CNN chief political analyst Gloria Borger reports on the life, politics, and mission of presumptive GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney, for a 90-minute documentary airing on the eve of the Republican National Convention in Tampa, FL.
Borger's insightful profile includes interviews with Mitt and Ann Romney, eldest son Tagg, and former gubernatorial chief of staff, former campaign manager, and closest aide Beth Myers for an intimate look at a personal side of the candidate as father, family man, business leader, politician, and man of faith. Adding commentary about Romney’s 2008 and 2012 campaigns for president are senior campaign adviser Eric Fehrnstrom, CNN contributor and Romney 2008 campaign adviser Alex Castellanos, CNN contributor Erick Erickson, and Democratic consultant Tad Devine.
Borger also speaks with former U.S. Rep. Patrick Kennedy (D-RI) about Romney’s run for the U.S. Senate against his father, the late Sen. Ted Kennedy (D-MA), and reviews Romney’s tenure as Governor of Massachusetts, CEO of the 2002 Olympics Organizing Committee, his missionary work, as well as his current history-making campaign.
ROMNEY REVEALED: FAMILY, FAITH AND THE ROAD TO POWER premieres Sunday, August 26 at 8:00pm and 11:00pm ET & PT on CNN/US.
Date: 24 August 2012Contact: Joel Brown, Senior Press Officer CNN Europe, Middle East & Africa + 44 20 7693 0967 email@example.com
For the past 17 months, Syria has been in a state of war. Relentless bombardments from the government-controlled army have civilians fleeing and rebels taking up arms.
Whenever possible, CNN's correspondents have covered the conflict from the inside, and recently, Ben Wedeman, Ivan Watson and their small crews risked their lives to do just that.
They snuck into northern Syria, reporting in and around the city of Aleppo – the latest flashpoint of the fighting. In this city of more than two million people, daily life is reduced to dodging bullets and bombs.
Wedeman and Watson were in the streets of northern Syria and on the front lines of the fighting to meet the faces of the Syrian rebellion, and the civilians caught in the crossfire.
In a CNN International special, ‘Syria: Behind the Line’, Wedeman and Watson reflect on their journeys – a rare glimpse into what it was like to report from inside Syria – with stories and insight only they can provide from their time behind the line.