avoid a major internal fight.

Gingrich: 'McCarthy will be the next Speaker'   Gingrich said conservatives who aren't sold on McCarthy don't have the votes to stop him.



Pelosi: No shutdown deal with Boehner   “No, I wish it were true,” Pelosi said Sunday.



Poll: Trump, Carson neck and neck atop GOP field   Carson's support has doubled since July.

Poll: Clinton leading Sanders by just 7 points   Clinton's lead over the Vermont senator was 60 points in June.


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Clinton bemoans ‘drip, drip, drip’ of email news   "I want these questions answered," she said.

Clinton explains shift on Keystone, other key issues   Clinton initially seemed to support the pipeline's construction.



O’Malley: Clinton email controversy threatens to define Democratic Party   O'Malley also criticized Clinton for waiting to announce her opposition to Keystone.



Sanders jabs Koch brothers over Walker exit   The Democratic presidential candidate said money still controls politics.



Ed Rendell predicts Biden won't run   "I think in the end he won't," said the former governor and DNC chairman.



Carly Fiorina, Chuck Todd clash over Planned Parenthood claims   Fiorina criticized the "Meet the Press" host for not asking Hillary Clinton about the issue.



Jeb Bush defends ‘free stuff’ comments   The GOP presidential candidate said his comments were taken out of context.



House Intelligence chairman: Middle East strategy ‘destined to fail’   Rep. Devin Nunes said Obama will have to "draw some real red lines in the sand."

UN ambassador defends arming Syrian rebels   “It’s obviously even more complex, I think, than we would have envisioned,” Power said.