If you're a political insider, you probably don't look at the presidential candidates the same way voters do. But most of the country isn't inside the Beltway. The candidates have a tough job: to appeal to the masses. That means always looking, acting and sounding the part. But what about their clothes, their weight and their general appearance? Some analysts have said that shouldn't matter, but it does. That's why we grilled image consultant Yasmin Anderson-Smith about what the presidential hopefuls should change if they hope to get elected. Don't worry, no one was left out. We also ask about how President Obama comes off and if it's working for him for his re-election.
Also in tonight's episode, we talk to Roll Call's Paul Singer about Newt Gingrich's finances and how he made his millions. He didn't come from money, but now Gingrich is a self-made millionaire. It may surprise you though, even as Gingrich takes flack for his connection to K Street, it's actually Mitt Romney who's done a better job fundraising with them. Paul breaks down the money going into these campaigns and looks at both candidates financial standing.