Coming up this evening at 9 p.m., CNN's Wolf Blitzer returns to his role as "Piers Morgan Tonight" guest host, landing a primetime interview with world-renowned investigative reporter Bob Woodward.
One half of the famed "Woodward and Bernstein" team that helped break open the Watergate scandal of the 1970's, the 69-year-old author has a new book out – "The Price of Politics" – in which he offers criticism of the president:
"Obama hasn't found a way to connect to lots of people, foreign leaders, congressmen," explains the man behind 12 best-sellers.
Asked by Blitzer what to make of the recent scheduling drama between the president and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Woodward says it's unclear:
"We just don't know, because there are back channel communications, obviously. There is not a great deal of love between Obama and Netanyahu, or at least it looks like there is not."
Telling the tale of a well-respected and influential Democratic congressman who claims he's only met the president twice, Woodward further points to the commander-in-chief's inability to network and collaborate with others in his politics:
"The president hasn't connected with people in a way that you need to in diplomacy and in Washington budget and fiscal negotiations."
Watch the clip, and listen to the interview, then tune in this evening at 9 p.m. as Blitzer Woodward delve into the recent attacks in Libya which killed the U.S. Ambassador to Libya, 52-year-old J. Christopher Stevens, as well as three of his colleagues.
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