Wednesday, February 07, 2007

Governor Romney on Kudlow & Company Tonight

We are pleased to welcome former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney to CNBC’s Kudlow & Company tonight. We will discuss his 2008 presidential run with an emphasis on Romney’s economic plan.

Mr. Romney is mulling over a cut in the top personal tax rate to 30 percent from 35 percent, as well as a reduction in the corporate income tax and deep cuts in Medicare and Social Security benefits.

He’s also expected to propose an expansion in tax-free savings accounts.

I plan on asking him about key social issues including his thoughts on gay marriage and abortion, as well as his current thinking on Iraq and Iran.

Tune in tonight to find out where he stands on taxes, spending, CEO pay, energy, healthcare, and more in our exclusive one-on-one interview...