Interview with Arizona Senator Jeff Flake; Interview with former Georgia gov. candidate Stacey Abrams; Panel discussions with New Members of Congress Deb Haaland, Dan Crenshaw, and Chrissy Houlahan; State of the Cartoonion: HQ2 Hunger Games
Jake talks to Arizona Senator Jeff Flake about the CIA assesment that the Saudi Crown Prince likely ordered the murder of Jamal Khashoggi, the Mueller investigation, and his potential 2020 presidential run. Jake is then joined by former Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams to discuss her allegations of voter suppression and her next steps in politics. Next, Jake speaks with three new members of the congress, New Mexico Democrat Deb Haaland, Texas Republican Dan Crenshaw, and Pennsylvania Democrat Chrissy Houlahan regarding civility in politics, Trump's decision to not visit the Arlington cemetery on Veteran's Day, and their opinion on Nancy Pelosi as leader of the house. Then, our panel of Richard Ojeda, Michael Caputo, Karine Jean-Pierre, and Amanda Carpenter join to discuss Trump's response to the fires in California, Republican Senator Cinde Hyde-Smith's recent rhetoric, and the direction of the democratic party in 2020. Finally, on this week's State of the Cartoonion, Jake depicts the measures states took in order to secure their city as the new amazon headquarters and who came out on top.
Interview with Senate Democratic Leader Chuck Schumer; Interview with National Republican Senatorial Committee Cory Gardner; Interview with top House judiciary Democrat Jerry Nadler; How Trump's wild week is breaking from the norm
First, Jake talks Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer about the ongoing recounts in Florida, healthcare, and future of democratic party. Jake spars with the chairman on the NRSC, Senator Gory Gardner, over claims of voter fraud in Florida and Arizona. Next, Jake speaks to the expected head of the House Judiciary Committee, Rep. Jerry Nadler about the appointment of Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general and the possibility of impeachment proceedings against President Trump. Next, our panel of Rep. Cheri Bustos, Rick Santorum, Mike Rogers, and Nina Turner joins to discuss President Trump's treatment of reporters and possible racist rhetoric, the Florida recount, and more.
Interview with Georgia Democratic candidate for Governor Stacey Abrams; Interviews with RNC chair Ronna McDaniel and DNC chair Tom Perez ahead of Tuesday's election; Plus: key races to watch on Tuesday
First, Jake talks to Georgia Democrat Stacey Abrams about Trump's attacks on her, health-care policy, gun control, and the investigation launched by her opponent into the Georgia Democratic Party for hacking. Jake is then joined by the Chair of the Republican Committee Ronna McDaniel to discuss immigration and Trump's rhetoric. Next, Jake speaks to Chair of the Democratic National Committee, Tom Perez about the economy and the domestic abuse allegations against his deputy chair, Keith Ellison. Next, our panel of Van Jones, Rick Santorum, Mary Katherine Ham, Jennifer Granholm joins to discuss the upcoming midterm elections and campaign tactics.
Interview with Pittsburgh mayor Bill Peduto on the horrific synagogue shooting; Interview with Congressman Adam Schiff; Interview billionaire Democratic donor Tom Steyer; Interview with former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci; a clos
First, Jake talks to Pittsburgh mayor, Bill Peduto about the violent shooting at the Tree of Life synagogue. Jake is then joined by the top Democrat on the House Intelligence committee, Adam Schiff to discuss anti-Semitism and if Trump plays a role in the recent violence. Then, Jake speaks to billionaire Democratic donor, Tom Steyer about the shooting in Pittsburgh and the bombs sent to prominent democrats this week -including him. Jake then talks to former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci about the role of Trump's rhetoric in the events this week. Then, our panel of Amanda Carpenter, Nina Turner, David Urban, and Jonathan Weisman joins to discuss the Tree of Life Synagogue shooting and the way Trump has handled the events this week and anti-Semitism in general. Finally, after a shooting literally in Mr. Roger's neighborhood, we leave you with an evergreen message from Mr. Rogers.
Interview with Tennessee Senator Bob Corker on Saudi Arabia's explanation for the death of Jamal Khashoggi; Interview with Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse on his new book; Interview with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti; State of the Cartoonion, Donald Trump
Live from Tampa, Florida ahead of tonight's gubernatorial debate, Jake talks to Tennessee Senator Bob Corker about Jamal Khashoggi's death, the U.S. response, and if the Saudi story is credible. Jake is then joined by Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse, as they discuss his new book "Them: Why We Hate Each Other - and How to Heal." Next, Jake speaks with Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti on immigration policy, the Los Angeles homelessness problem, and his potential run for President in 2020. Next, our panel of Attorney General Pam Bondi, Representative Ted Deutch, Representative Matt Gaetz, and Symone Sanders joins to discuss the upcoming governor's race in Florida and the public protesting of politicians. Finally, in this week's State of the Cartoonion, Jake explores some of the art Donald Trump has... or would... commission for the White House.