Interview with Maine Senator Susan Collins on Healthcare and latest on the investigations into the President; Interview with incoming House Oversight chair Rep. Elijah Cummings on his investigative priorities; Panel breaks down judge's controversial Obama
First, Jake sits down with Maine Republican Senator Susan Collins to discuss the Federal judge ruling Obamacare unconstitutional and the latest development in the investigations into President Trump. Then, Jake is joined by Rep. Elijah Cummings, the incoming chair of the House Oversight committee to discuss his investigative priorities, the ongoing investigation into the Trump campaign, and the possibility of a government shutdown. Next, our panel of Symone Sanders, David Urban, Jen Psaki, and Amanda Carpenter discuss the healthcare decision, Trump's new Chief of Staff pick, and CNN's brand new Iowa 2020 poll. Finally, in the State of the Cartoonion Jake takes a look at how some of the characters in Trumpworld compare to classic gangster films.
Interview with expected House Judiciary Chair Jerry Nadler on the latest Trump investigation developments; Interview with Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio on Mueller and Saudi Arabia; State of the Cartoonion: Trump's late night phone habits
First, Jake talks to the expected head of the House Judiciary Committee Jerry Nadler about the Mueller investigation and whether the Southern District of New York alleging Trump directed Cohen to commit felonies is an impeachable offense. Then, Jake is joined by Florida Republican Senator Marco Rubio to discuss John Kelly leaving the White House, the Mueller investigation, Saudi Arabia, the alleged election fraud in North Carolina. Next, our panel of Rick Santorum, Jennifer Granholm, Adam Kinzinger, and Nina Turner discuss the latest Russia developments and the Trump allegations and the possible democrat candidates in 2020. Finally, on this week's State of the Cartoonion... you can call him on his cell phone -Trump's late night calls.
Remembering George H.W. Bush with James Baker and Colin Powell; Interview with the Vice-chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee Mark Warner; Interview with Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown on Trump's trade maneuvering; Journalists and former aides remember P
First, Jake Tapper is joined by James Baker, President George H.W. Bush's best friend and former Chief of Staff and Secretary of State, about the former President's final days and lasting legacy. Then, Vice-chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee Mark Warner joins to discuss a week of major revelations in the Mueller probe. Next, Ohio Senator Sherrod Brown joins Jake to discuss President Trump's trade maneuvering with China and the new NAFTA replacement deal. Then, former top military adviser to President George H.W. Bush, Colin Powell, joins Jake to discuss Bush's foreign policy legacy and more. Next, our panel of journalists and former Bush aides reflects on the 41st President's legacy. Finally, Jake takes a look at George H.W. Bush's past as a World War II flyboy
Interview with Iowa GOP Senator Joni Ernst; Interview with expected House Intelligence chair Adam Schiff; Panel with Rick Santorum, Jen Psaki, Bill Kristol, and Symone Sanders; Dana Bash's "Badass women" interview with Nancy Pelosi
First, Dana Bash talks to the incoming Vice Chair of the Senate Republican Conference, Joni Ernst about a potential government shut down, Trump's latest Khashoggi response, climate change, and the GOP's messaging toward women. Dana is then joined by the expected head of the House Intelligence Committee, Adam Schiff, to discuss President's relationship with the Saudi's, acting AG Whitaker's role in the Mueller investigation, and his opinion on Nancy Pelosi's Speaker chances. Next, Dana speaks with our panel of Rick Santorum, Jen Psaki, Bill Kristol, and Symone Sanders about the controversial Mississippi Senate election and climate change. Finally, Dana interviews Nancy Pelosi as part of her "Badass women of Washington" series.
Interview with Iowa Senator Joni Ernst; Interview with the expected head of the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff; Panel with Rick Santorum, Jen Psaki, Bill Kristol, and Symone Sanders; Dana Bash's "Badass women" interview with Nancy Pelosi
Dana Bash talks to Iowa Senator Joni Ernst, the Incoming Vice Chair of the Senate Republican Conference, about a potential government shut down, Trump's Khashoggi responce, climate change, and the GOP's messaging toward women. Then, Dana is joined by the expected head of the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff, as they discuss the President's response to Khashoggi, Whitaker's role in the Mueller investigation, and Schiff's opinion on Nancy Pelosi as Speaker of the House. Following, Dana speaks with Rick Santorum, Jen Psaki, Bill Kristol, and Symone Sanders about the Mississippi Senate election and climate change. Finally, Dana interviews Nancy Pelosi for her "Badass women of Washington" series