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Coming Up on Meet the Press - Romney Talks Healthcare

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One year since the 2012 presidential election, we'll talk exclusively with the former Republican nominee, Mitt Romney, about the rollout of Obamacare. What would a President Romney have done differently? Plus, from the government shutdown to national security, we'll get his view on where the U.S. is headed.

Mitt Romney's successor, Gov. Deval Patrick (D-MA), joins us to respond and make the case for why the health care reform that is in effect in Massachusetts, will work across the country.

President Obama is facing challenges at home and abroad over the implementation of the new health care law and allegations of high-level spying on United States allies. How do these issues affect his second term priorities and will they provide an opportunity for Republicans to rebound? Our roundtable weighs in: former Senior Adviser to the president when health care reform became law, David Axelrod; Washington Post Associate Editor Bob Woodard; editor of the Weekly Standard Bill Kristol; and anchor of BBC World News America, Katty Kay.
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One year since the 2012 presidential election, we'll talk exclusively with the former Republican nominee, Mitt Romney, about the rollout of Obamacare. What would a President Romney have done differently? Plus, from the government shutdown to national security, we'll get his view on where the U.S. is headed.

Mitt Romney's successor, Gov. Deval Patrick (D-MA), joins us to respond and make the case for why the health care reform that is in effect in Massachusetts, will work across the country.

President Obama is facing challenges at home and abroad over the implementation of the new health care law and allegations of high-level spying on United States allies. How do these issues affect his second term priorities and will they provide an opportunity for Republicans to rebound? Our roundtable weighs in: former Senior Adviser to the president when health care reform became law, David Axelrod; Washington Post Associate Editor Bob Woodard; editor of the Weekly Standard Bill Kristol; and anchor of BBC World News America, Katty Kay. Show less
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