Laura Ingraham hosted Ed Henry of Fox News.
Henry spoke of how census questions have been altered so that it appears more favorable in data for the administration. President Obama is meeting with insurance executives to sort this out.
Henry explained the dust up between President Obama and Majority Leader Eric Cantor as to their phone exchange where Obama said he called with Passover greetings and Cantor saying he told Obama off about immigration reform. Ingraham said Cantor's remarks are self-serving due to the primary challenge he's getting from the right. Meanwhile, Henry said Obama is trying to focus on the economy.
Henry responded to Attorney General Eric Holder's speech for Al Sharpton's National Action Network where he insisted he and President Obama have been treated differently, presumably due to race. Ingraham and Henry agreed that power should be challenged regardless of race or sex.
Henry said Jeb Bush and his team are making moves to run, but also seems ambivalent and coy as is Hillary Clinton. Henry said the GOP wants someone with fire in the belly. He feels Bush is doing an internal gut check right now, but could be a strong candidate. Ingraham stated that the dynasties cancel each other out with a potential Clinton and Bush presidential race.