Dec 19, 2019
Henry Olsen, a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center and a Washington Post columnist, compares the U.K.'s elections with those of the U.S. and discusses the potential fallout from impeachment. He also parses the parties' strategies around race, gender, and class, and names the people who may be best...
Dec 11, 2019
Sarah Isgur, who served as spokeswoman for the Department of Justice under Jeff Sessions, joins the show this week to talk about impeachment, the IG report criticizing the FBI's handling of the Russia investigation, the 2020 presidential campaign and Sessions's campaign prospects in Alabama.
Dec 5, 2019
David de la Fuente, the senior political analyst in the Social Policy and Politics program at Third Way, is on to analyze the shifting presidential field, evaluate the impact of impeachment, and discuss the voters that often go overlooked in Washington. Plus, he breaks down the most important states for Democrats in...
Nov 15, 2019
Noam Lee, the executive director of the Democratic Governors Association, breaks down the results of the governors races in Kentucky and Mississippi, looks at the upcoming election in Louisiana, shares the 2020 races he's most focused on, and addresses some candidates who may be controversial.
Nov 6, 2019
House Editor of the Cook Political reporter Dave Wasserman joins the show to discuss the fallout from Tuesday's consequential governor races in Mississippi and Kentucky, Democrats controlling all three branches of government in Virginia and how it all fits into the 2020 race.