Neil Cavuto Archive
Published June 22, 2012
Ann Romney has multiple sclerosis. I have multiple sclerosis. Ann does not need your sympathy. I don't need your sympathy.
Published January 31, 2012
NEIL CAVUTO, FBN HOST: Well, if the polls prove true and that's always a big "if", will this be less of a victory for Mitt Romney and more of a rejection of Newt Gingrich? Because the GOP still not saying "Gee whiz" when it comes to Mitt Romney. Home Depot co-founder Ken Langone now supporting Romney for his (INAUDIBLE) New Jersey governor Chris Christie to Romney. Joins me on the phone. Ken, always good having you.
KEN LANGONE, HOME DEPOT CO-FOUNDER: Thanks for having me, Neil.
Published January 30, 2012
NEIL CAVUTO, HOST: Sacre Bleu, the French must really be fried. What else could explain President Nicolas Sarkozy wanting to hike the country's value-added tax, or VAT, to 21.2 percent, a far cry from the original rate of about 16 percent.
To former U.S. Comptroller General David Walker, who says America should take no. If you won't cut, you keep hiking. And still the debt keeps growing.
Published January 19, 2012
Another go showing the unions no love. This time, it is not Republican Chris Christie in New Jersey. This time it's democrat Andrew Cuomo next door in New York.
Cuomo clamping down, pushing union members to pony up, and now unions are fed up and now fighting back. Tonight a democrat base getting in his face.
Published January 18, 2012
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MITT ROMNEY (R), PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE: Don't attack profit. Profit, by the way, it was allows businesses to hire people and grow. Free enterprise is under attack from the right and from the left. We've got to stop it and stand up for American freedom everywhere we see it.
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Published January 17, 2012
NEIL CAVUTO, FBN HOST: Well now there are tapes on the day the Italian authorities confirmed another five deaths from that cruise ship disaster. Now 11 killed in all, two dozen still missing. The captain under house arrest.
The government today releasing this audio of the Coast Guard pleading with that captain to return to the ship.
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UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Go. Call me when you are on board. My air rescue team is there. He is at the bow, get going. There already corpses, Catino. Move.
Published January 16, 2012
NEIL CAVUTO, HOST: Well (INAUDIBLE) is causing pain, and not just for Mitt. Now for Newt, the pro-Gingrich group behind that Romney attack ad refusing to take it down. Even though Gingrich has told the to ditch or at least fix the mistakes. My next guest says all of these attacks are way off base because Romney is a big reason why his company got as big as it was and he is so successful. Staples (INAUDIBLE) former CEO Tom Steinberg joins me now.
Tom, so, (INAUDIBLE) playing the unique role in that, could you explain?
Published January 10, 2012
NEIL CAVUTO, HOST: Anyway, my next guest says if the economy is such a big deal in New Hampshire, where I think as Martha was pointing out earlier as well, the state has been doing pretty well, that has got to be a worry for the president of the United States.
Todd Buchholz is a top economic adviser to George Bush Senior. Todd, I'm Barack Obama. I am looking at that in the state with unemployment barely at five percent. I should be a rock star. But in that state, I'm not. What is going wrong?
Published January 09, 2012
NEIL CAVUTO, HOST: Now the president is taking heat from ICE. The Immigration Agents Union reportedly boycotting the training on new immigration rules. Members are saying that the administration's push to speed up deportations of a few illegals with criminal records will allow the many other illegals to stay in the country.
Published January 05, 2012
Well, don't look now but maybe the economy isn't it for Mitt - the good news on jobs that could just save the president's job.
Companies are hiring. People are spending. Tonight, the Wall Street honcho saying, "Add it all up - all of these Republican guys are going down" and now, they're sticking it to Rick. Santorum slammed, not for his spending record in the senate, but for his making money after leaving the senate.