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.
Interview with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, on the cancelled Camp David Taliban meeting; Interview with 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar, on Afghanistan peace talks and gun control; Interview with 2020 Democratic presidential candid
First, Jake sits down with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, to talk about Trump's cancelled meeting with the Taliban and Afghan leaders and what it would take for the U.S. to come back to the negotiating table. Next, Jake talks to Senator Amy Klobuchar about the Taliban being invited to Camp David so close to 9/11, when she would negotiate with the terror group if she were President, and her priority on confronting gun violence. Then, Jake sits down with Former HUD Secretary Julian Castro to discuss the latest on the U.S.-Afghanistan peace talks and why he does not consider former Vice President Joe Biden to be the most electable presidential candidate.
Interview with the 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke on the shooting in Texas; Interview with acting FEMA Administrator Peter Gaynor on Hurricane Dorian updates; Interview with Senator Rick Scott of Florida on preparations for Hurricane
First, Dana sits down with 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Beto O'Rourke to talk about the tragic mass shooting in his home state of Texas, his proposal for mandatory gun-buybacks and what he thinks the best strategy for beating Trump is. Next, Dana talks to acting FEMA Administrator Peter Gaynor for updates on Hurricane Dorian's recent upgrade to a Category 5 hurricane and what that means for people in its path. Then, Dana sits down with Senator Rick Scott of Florida and discusses his home state preparing for the force of Hurricane Dorian, his thoughts on President Trump slamming Puerto Rico ahead of the hurricane and his stances on gun safety. Finally, Dana sits down with Senator Rick Scott of Florida to discuss preparations for Hurricane Dorian and the shooting in Texas. Then former Sen. Rick Santorum, former Rep. Mia Love, Xochitl Hinojosa and Wajahat Ali discuss gun safety laws and the current economy ahead of the election.
Interview with the Director of the National Economic Council Larry Kudlow on the the state of the economy and the G7 meetings; Interview with 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders; Interview with the late former Sen. McCain's wife, Ci
First, Brianna speaks with Director of the National Economic Council Larry Kudlow about President Trump's refusal to back down on tariffs, the likelihood of a trade deal with China by 2020 and the cost of tariffs on US families. Next, Brianna talks with 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders about his most recent tweak to his Medicare for All Plan, and he says that President Trump's trade policies are irrational. Then Bill Kristol, Rick Santorum, Gov. Jennifer Granholm and Karen Finney discuss President Trump's "second thoughts" on his trade war with China and the latest from the G7 meetings. Finally, Brianna talks with Cindy McCain, the late former Senator John McCain's wife, where Cindy talks about her take on the state of today's politics and her new "Acts of Civility" initiative.
Interview with White House trade adviser Peter Navarro on the the state of the economy and the US-China trade war; Interview with 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg; State of the Cartoonion: Making over the Statue of Liberty.
First, Jake sits down with White House trade adviser Peter Navarro to talk about growing recession fears, the Federal Reserve's decision to lower interest rates and whether or not American consumers will bear the brunt of the additional China tariffs. Next, Jake talks with 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Mayor Pete Buttigieg about how his efforts to break through with black voters, his plan to reduce gun violence, and the Trump administration's peace talks with the Taliban. Then Xochitl Hinojosa, Rick Santorum, Amanda Carpenter and Andrew Gillum discuss President Trump saying that Americans had no choice but to vote for him due to the economy, the controversy over several progressive Congresswomen being barred from visiting Israel and the division within the democratic party over gun buybacks. Finally, in this week's State of the Cartoonion, Jake explores what the Statue of Liberty would look like after a Trump makeover.