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.
Interview with Sen. Kamala Harris of California on her 2020 presidential campaign; Political drama in "Veep" mirrors real-life DC
Jake travels to Oakland, California for an exclusive one-on-one interview with 2020 presidential candidate and California Sen. Kamala Harris. Harris talks about the latest news, including a potential constitutional crisis in Washington and escalating trade tensions with China. She defends her positions on Medicare for All and her truancy initiative in California. And she talks about her "modern family" and why her stepchildren call her "Momala." Then, Rep. Michael Waltz, former Gov. Jennifer Granholm, former Sen. Rick Santorum and former Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake join Jake on the battle between the White House and Congress. Finally, Jake breaks down how the political drama on "Veep" often mirrors real-life Washington.
Interview with Sen. Amy Klobuchar on the economy and her 2020 presidential campaign; Interview with Sen. Cory Booker in Newark, New Jersey on his record as mayor and his 2020 presidential campaign; State of the Cartoonion on the feud between Trump and Bid
First, Jake interviews Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota on the strong economy, her plan to fight addiction and fund mental health services, and her 2020 presidential campaign. Next, Jake travels to Newark, New Jersey to talk with Democratic Sen. Cory Booker about his record on charter schools, his health care policies, how to stop gun violence and his strategy for taking on Trump in 2020. Then, David Urban, Abdul El-Sayed, S.E. Cupp and Karen Finney join Jake to break down the messaging battle between President Trump and the Democrats on the strong economy. And in this week's State of the Cartoonion, Jake takes on the 2020 feud between Biden and Trump.
Interview with White House counselor Kellyanne Conway on the shooting at a California synagogue and the rise of hate crimes in the United States; Interview with Democratic Rep. Seth Moulton about his 2020 run for the White House; State of the Cartoonion o
First, Jake sits down with White House counselor Kellyanne Conway to talk about the attack on a California synagogue and President Trump's defense of his Charlottesville comments, plus new economic numbers and the Russia investigation. Next, Jake interviews Massachusetts Rep. Seth Moulton about his run for President in 2020 and his views on health care. Then, Former Mayor Andrew Gillum, former Utah Rep. Mia Love, David Urban and Kirsten Powers talk about the rise of hate crimes in the United States and 2020 Democratic primary. And in this week's State of the Cartoonion, Jake imagines the 2020 candidates as Avengers.
Interview with the President's lawyer Rudy Giuliani on the Mueller report's findings; Interview with Former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara to respond to Giuliani and dive into the legal implications of the report; Interview with 2020 candidate Congressman Ti
First, Jake speaks with CNN's Nic Robertson about the terror attacks in Sri Lanka. Next, the President's attorney Rudy Giuliani sits down with Jake to discuss the credibility of the Mueller report and former White House Counsel Don McGahn, respond to criticism from Senator Mitt Romney, and look at the case for Obstruction of Justice. Then, former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara joins Jake to respond to Giuliani and lay out his thoughts on the Muller report. Then, Jake speaks with 2020 contender Congressman Tim Ryan of Ohio about whether Democrats should impeach the President after the report's revelations. Finally, our panel of Barbara Comstock, Jennifer Granholm, Scott Jennings, and Symone Sanders break down the Giuliani interview and the implications of the Mueller report.