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Former two-term Michigan governor Jennifer Granholm would quite possibly have been on the list for future Presidential candidates — had she been born in the U. Granholm: None of the prime-time shows have a host who's been a Governor and Attorney General. This is a show for political junkies who want to know what the conversations are in war rooms across the country. Al Gore called and said, "We're building our prime-time lineup and we want to add a show. It will be fun." TV Guide Magazine: You follow the passionate Cenk Uygur and the unpredictable Keith Olbermann on Current TV. I really want to have conversations that take it deeper. I want those viewers but to have a larger footprint, [to] reach more women for instance. We'll have the posters and campaign buttons, everything but the pizza boxes. In the first weeks of the show, we'll go to Chicago and see what the war room of the Obama campaign is like.
Starting tonight at 9/8c on Current TV, she will host that basically liberals will love it, the right wing will hate it and moderates will appreciate it. Jennifer Granholm: We are making no bones about that I am coming from a Democratic/progressive point of view. I'd love to have thoughtful Republicans come on so we can have a conversation about what TV Guide Magazine: There are a lot of political shows already out there, what need will you fill? I was teaching at Berkley, and doing a variety of other things. This is only a year and you'll be following the campaigns really closely. [ because it's thoughtful and doesn't talk down to people. Granholm: Current has a very techie younger audience.
Granholm: For the purpose of running for President? [You know a serial killer was one of the bachelors on that. I know that Arnold Schwarzenegger did but not a serial killer.
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TV Guide Magazine: Do you think the endless rounds of GOP candidates' debates are good for the electorate? TV Guide Magazine: Do you think there was some truth about Michelle Bachmann's claim about sexist condescension, despite what you may think of her politics? Obama's got to demonstrate that he's on America's side and the other guy created the problems that are causing the economic difficulties in America. I don't know if any of Romney's companies ended up outsourced, but most private equity does.
Granholm: It's great entertainment: political gladiators. It's fantastic that so many people are interested in watching the debates. If you didn't have as many debates, you'd have less educated voters. I actually prepared Vice President Biden for his debate in the last election. The question is what will Mitt Romney do as president if his policy is simply to be hands off and let the government be made so small it can be drowned in a bathtub.
You get people on Twitter chatting as its happening. People want to see how the candidates react under fire. TV Guide Magazine: Assuming that Mitt Romney gets the nomination, how will he do in debates against Barack Obama? In the 21st century global economy, no state alone has the ability to compete against China. They've said they still very much want to have me on.
Granholm added that she considers Michigan a "purplish" state, but predicted a win for Obama, who carried the state in 2008 with 16% of the vote.She served in that position for a single term, from 1999 until 2003, when she assumed the role of governor. Granholm was sworn in as the 47th Governor of the state of Michigan on January 1, 2003.In 2004, Granholm was inducted into the Michigan Women's Hall of Fame. The main issue facing the governor has been the massive budget deficit.I was not - didn't have any medication," she said Wednesday on CNN's "Newsroom." "I was high on democracy," Her comments came one day after President Barack Obama's former auto industry adviser, Steven Rattner, suggested on MSNBC that Granholm "must have had some medications or something in her system." "I worked with her," Rattner said."That's not the Jennifer Granholm I knew." On the final night of the DNC, Granholm revved up the Time Warner Cable arena in Charlotte, North Carolina with a rousing and spirited defense of the bailouts of Chrysler and General Motors.
During the 2008 presidential election, Granholm stood in as Republican vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin in a series of practice debates with Democratic vice presidential nominee Joseph Biden. Granholm had to eliminate upwards of $200 per person from state budget expenditures.