This is probably news to them.
The Republican had some harsh words for his party on Meet the Press.
How he responded to Colin Powell's endorsements of Obama in 2008 and 2012.
It's hard to misunderstand this gaffe.
"I think I'm a Republican of a more moderate mold. That's something of a dying breed, I'm sorry to say."
But we don't want to know what it is. Here's the video.
Who's got the moves?
The former secretary of state becomes the latest to slam Dick Cheney's memoir.
The former vice-president is a "very vindictive person."
The 'Morning Joe' panel discusses the former vice-president's tell-all book.
Apparently, the former VP's "cheap shots" did not have the desired effect.
The latest example: Callista Gingrich is being scapegoated for the campaign's implosion.
Decoding the Bush administration.
"I'm not committed to Barack Obama. I'm not committed to a Republican candidate."
Clinton tells Katie Couric that Powell misrepresented measure.
"You can't just have catchy phrases."
If "chiefs and commanders are comfortable with moving to change the policy then I support it."