Laura Ingraham hosted Bob Woodward, author of "The Price of Politics".
Woodward said he tries in his book to portray President Obama's relationship with the Congress concerning the economy and the debt. He said that Larry Summers, the economic czar, said Obama didn't like the people in Congress to work for them. He said a president needs to have personal relationships with people and that Obama is even distant with Congressional leaders. He said no one stands up to Obama and that Harry Reid had to have his chief of staff to the job. He said the US is in a time of peril in which the country needs to borrow another trilliong dollars.
Woodward said this is all the performance review for the president and Congress. He stated that Obama said he would give up an election to solve this, but Ingraham said he could do this right now and Woodward agreed - it is a rhetorical agreement. Woodward noted this is worse than a fiscal cliff and would ask if he were the debate moderator, he'd call him out on this. He said this is the number one issue that no one is talking about. Ingraham interjected that Romney needs to spell out his details and that Obama is president and needs to deal with this all as it will define his presidency and legacy. Woodward cited Bill Clinton and the Congress who were able to work together as Obama and Congress isn't.