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Best Mueller Investigation podcasts we could find (updated March 2020)
Best Mueller Investigation podcasts we could find
Updated March 2020
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Does Donald Trump make you want to drink and swear? A LOT? You’re in luck! Introducing America’s original Sexy Liberal and host of the nationally syndicated Stephanie Miller Show, now in podcast form! Yes, it’s Stephanie Miller’s Happy Hour Podcast, where you can hang out with Steph and her celebrity and comedian friends for a wild, raunchy, uncensored ride through politics and pop culture. Pour yourself a stiff one and get your podcast on HARD! Pants optional.
 
Delivering the Mueller Report, in audiobook-style format, without political commentary. Due to the wide public interest in the "Report on the Investigation into Russian Interference in the 2016 Presidential Election," this project started with the belief that quality audio of the report should be available for anyone to hear -- and not hidden behind a paywall or require a subscription. For many of us, reading through the report page-by-page is too time consuming. This is the report, availabl ...
 
“Can He Do That?” is The Washington Post’s politics podcast, exploring the powers and limitations of the American presidency, and what happens when they're tested. Led by host Allison Michaels, each episode asks a new question about this extraordinary moment in American history and answers with insight into how our government works, how to understand ongoing events, and the implications when branches of government collide.
 
He’s the President, yet we’re still trying to answer basic questions about how his business works: What deals are happening, who they’re happening with, and if the President and his family are keeping their promise to separate the Trump Organization from the Trump White House. “Trump, Inc.” is a joint reporting project from WNYC Studios and ProPublica that digs deep into these questions. We’ll be layout out what we know, what we don’t and how you can help us fill in the gaps. WNYC Studios is ...
 
Craig Johnson is a news and political analyst, commentator and radio talk-show host of The REALLY, Real, Deal with Brother Craig the Hatchet Man, on Virginia’s 820AM WNTW (www.820theanswer.com). He is also president of The First Amendment, Inc. Follow Craig on Twitter @tweetbrocraig.com. For media requests and speaker engagements contact kimberly@agencyforthearts.com.
 
Do you feel alone as a conservative? Do you feel as if you have to fight for your voice to be heard? Then this is the podcast for you! The Lone Conservative, hosted by Eric Shaffer, presents the most hotly contested political issues and philosophical debates through a conservative lens. With The Lone Conservative, you're never truly alone. New episode every Monday.
 
Make ABC News your daily news outlet for breaking national and world news, broadcast video coverage, and exclusive interviews that will help you stay up to date on the events shaping our world. ABC News’ show roster has both leaders in daily evening and morning programming. Kick start your weekday mornings with news updates from Good Morning America (GMA) and Sundays with This Week with George Stephanopoulos. Get your evening fix with 20/20, Nightline, and ABC World News Tonight with David M ...
 
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Airdate March 29 2020: In an exclusive interview, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong tells Fareed what the U.S. can learn from Singapore, the city-state that managed to flatten the curve. And, should the healthy and young in America get back to work? Will COVID create another Great Depression? A great debate on the best way to save lives and salvage th…
 
First, Jake interviews Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi on the Trump administration's response to the coronavirus outbreak and the $2 trillion relief package passed by Congress this week. Next, Jake talks with top infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci about how long to expect the outbreak to last and what can be done to stop it. Then, Jake talks…
 
This week friend of the pod Alice Wong (@SFDirewolf) joins Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox) to talk about what it means to be a part of the disabled community during a pandemic. Spoiler: the world seems to get a little too cavalier about whether or not you deserve to live anymore. They talk about the grassroots activism being done within the community,…
 
Much of life as we know it in the United States has drastically changed over recent weeks. Local and state authorities have closed many businesses and mandated that residents stay at home or limit the size of gatherings. Yet how these restrictions are implemented across the country varies widely. Furthermore, even in areas where restrictions can ca…
 
Magazines that cover American public affairs, culture, and life have long held an important place in American journalism. But the magazine industry, like the rest of journalism, has struggled in recent years. This special edition of our podcast is an audio version of Heidi Legg's new Shorenstein Center Paper "Preserving America's Thought Leader Mag…
 
First, Jake discusses the latest in the federal government's response to the coronavirus pandemic with FEMA administrator Peter Gaynor, including what officials are doing to get masks and other supplies to states as soon as possible. Next, Jake talks with Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker on his stay-at-home order over the coronavirus outbreak. Then, Jak…
 
Want to listen to anything NOT about COVID-19? We got the episode for you! Eduardo Porter (@portereduardo) joins Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox) to talk about a much lighter subject: the history of racism in class divides and how it still affects us today. They talk about the hopes we’ve had in the past for a racially diverse working class coalition a…
 
The novel coronavirus pandemic has presented some serious challenges to the American electoral process. To solve these new public health challenges, some states have delayed primary voting. Other states have implemented social-distancing measures at polling locations, with mixed results. Others yet have geared up to increase mail-in ballot capacity…
 
Airdate March 15 2020: How lethal could the coronavirus be? Is the pandemic pushing the US and/or the world into a recession? Are the world's leaders handling the outbreak appropriately? What can different countries learn from each other? Fmr. CDC Director Tom Frieden, Fmr. Treasury Secretary Larry Summers and Fmr. Prime Ministers Tony Blair of the…
 
First, Brianna sits down with the nation's top infectious disease doctor, Anthony Fauci, on how bad the coronavirus outbreak could get, whether the US is prepared, the administrations response so far and more. Next, Brianna interviews Ohio Republican Governor Mike DeWine on his decision to close schools and how Ohio is prepared to respond to the ou…
 
This week Dan Drezner joins Ana Marie Cox to talk about the likelihood of Trump handling COVID-19 responsibly (you guessed it, not well). Dan argues in his book, Toddler in Chief, that not only is Trump a toddler, power in American politics has shifted to the executive, making this more dangerous than ever. They discuss the treacherous tales of bad…
 
The World Health Organization has declared the novel coronavirus outbreak a global pandemic. The virus has spread in the United States, with new cases reported daily, deaths totaling more than three dozen, and an expanding list of large-scale cancellations, including the NBA, the NCAA tournaments and Broadway shows. In response, the Trump administr…
 
How does news and truth survive, when trust in what is fact has suffered and people live in bubbles of isolated realities fed by polarized and fragmented media sources? What is the role of narrative storytelling in this new media landscape? Thomas Patterson is the Bradlee Professor of Government and the Press at Harvard Kennedy School, and the auth…
 
The Trump Organization paid bribes, through middlemen, to New York City tax assessors to lower its property tax bills for several Manhattan buildings in the 1980s and 1990s, according to five former tax assessors and city employees as well as a former Trump Organization employee. Two of the five city employees said they personally took bribes to lo…
 
Airdate March 8 2020: Hillary Clinton talks to Fareed about the Trump presidency (so far), compares the candidacies of Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders, and offers her take on the peace agreement with the Taliban. And, on International Women's Day, Secretary Clinton speaks about the status of women - in the United States and around the world. GUESTS: H…
 
First, Jake interviews presidential candidate and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders about the upcoming contests in the 2020 race, the effect of coronavirus on the campaign and why he says he's better than Joe Biden to take on President Trump. Then, Jake sits down with Surgeon General Jerome Adams about the spread of coronavirus in the United States, the …
 
CW: Sexual assault and violence against women. If you, or someone you know, has experienced sexual violence, please call the RAINN hotline: 800.656.HOPE (4673). It’s never too late to get help. It’s no secret that most women live in fear of violence. Nearly every week, there’s a news story showcasing the most gruesome examples of it, like the woman…
 
Since it was first detected on the last day of 2019, coronavirus has infected tens of thousands of people around the world and has killed more than 3,000. The outbreak has triggered unprecedented quarantines, stock market upheaval and dangerous conspiracy theories. Most cases are mild, but health officials say the virus’s continued spread through t…
 
The Republican Party’s 2020 primary season has been pretty straightforward. President Trump has no serious competition for the Republican nomination. But for the Democrats, it’s far less clear who will become their party’s nominee for president of the United States. With so many candidates competing to define the future of the Democratic Party and …
 
First, Jake sits down with Vice President Mike Pence to discuss the first coronavirus death in the United States and what steps the administration is taking to combat the disease. Then, Jake talks to former Vice President Joe Biden about his big win in the South Carolina primary and his momentum heading into Super Tuesday. Then, the panel of former…
 
Airdate March 1 2020: On today's show: Afghan President Ashraf Ghani tells Fareed that the U.S. deal with the Taliban indicates a transition "from war to peace." Then, what is Afghanistan's future after American withdrawal? Will Afghanistan be the next Vietnam? Peter Bergen and Andrew Bacevich discuss with Fareed. Also, as the U.S. records its firs…
 
As a bonus for Chuck ToddCast listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of Into America, a new podcast about politics, about policy, and the power that both have in shaping the lives of the American people. It is hosted by Trymaine Lee and features the journalists of NBC News. For the first episode, Trymaine heads to East New York, a community tha…
 
Rahm Emanuel — former Chicago mayor and former chief of staff to President Barack Obama — talks to POLITICO founding editor John Harris about his new book, "The Nation City: Why Mayors Are Now Running the World," his "toy phone" in Bill Clinton's White House and his thoughts on the 2020 field. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/ad…
 
This week we'll answer our number one question: why are we so polarized? Ezra Klein (@ezraklein) joins Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox) to answer it. His new book is called, Why We’re Polarized, and they talk about how a lot of divisiveness stems from racism and problems beyond “political disagreements.” Finally they ask, can we bring unconditional lov…
 
In 2016, as the Democratic Party officially selected its nominee, then-candidate Donald Trump saw an opportunity to deepen the schisms that had emerged among Democrats. Four years later, President Trump seems to be embracing a similar opportunity. In tweets, at rallies and in interactions with the press, Trump has suggested that this year’s Democra…
 
For some unknown number of candidates, Tuesday night — the tenth Democratic debate — was probably their last time on the stage. NBC's Kasie Hunt, Hotline Editor Leah Askarinam and Inside Elections' Stu Rothenberg join Chuck Todd to analyze Bernie Sanders' staying power at the top of the pile and how Super Tuesday will shake out for everyone else.…
 
Airdate February 23 2020: Will the U.S. reach a peace deal with the Taliban? And, Trump's new intel chief, Richard Grenell, is already shaking up the establishment. What does his appointment mean for the intelligence community? Fareed answers these questions and more with an all-star panel. Then, the new politics of America's millennials. What will…
 
First, Jake breaks down Sanders' victory in the Nevada caucuses and the path forward for the other 2020 contenders with former DNC chair and Vermont Gov. Howard Dean and CNN Political Commentator Mark McKinnon. Then, Jake sits down with Connecticut Sen. Chris Murphy to talk about Russian interference in the 2020 election and the latest on the presi…
 
We welcome Steve Pierson and Mariah Craven from the Swing Left: How We Win podcast to discuss Dem strategy for 2020. We look at why it's critical to support down-ticket candidates, how to help beyond your blue bubble (if that's where you live), and why we need to check and re-check our registration.
 
Ana Marie Cox (@anamariecox) sits down with Lincoln Group founder Rick Wilson (@TheRickWilson) to discuss what the soft Republican stance is on everything happening around us right now. Will Trump stop an election from happening? As Rick agrees: Yikes all around. Thanks to our sponsors! Postage rates have gone up AGAIN. Thankfully, Stamps.com eases…
 
Only a few presidential powers are very clearly outlined in the U.S. Constitution. One of those is the president’s power to pardon. We’ve seen President Trump exercise his pardon power at several moments during his tenure in office - sometimes to much controversy. Tuesday, the president continued this trend. He pardoned or commuted the sentences of…
 
Last year, Eric Trump defended his father’s frequent visits to properties owned by the family business, saying that Trump hotels charge far less than others would. “If they were to go to a hotel across the street, they’d be charging them $500 a night, whereas, you know we charge them, like 50 bucks,” Eric Trump told Yahoo Finance. But recent report…
 
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