Interview with Democratic Presidential Candidate Pete Buttigieg; Interview with Senator Kevin Cramer; Interview with Former Governor John Kasich
First, Jake speaks with Democratic presidential candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg about President Trump's decision to pull troops out of Syria, the impeachment inquiry and Beto O'Rourke's proposal to strip religious institutions of their tax-exempt status if they don't support LGBTQ rights. Then, Jake talks to Republican Senator Kevin Cramer about the conflict in northern Syria and whether or not it is acceptable for a President to ask a foreign leader to investigate political rivals. Then, Jake talks to former Governor John Kasich about the current state of the Republican Party and the implications of the impeachment inquiry. Then, our panel of Rep. Anthony Brown, Xochitl Hinojosa, Linda Chavez, and Scott Jennings discuss Hunter Biden's decision to step down from a foreign board to avoid the appearance of a conflict of interest. Finally, Jake takes a look at a several Republican officials' past views on oversight and how they have changed their views now.
Interview with Republican Presidential Candidates Mark Sanford and Joe Walsh; Interview with Democratic Presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar; Jake looks at how history will judge Republican lawmakers for their response to President Trump's recent actions.
First, Jake speaks with two of President Trump's Republican challengers -former Congressmen Joe Walsh and Mark Sanford -who debate impeachment and whether they would vote for Trump over a Democrat. Then, Jake talks to Democratic Senator and Presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar about Democrats' handling of the impeachment inquiry and the next steps if it reaches the Senate. Then, our panel of Amanda Carpenter, Karen Finney, Linda Chavez, and former Mayor Mitch Landrieu discuss the Republican response to the President's latest actions and the impact of impeachment on the 2020 race. Finally, Jake takes a look at a historical lesson for Republican Senators equivocating on Trump's latest attempts to solicit foreign interference.
Interview with House Democratic Caucus Chairman Rep. Hakeem Jeffries on the impeachment inquiry into President Trump; Interview with Republican Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio on the whistleblower's complaint on Ukraine; Interview with 2020 presidential candidate
First, Jake talks with House Democratic Caucus Chairman Rep. Hakeem Jeffries about their impeachment inquiry into President Trump and Democrat. Then, Jake sits down with Republican Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio to lay out the facts about the President's conversation with Ukraine, the whistleblower's complaint and whether it was appropriate to store the transcript in a tightly-held classified system. Next, Jake interviews 2020 presidential candidate Cory Booker about how the impeachment inquiry is impacting the 2020 campaign. Then, Democratic Rep. Elissa Slotkin of Michigan, David Urban, Aisha Moodie-Mills and Bill Kristol break down what the impeachment inquiry means. Finally, Jake shares his thoughts on elections in Afghanistan and a lesson for the United States.
Interview with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Trump's Ukraine call, Iran sanctions, and the Trump administration's record on the climate crisis; Interview with House Intelligence Chair Adam Schiff on Trump pushing Ukraine to investigate Biden and th
First, Jake sits down with Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and presses him on President Trump's Ukraine call, new Iranian sanctions, and the Administration's lack of action on the climate crisis. Then, Jakes talks with House Intelligence Chair Adam Schiff about the implications of Trump pushing Ukraine to investigate Biden, renewed calls for impeachment, and the whistleblower complaint being blocked from Congress. Then, our panel discusses CNN's brand new Iowa poll showing no clear leader between Warren and Biden, as well as Trump pressing the Ukrainian President. Finally, in the State of the Cartoonion Jake imagines Sean Spicer learning some new dance moves more in line with his time in the White House.
Interview with Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg on health care and 2020 politics; Interview with Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul on foreign policy and gun control; Interview with Democratic presidential candidate Andrew Yang on his freedom dividen
First, Jake sits down with South Bend Mayor and Democratic presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg to talk about his health care plan, plans for gun control in the Democratic Party and recent criticisms of Vice President Joe Biden. Then, Jake interviews Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul about his feud with Rep. Liz Cheney, the latest in Afghanistan and Saudi Arabia, and the possibility of gun control legislation in Congress. Next, Jake talks with Democratic presidential candidate entrepreneur Andrew Yang about his plan to give $1,000 per month to every American and Asian-American slurs from SNL's Shane Gillis. Then, Jennifer Granholm, Rick Santorum, Aisha Moodie-Mills and Bill Kristol join Jake to discuss criticism of Biden's comments on the legacy of slavery on the debate stage. In this week's State of the Cartoonion, Jake takes a look at swearing on the 2020 campaign trail.