Tassler also interviewed "CBS This Morning" co-host Norah O'Donnell who discussed how to channel her daughter's "confident or authoritative behaviors" when she acts like a "little CEO" towards a positive direction such as developing executive leadership . Gayle King asked if this fight placed the GOP in a bad light, while Norah O’Donnell wondered why the Senate Judiciary Committee wouldn’t hold a hearing for him. In February, Rose and co-anchors Gayle King and Norah O'Donnell gave CBS its best morning ratings in 22 years with an average of 3.94 million viewers. The program still trails ABC's "Good Morning America" (5.07 million viewers in February) and NBC's "Today . Norah O'Donnell touted, "President Obama has been practicing with some might call soft shoe diplomacy during his visit to Argentina". "The United States when it reflects on what happened here has to examine its past". Gayle King asked if this fight placed the GOP in a bad light, while Norah O’Donnell wondered why the Senate Judiciary Committee wouldn’t hold a hearing for him. NORAH O'DONNELL (CO-HOST): Senator, you know that surveillance program was in effect in New York. It has been disbanded, as you mentioned. You also know it didn't lead to any leads, any intelligence tips. They said it didn't work. It didn't work. A few minutes ago on “CBS This Morning,” Ted Cruz had a little trouble answering questions from Nora O’Donnell on his new domestic anti-terror plan to “empower law enforcement to patrol and secure Muslim neighborhoods before they become radicalized.” One interesting aspect of this is that, as I noted earlier, Ted Cruz is being attacked today by everyone from President Obama to Police Commissioner Bill Bratton to CBS's Norah O'Donnell for suggesting that, in the wake of the Brussels attack, it is . NORAH O'DONNELL: President Obama has been practicing with some might call soft shoe diplomacy during his visit to Argentina. The US president "was telling me he didn't know how to dance (tango)", Godoy said.