Following his selection as Mitt Romney's running mate, Paul Ryan's controversial entitlement reform plan has taken center stage. Democrats have attacked that proposal, saying Ryan – and now by extension, Romney – would dismantle Medicare.
On Starting Point this morning, senior Romney campaign advisor John Sununu responds to this claim, asserting that Romney "supports the concepts" that are in the Ryan plan but has his own plan for reforming Medicare.
Sununu also debates the veracity of Romney's claim that the president cut $700 billion from Medicare to pay for the Affordable Care Act, insisting that this is the big difference between Romney and Ryan's plans.
Actor Noah Wyle was arrested at a protest in Washington D.C. Hundreds of people gathered at a Congressional office building to protest potential cuts in Medicaid. It's been proposed by House Republicans.
The rally was organized by ADAPT, the Americans with Disabilities for Attendant Programs Today.
Noah Wyle talks with Soledad this morning on "Starting Point" and explains what happened.