Laura Ingraham hosted George Stephanopoulos of ABC News.
Stephanopoulos agreed with Ingraham that there have been so many churches targeted in Egypt. He also said the death toll there is over 700 and that the US has been reduced to bystander through these political crosswinds. Ingraham cited all the hype and hope when Obama took office and Stephanopoulos said our relative influence is waning and other nations are rising in power. He added that other nations can and will do more for Egypt. He stated that the Muslim Brotherhood didn't lead democratically, were deposed by the military and now there's chaos. Ingraham and Stephanopoulos agreed that not enough attention is devoted to violence against Christians and other minorities. He added that the US doesn't know where its interests are and that the "democratic" vote wasn't in Egypt.
Stephanopoulos said that the reason the question of contraceptives came up at a townhall meetings with Rick Santorum. He thinks Reince Priebus wants more control over debates. He said he would not go back into politics and serve in a Hillary Clinton administration if she was elected.