Sexy Liberal Hal Sparks joins us in the Los Angeles Bureau at 6am for three hours of Humpdays With Hal
Political Strategist David Bender calls in at 6:30am to recap last night’s Iowa Caucuses
Mitt Romney defeated Rick Santorum in Tuesday’s Iowa caucuses by eight votes, the state GOP said early Wednesday, clinching what appears to be the closest-ever margin of victory in a Republican presidential contest.
Ron Paul finished a close third in last night’s Iowa Caucuses, according to the state GOP. Texas Gov. Rick Perry, who placed fifth, said late Tuesday that he would return to his home state to consider whether his campaign would continue.
Senator John McCain will endorse Mitt Romney as the Republican party’s presidential candidate, multiple sources close to the 2008 nominee told NBC News. McCain was expected to make the announcement in New Hampshire Wednesday, according to the sources.
President Obama addressed via video conference several Democratic caucus sites in Iowa Tuesday, four years after winning the state’s contest in a victory that fueled his campaign on a path to the nomination. “We’ve still got a lot of work to do. But think about the change that was accomplished because of those caucuses four years ago,” Obama said.