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October 14th, 2010
10:17 PM ET

The Teaser for Friday, October, 15, 2010

"The Teaser” is a preview of the guests we have lined up for the next day – so you know when to tune in (and when to set your alarm!). Guests and times are always subject to change.

6:40AM Robbie Vorhaus, Communications Strategist, Vorhaus & Company, on the media frenzy the miners are going through.  What's next and how are they going to handle the media attention?

7:40AM Ed Rollins, CNN Sr. Political Analyst and Republican Strategist and Kiki McLean, Democratic Strategist, with reaction on Thursday’s Senate debate between Harry Reid and Sharron Angle. Plus they weigh in on First Lady Michelle Obama’s religious reference telling radio host Tom Joyner that she's grateful for people's prayers and for their help in keeping "the spirits clean around us."

8:10AM Candy Crowley, Chief Political Correspondent and Host of CNN's State of the Union, with her reaction to the debate between Harry Reid and Sharron Angle, President Obama and VP Biden stumping in Delaware for Chris Coons and a preview of this Sunday's State of the Union.

8:40AM Joe Hagan, Contributing Editor, New York Magazine, on his latest article about the California gubernatorial race and why the rest of the country should care about this, not just Californians.

8:50AM Pauline Lachance, Historian and Archivist at the Liberace Museum, on the Liberace Museum closing its doors on October 17th  after 31 years in Las Vegas.  What are her favorite memories of the flamboyant pianist?

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  1. Justin N

    To be honest- No! I do not want all politicians to be like 'me'. I'm slightly overweight, not that smart, and change the channel when I miss questions on 'Are you smarter than a fifth grader'! I want someone better than me. Not necessarily 'richer', but just overall smarter. If I were president, or even someone like me, things would probably suck. Let's get someone who's had experience with politics before, please.

    October 15, 2010 at 6:40 am |