Dr. Oz Makes Final Bid to Connect With Pennsylvania Voters
In this week’s episode of The Dr. Oz Show, Dr. Oz is making his final attempt to connect with voters in Pennsylvania.
The final “Pennsylvania Miracle” edition of The Dr. Oz Show will air on Tuesday, November 6 at 8/7 central at 6:30 p.m.
Today, Dr. Oz and his guest Larry Kudlow sat down to discuss his show, his new book What To Expect When No One’s Expecting and his views on Pennsylvania politics.
In a recent article titled: “Pennsylvania Miracle in the Making”, Larry Kudlow writes: “We are witnessing a miraculous transformation in the Commonwealth…I am writing this in the middle of the night, and I am not even sure my eyes are open yet. There is something happening in Pennsylvania that I have never seen before. Perhaps the governor and legislative leaders are having a bad day, or perhaps they are just being exceptionally brave. Either way, what we are witnessing is an almost surreal scene in the political world. There has never been anything like it in American political history.”
Dr. Oz is a popular radio host and television personality and he also serves as the communications producer and occasional political commentator for Fox News Channel and for CNN News, where he has appeared numerous times on CNN’s The Situation Room, Inside Politics and other programs. In 2006, Dr. Oz served as a political analyst on the network’s Hannity, where he co-anchored his own show in the evenings. He was a correspondent for NBC’s Meet the Press and a guest host on the Fox News and Fox Business programs. He has also been a panelist on Fox News Channel’s Red Eye, Fox News Sunday and Fox News Sunday Magazine.
At the request of the Fox News Channel legal department, Dr. Oz and Dr. Kudlow agreed to participate in a one-man show about the state of political affairs in Pennsylvania. While in Pennsylvania, they sat down with the three most popular political figures in the state, Governor Tom Corbett, House Speaker Mike Turzai and Lt. Governor Tom Wolf. They also spoke to several of the state’s top public servants, including Gov. Tom Corbett’s chief of