Romney's campaign spokeswoman Andrea Saul has ticked off some conservatives after apparently stepping off message during an interview with Fox News, where while responding to the Obama SuperPac Ad accusing Mitt Romney of the death of a steelworker’s wife, Saul said the woman would have had health insurance if she lived in Massachusetts under Romneycare. While a great deal of analysis has centered on Saul, the quiet appointment of Bob Zoellick as the head of national security planning to the Romney transition team has drawn less attention than perhaps appropriate.
Foreign Policy notes that Zoellick, a former Bush Administration official, seems to some to be a little too pro-China, while not supportive enough to Israel.
On "Real News" Thursday the panel analyzed what we can learn from Romney by examining the advisors he has placed around him. Looking at the background of Zoellick and recent actions by Saul, is there a reason for conservatives to be worried? Watch a clip from the show below: