Jonathan Freedland describes an election that has provided one clear message: the US remains divided
The Democrats are already fighting for the opportunity to take on Donald Trump - but can any of them hope to unseat him?
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden participate in the first 2020 presidential debate in Cleveland, OH. https://www.c-span.org/debates/
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On today’s show: Joe Biden gets sworn in, gives speech.
Waleed Shahid (@_waleedshahi) of Justice Democrats joins us to discuss what progressives can expect in the first 100 days of the Biden administration. $15 minimum wage victory. Why Biden might end up to the left of Obama. What should Biden & co focus on and how should they deal with the GOP? The chances for progressive influence in a Biden WH.
On the fun half: Mike Lindell and right wing host explain how Trump might remain in office past Wednesday, but either way the Biden inauguration is “null and void.” Telegram QAnon channels reckon with end of Trump presidency and Biden inauguration. Don Jr and Eric Trump crying during their father’s farewell speech. In parting speech, Trump tells supporters he left it “all on the field.” CNN pollster feeling his oats on Biden inauguration a bit too much. Plus, your calls and IMs!
Trump transformed immigration through hundreds of quiet measures. Before they can be reversed, they have to be uncovered.
Sam and Emma are back to cover the last day of the Trump presidency and what lies ahead for Biden after tomorrow’s inauguration. Sam and Emma start with a look at the National Guard troops in DC before the Biden administration takes office. The two then look forward to the Biden “Day 1” agenda and how the administration can quickly undo the damage done the past four years to things like environmental regulations, immigration laws, and other executive orders. Sam then explains the close call of Schedule F federal employees and the Trump administration’s last-ditch efforts to destroy the administrative state. Sam and Emma close out the free show taking on Biden’s DOJ antitrust department picks.
And in the Fun Half: Don Jr and Kim Guilfoyle tell the Trump faithful the best is yet to come, Hillary Clinton and Nancy Pelosi want a 9/11 commission-style report on Trump and Putin, Mike Lindell says Bed, Bath, and Beyond is canceling MyPillow, Fox News has a Seth Rich problem, the People’s Party grift is revealed, plus your calls and IMs!
The Intercept’s Mehdi Hasan speaks with world-renowned political dissident and linguist Noam Chomsky on the 2020 presidential election between Joe Biden and Donald Trump. Now that Bernie Sanders has dropped out and endorsed Biden, does the progressive left have a moral obligation to hold their noses and vote for the former vice president, despite his many sins?
Luke O’Neil on the powerful relationship between Trump and his favourite TV network. Plus: Jonathan Franklin on the protests in Chile
Joe Rogan and Colin Moriarty discuss whether they think Donald Trump will be re-elected as president of the USA in 2020, on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast. Full podcast - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NeTHwruEjhM
Joe Rogan talks to Colin Moriarty about the possibility of Donald Trump being re-elected as president of the USA in 2020. Colin Moriarty thinks that Trump might not even run for re-election, but Rogan disagrees and thinks that Trump will run again and has a chance of being re-elected. Joe Rogan talks about Donald Trump, politics, presidency of the USA, Donald Trump’s incompetence as president, CNN, FOX news, politics and other topics related to Donald Trump 2020 with Colin Moriarty on the Joe Rogan Experience podcast, JRE 1032.
Joe Rogan - Will Donald Trump Be Re-Elected in 2020? - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=boP3Y4wnkhA
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How damaging is John Bolton’s scathing account of Donald Trump’s presidency? - podcast | News | The Guardian
The publication of John Bolton’s White House memoir has caused a sensation. Jonathan Freedland assesses the lurid claims of cosying up to authoritarian leaders as well as descriptions of ‘stunning’ ignorance