Interview with South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg on his 2020 campaign for President; Interview with former Congressman Beto O'Rourke on his 2020 campaign for President; State of the Cartoonion on the 2020 candidates carpooling on the campaign trail.
First, Jake sits down with 2020 presidential candidate South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg on President Trump's willingness to accept foreign election interference, the latest tensions in Iran and starting a family in the White House. Next, Jake talks with former Congressman Beto O'Rourke of Texas about the crisis at the border, calls for impeachment against President Trump and his stalled poll numbers in the 2020 race. Then, Amanda Carpenter, former Gov. Jennifer Granholm, former Sen. Rick Santorum and Karen Finney join Jake on the panel to discuss the President's willingness to accept foreign help and the latest in the 2020 campaign. Finally, in this week's State of the Cartoonion, Jake imagines what would happen if Mayor Pete Buttigieg's idea of a 2020 carpool became reality.
Interview with Sen. Bernie Sanders on health care and his plan for 2020; A look at Melania Trump's fashion during the UK trip.
First, Dana interviews 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders on his current second place polling in a new CNN/Des Moines Register Iowa poll, his plan for a free college, his views as a Democratic socialist and what that means for his campaign. Dana also talks about trade and the President's deal to avoid tariffs with Mexico, as well as immigration, the Hyde Amendment, his efforts to pressure Walmart to raise the minimum wage and his foreign policy goals with Iran and Iraq. Then, Scott Jennings, Jennifer Psaki, Bill Kristol and Aisha Moodie-Mills join Dana to break down the latest in the 2020 race and the President's tariff threat. Finally, Kate Bennett joins Dana to talk about the hidden message in First Lady Melania Trump's fashion choices abroad.
Interview with Sen. Cory Booker on gun violence; Interview with acting Secretary of Homeland Security Kevin McAleenan on immigration; Interview with House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn on impeachment; Interview with 2020 candidate Seth Moulton on post-traumat
First, Jake interviews 2020 presidential candidate Sen. Cory Booker on the mass shooting in Virginia Beach, his proposal for federal gun licenses and his new call to being impeachment proceedings against President Trump. Then, Jake sits down with acting Secretary of Homeland Security Kevin McAleenan to talk about the humanitarian crisis at the border with Mexico and the President's new tariffs on Mexican goods. Next, Jake talks with House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn about growing calls for impeachment from Democrats and House investigations into President Trump. Finally, Jake talks with 2020 presidential candidate Rep. Seth Moulton on his time in Iraq with the Marines, his experience with post-traumatic stress and his new mental health proposal. And in this week's State of the Cartoonion, Jake imagines ways President Trump's staff might be protecting him from reality.
Interview with Sen. Joni Ernst on President Trump's tweet on North Korea and his tariffs against China; Interview with New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on his 2020 presidential campaign; Record number of black female graduates at West Point.
First, Dana interviews Republican Sen. Joni Ernst on the President's recent tweet that he's not disturbed by North Korean missile tests, how his tariffs are hurting Iowa farmers and a new GOP plan for paid family leave. Next, Dana interviews New York City Bill de Blasio on the launch of his 2020 presidential campaign, how Democrats should handle impeachment and criminal justice. Then, Alexandra Rojas, Scott Jennings, Bakari Sellers and Kristen Soltis Anderson join Dana to talk about the President's feud with House Democrats and the 2020 campaign. And on Memorial Day weekend, a record number of black women graduates from West Point.
Interview with Utah Senator Mitt Romney on impeachment, Iran, and China; Interview with new 2020 Democratic candidate Montana Governor Steve Bullock; State of the Cartoonion: Game of Thrones...Trump style
First, Jake sits down with Utah Republican Senator Mitt Romney about Michigan Republican Justin Amash laying out the case for impeachment, heightened tensions with Iran, and the President's trade war with China. Then, Jake is joined by Montana Governor and 2020 Democratic candidate Steve Bullock to discuss the strong economy, abortion, and his 2020 run. Next, our panel of Rep. Pramila Jayapal, Mia Love, Bakari Sellers, and Rick Santorum discuss Amash saying the President committed impeachable offenses and former Vice President Joe Biden's campaign kickoff. Finally, the State of the Cartoonion takes a look at some of the parallels between Washington... and Game of Thrones.