A court agreed to speed up the Justice Department's appeal in Trump's Mar-a-Lago documents case. Meantime, Pres. Biden and Florida Gov. DeSantis put politics aside during a tour surveying Hurricane Ian's damage. Plus, new reporting shows online chatter of “civil war” is on the rise since the FBI searched Trump's Mar-a-Lago home. Carol Lee, Luke Broadwater, Joyce Vance, Clint Watts, Yamiche Alcindor, David Jolly, and Maria Teresa Kumar join.
Nicolle Wallace discusses New York Times reporter Maggie Haberman's new book, which chronicles Trump's presidency and what happens next as well as a look President Biden's trip to Florida to survey the damage of Hurricane Ian, the latest on the bombshell revelations about Georgia Senate candidate Herschel Walker and more.Joined by: Maggie Haberman, Cornell Belcher, David Jolly, Miles Taylor, Tia Mitchell, Matt Dowd, Eddie Glaude, Vaughn Hillyard and Tim Miller.
For years, hopeful reformers have touted the promise of third parties as an antidote to our political polarization. But when so many of the issues that voters care about most — like abortion, or climate change, or guns — are also the most divisive, can any third party actually bring voters together under a big tent? Or will it just fracture the electorate further?Today's guests say it's worth it to try. Andrew Yang and David Jolly are two of the co-founders of the Forward Party, a new political party focused on advancing election reform measures, including open primaries, independent redistricting commissions in every state and the widespread adoption of ranked choice voting. Yang is a former Democratic candidate for president and a former Democratic candidate for mayor of New York City. Jolly is a former Republican congressman and executive chairman of the Serve America Movement. Together, they joined Jane Coaston live onstage at the Texas Tribune Festival to discuss why they've built a party and not a nonprofit, what kinds of candidates they want to see run under their banner and what Democrats are getting wrong in their midterm strategy right now.(A full transcript of the episode will be available midday on the Times website.)
Guests: Roger Sollenberger, Symone Sanders-Townsend, David Jolly, Ryan Reilly, Deuel RossIt is an October surprise for the ages. Tonight: The reporter who broke the Herschel Walker abortion story joins me live. And 100 days after the overturning of Roe, how this bombshell could change the election landscape. Then, what we're learning about the Oath Keeper plan to ferry artillery to the Capitol on a boat on day two of the seditious conspiracy trial. And, what happened when Alabama's case to gut the Voting Rights Act met Ketanji Brown Jackson in the Supreme Court today.
Hurricane Ian regains strength as it heads towards Georgia and South Carolina. This comes after Ian left the West coast of Florida in destruction. Plus, Ginni Thomas met with the Jan. 6th committee and stuck to her false claims that the 2020 election was stolen. Michelle Grossman, Jesse Kirsch, Tara Calligan, Nikki Fried, Glenn Kirschner, Alex Harris, David Jolly, and Jay Carter join.
Stephanie Ruhle, in for Nicolle Wallace, discusses the delay of the January 6th Select Committee's hearing due to Hurricane Ian, Mark Meadows appearing in court in Georgia in a grand jury investigation and how Florida is preparing for the hurricane. Joined by: Katie Benner, Joyce Vance, David Jolly, Blayne Alexander and Ellison Barber.
Nicolle Wallace discusses former president Trump's rally in Ohio and his embrace of the QAnon movement, the multiple threats to democracy growing inside the country, the funeral of Queen Elizabeth, the latest in the legal fight over the documents found at Mar-a-Lago and Russia's continued attempts to influence democracies around the world.Joined by: Claire McCaskill, Frank Figliuzzi, David Jolly, Ben Collins, David Leohardt, Keir Simmons, Katie Benner, Mary McCord, David Laufman, Iuliia Mendel and George Solis
The Justice Department is asking a federal appeals court to overturn a ruling that blocked its access to classified documents seized from Mar-a-Lago. Judge Dearie makes his first move as special master. And, Disney released the trailer for the new “Little Mermaid” movie starring Halle Bailey as “Ariel.” It was met with praise from young black girls around the country. Neal Katyal, Harry Litman, Charlie Savage, Amy McGrath, David Jolly, Iuliia Mendel, and Tracey Baptiste join.
From all of us here at T&D Media, the listeners who sat in, and David Jolly...thank you for listening! - d On this week's show: * Dan stole a walker * Tommy's sunburnt eyes * Tommy can't hear * From ear infection to AIDS * Izzy calls in about pumping in boots * Jolly's trip to Philly * Opening for D.L. Hughley * Imposter syndrome * Time for terms * Deviled ham tasting * Affion on his phone * Loan Depot * Wrestling birthday party * Gotta be rock shit * KnockedUpAndNaked.com ### For all audio versions of this garbage, please go HERE: Apple Podcasts: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/a-mediocre-time-with-tom-and-dan/id308614478 Stitcher: https://www.stitcher.com/podcast/a-mediocre-time-with-tom-and-dan-podcast/a-mediocre-time-with-tom-and-dan-show TuneIn: https://tunein.com/podcasts/Comedy/A-Mediocre-Time-with-Tom-and-Dan-Podcast-p393884/ iHeartRadio: https://www.iheart.com/podcast/1248-a-mediocre-time-with-tom-30696640/ Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/0IMs3hgNDuD6qI8ldHMWvH Thanks for watching us, and we'll see you again tomorrow on Twitch at 10am-ish. Like - subscribe - and use the alert thingy. T&d
Silly season is here. It's less than two months until the midterms elections. And it's on. Politicians are doing all kinds of crazy things. And the stakes have never been higher. Republican Senator and Sellout-in-Chief Lindsay Graham introduced a national abortion ban bill this week. Texas Governor Greg Abbot shipped busloads of undocumented migrants into so called “sanctuary cities” like New York, Chicago, and DC. And just when you thought things couldn't get dumber, this week, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, looking to out Trump Greg Abbot, sent two planes of undocumented migrants to Martha's Vineyard. Because that's what we need right now. The stupid is back in full force this fall. It's more contagious than COVID, monkeypox, the flu, and the cooties combined. And it's everywhere. It's like the worst reality show on TV. Only it's real. And you can't change the channel. Meanwhile, the best reality TV show in the world is the reality of the Ukraine war. And Ukraine is on the march. Reminding America (and the world) what fighting for freedom really looks like. And what the stakes are if you fail. Other shows cover what's happening. We cover what's next. And we'll do that again in this episode with our guest, a returning champion, and a leader who wants you, as an independent American, to join her, Andrew Yang, David Jolly and other former partisans in their new venture: The Forward Party. Forward Party Co-Founder and former New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman (@GovCTW) is our guest. The Forward Party is the controversial topic surrounding independent politics that has all of America talking. And we'll dig into it with one of the top leaders behind it. What does it stand for? Can it work? Why should anyone trust it? Every episode of Independent Americans with Paul Rieckhoff breaks down the most important news stories–and offers light to contrast the heat of other politics and news shows. It's independent content for independent Americans. In these trying times especially, Independent Americans is your trusted place for independent news, politics, inspiration and hope. The podcast that helps you stay ahead of the curve–and stay vigilant. -Watch video of Paul and Christine's conversation here. -Learn more about the Tunnel 2 Towers run in NYC mentioned on the show. -Get extra content, connect with guests, attend exclusive events, get merch discounts and support this critical show that speaks truth to power by joining our IA community on Patreon. -Find us on social media and www.IndependentAmericans.us. Where you can also get IA merch. -Wanna advertise on the pod and reach the most coveted voters in America? Hit us up. -Also check out new episodes of other Righteous Media podcasts including the B Dorm Podcast, The Firefighters Podcast with Rob Serra and Uncle Montel - The OG of Weed. Independent Americans is powered by Righteous Media. Righteous is an independent, American, Veteran-owned and led content company. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The primary election season in this midterm election year is now over in most states. Turnout was often very low— less than 20% of registered voters showed up in many places— while the partisan divide was as wide as ever. In this episode, we hear from leading political strategists, scholars, authors, and journalists about the American system for choosing candidates who will face each other in November's election. We hear criticisms of closed party primaries and look at other ways to pick candidates for public office.Proposals aimed at reducing polarization include the introduction of ranked-choice voting and open primaries, where independent voters, and those who are neither registered Republicans nor Democrats, can participate. Guests include Former Democratic Party Chair Donna Brazille, ex-Congressmen Will Hurd, David Jolly, and Barney Frank, Domestic Policy Council Director Susan Rice, constitutional law scholar Rick Pildes, author Tony Woodlief, and journalists Salena Zito, Christa Case Bryant, and Story Hinckley.Additional InformationLet's Find Common Ground PodcastMore shows from The Democracy Group
Nicolle Wallace discusses the ruling from the that granted former president Donald Trump's request to have a special master review the materials found during the DOJ's search of Mar-a-Lago, the removal of a public official due to their actions on January 6th, how more women are registering to vote ahead of the 2022 midterms and more. Joined by: Joyce Vance, Ryan Reilly, Claire McCaskill, Robert Gibbs, Charlie Savage, Frank Figliuzzi, Mary McCord, Cornell Belcher, David Jolly, Mark Leibovich and Greg Myre
The primary election season in this midterm election year is now over in most states. Turnout was often very low— less than 20% of registered voters showed up in many places— while the partisan divide was as wide as ever. In this episode, we hear from leading political strategists, scholars, authors, and journalists about the American system for choosing candidates who will face each other in November's election. We hear criticisms of closed party primaries and look at other ways to pick candidates for public office. Proposals aimed at reducing polarization include the introduction of ranked-choice voting and open primaries, where independent voters, and those who are neither registered Republicans nor Democrats, can participate. Guests include Former Democratic Party Chair Donna Brazille, ex-Congressmen Will Hurd, David Jolly, and Barney Frank, Domestic Policy Council Director Susan Rice, constitutional law scholar Rick Pildes, author Tony Woodlief, and journalists Salena Zito, Christa Case Bryant, and Story Hinckley.
Guests: Rep. Ruben Gallego, Kyle Cheney, Michelle Goldberg, David Jolly, Mark Joseph SternAs the Biden tour begins early, the acute threat to democracy in the state where it was born. Then, the curious retirement of a Secret Service official at the center a January 6th bombshell. Plus, the voter fraud stunt that is quickly imploding on the Governor of Florida. And why the Governor of Mississippi is ordering citizens of an American state capital not to drink the water.
While Trump's legal team pushes for a “special master,” the Justice Department says it has already completed its review of the documents seized at Mar-a-Lago. Republicans, who had their PPP loans forgiven, get called out from the White House twitter account. And as more states choke off abortion access, others are stepping up to help with the economic burden for women. Philip Rucker, Katie Benner, Joyce Vance, David Jolly, David Plouffe, A.B. Stoddard, Sam Stein, and Sheelah Kolhatkar join.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the Justice Department's response to the federal judge revealing it has completed an initial review of the documents found in Donald Trump's residence in Mar-a-Lago, the impact that the search of documents will have on the 2022 midterm elections, the news of Republican candidate for governor in Pennsylvania dressed up as a confederate, the latest in Ukraine and more. Joined by: Katie Benner, Harry Litman, Claire McCaskill, David Jolly, Rick Wilson, Mary McCord, Peter Strzok, John Heilemann, Eddie Glaude, Josh Shapiro and Alexander Vindman.
Voters in New York chose candidates in important Congressional districts, and Democratic voters in Florida selected opponents to run against Governor Ron Desantis and Senator Marco Rubio in November. We'll break down what happened on Tuesday and talk about what Governor Desantis's strategy in Florida signals for his political ambitions and the direction of the GOP. We speak with associate professor of political science at Fordham University Christina Greer and former Florida Republican Congressman David Jolly about the primary election results in Florida and New York.
We speak with associate professor of political science at Fordham University Christina Greer and former Florida Republican Congressman David Jolly about the primary election results in Florida and New York. Voters in New York chose candidates in important Congressional districts, and Democratic voters in Florida selected opponents to run against Governor Ron Desantis and Senator Marco Rubio in November. We'll break down what happened on Tuesday and talk about what Governor Desantis's strategy in Florida signals for his political ambitions and the direction of the GOP.
Jill and Victor are joined by former Congressman David Jolly to talk about his journey away from conservatism and what inspired him to help launch the Forward Party. In their conversation, they look at what independents are searching for, the importance of focusing on individual candidates, and what moving away from the extremes of bipartisanship and towards a more representative democracy would entail. Get More From Rep. David Jolly: Twitter | Congress.gov | Forward Party | Website | Shumaker Advisors Recent Article By Victor Shi: On encouraging young people to run for office Get More From Victor and Jill Jill Wine-Banks: Twitter | Facebook | Website | Author of The Watergate Girl: My Fight For Truth & Justice Against A Criminal President | iGen Politics Victor Shi: Twitter |Medium | Blog w/Jill Wine-Banks | Former Biden Delegate: @Bideninaugural | iGen Politics Email iGen Politics at firstname.lastname@example.org or tweet using #iGenPolitics.
Nicolle Wallace discusses former President Trump's growing legal jeopardy following the search of Mar-a-Lago. Plus, the GOP's money problem, Democrats close the enthusiasm, threats to democracy becomes a top issue for voters, and the toll the war in Ukraine is taking on children.Joined by: Andrew Weissmann, Katie Benner, Claire McCaskill, Robert Gibbs, Tim Miller, Congressman Adam Schiff, David Jolly, Basil Smikle, Kim Atkins Stohr, Dr. Irwin Redlener, and Michael Keaton
Two weeks after the search at Mar-a-Lago, Trump files a lawsuit requesting a judge appoint a “special master” to review the seized materials. New York Times reporting details just how many classified documents were held at the former President's Florida estate. And as more buses from Texas and Arizona unload migrants, places like New York and Washington, D.C. are crying for help. Yamiche Alcindor, Glenn Kirschner, Carol Leonnig, Jason Johnson, David Jolly, and Rep. Ritchie Torres join.
John Heilemann, in for Nicolle Wallace, discusses a judge's request for the DOJ to release a redacted Mar-a-Lago warrant affidavit. Plus, ex-Trump Org CFO Allen Weisselberg pleads guilty, the DOJ subpoenas White House documents, and Democrats prepare to face far-right Republicans in the midterms.Joined by: Neal Katyal, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Peter Baker, Tom Winter, David Jolly, Eugene Daniels, Jessica Taylor, Tim Miller, Michael Hirschorn, and Robert Draper
Guests: Luke Broadwater, David Rohde, Jennifer Rubin, Andrew Weissmann, David Jolly, Charles Blow, Caitlin DickersonTonight: What we know about Donald Trump's deposition in New York, and what we're learning about what led up to the search at Mar-a-Lago. Plus, the disinformation filling the vacuum as Trump lawyers refuse to release the FBI search warrant. Then, how a new crop of MAGA primary winners raises the stakes for the midterms. And explosive new reporting on the secret history of family separation.
David Jolly, former Republican US Congressman (R-13th, Florida), executive chairman Serve America Movement, political analyst, TV commentator, radio host, public speaker, and author, on the chasmic political divide in the US right now, a little on how we got this far apart, how it led to Jan. 6, and we'll discuss solutions; Cong. Jolly and others are involved in a new, unifying political party called ‘Forward.' He talkED about how the country wants and demands solutions from our divided leaders, and how we can all be part of moving the country forward.
David Jolly, former Republican US Congressman (R-13th, Florida), executive chairman Serve America Movement, political analyst, TV commentator, radio host, public speaker, and author, on the chasmic political divide in the US right now, a little on how we got this far apart, how it led to Jan. 6, and we'll discuss solutions; Cong. Jolly and others are involved in a new, unifying political party called ‘Forward.' He talkED about how the country wants and demands solutions from our divided leaders, and how we can all be part of moving the country forward. During open phones, we discussed how Pres. Trump was the right president at the right time, who did it better; Trump or Biden, the Mara a Lago search, and the lie that IRS agents have a mandatory gun carry policy.
In this episode, Niki, Natalia, and Neil discuss the history of third parties in American politics. Support Past Present on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/pastpresentpodcast Here are some links and references mentioned during this week's show: Andrew Yang, Christine Todd Whitman, and David Jolly have announced their formation of the Forward Party, the newest entry in a long history of third parties in American politics. Natalia referenced Jamelle Bouie's New York Times critique of the idea. Neil referred to this PBS piece on the prevalence of third parties even today. In our regular closing feature, What's Making History: Natalia recommended Jessamine Chan's debut novel, The School for Good Mothers. Neil discussed Derek Thompson's Atlantic essay, “Why The Old Elite Spend So Much Time At Work.” Niki shared about the Foreign Agent podcast.
Michael Steele, in for Nicolle Wallace, discusses conspiracy and controversy at CPAC. Plus, Trump's legal team speaks with DOJ 1/6 investigators, Biden's week of wins, Alex Jones' big payout, Kari Lake wins in Arizona, the fallout from Kansans' abortion vote, and outrage over Griner's sentence. Joined by: Ben Rhodes, Isaac Arnsdorf, Shermichael Singleton, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Harry Litman, Rev. Al Sharpton, David Plouffe, Ben Collins, Sam Stein, David Jolly, Donna Edwards, Olivia Troye, Frank Figliuzzi, and Rev. Al Sharpton
Former Congressmen David Jolly & Patrick Murphy, on their book "A Divided Union-Structural Challenges to Bipartisanship in America." Original air date 14 January 2021. The book was published on 27 October 2020.
Tom breaks down the Forward Party's policy hints, values, mission, and unboxes their website, press release, and Andrew Yang and Christine Todd Whitman and David Jolly's Washington Post Editorial. Tom also discusses 2024 scenarios.
Ayman Mohyeldin, in for Nicolle Wallace, discusses the Jan. 6th panel's conversations with top Trump officials. Plus, a major piece of economic legislation clears the Senate, Republicans face a challenging Senate battleground, doctors refuse to stay silent about abortion bans, the GOP embraces Hungary's autocrat, a new political party, Russian strikes in Ukraine, and the deal to free Brittney Griner.Joined by: Claudia Grisales, Joyce Vance, Katty Kay, Rep. Carolyn Maloney, Donna Edwards, Charlie Sykes, Kim Atkins Stohr, David Jolly, Dalton Bennett, and Rick Stengel
Guests: Claire McCaskill, Rep. Adam Schiff, David Jolly, Will BunchThe Justice Department goes public as the January 6th committee goes dark. Tonight: Congressman Adam Schiff and former Senator Claire McCaskill on the Merrick Garland interview—and a DOJ investigation that is clearly ramping up. Plus, as “Pence for President” essentially kicks off, can you really agree to disagree after a violent coup attempt? And new reporting on the "fake" elector campaign to upend democracy—and the Republican running for governor who was in the middle of it all.
Nicolle Wallace discusses pressure on the DOJ to move forward with a Trump probe. Plus, a former Jan. 6th investigator announces a Senate bid, the fate of rights to same-sex marriage and contraception, conservative media's response to the Jan. 6th hearings, a hidden new threat to elections, the Texas gubernatorial race tightens, and a Russian strike in Odesa.Joined by: Mike Schmidt, Claire McCaskill, Andrew Weissmann, John Wood, Eddie Glaude, Jeremy Peters, Amanda Carpenter, David Jolly, Nick Corasaniti, St. Rep. Jasmine Crockett, and Simon Shuster
Nicolle Wallace discusses the Jan. 6th panel's case for Trump's criminality. Plus, subpoenas for “fake electors” in Georgia, the Secret Service's failure to present text message records, Steve Bannon's contempt of Congress trial, the Ukrainian first lady's emotional plea to Congress, Buttigieg hits back at comments on Biden's health, and GOP members of Congress vote against a same-sex marriage bill. Joined by: Barry Berke, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Ben Rhodes, Jonathan Lemire, Ryan Reilly, Phil Rucker, Mike Schmidt, Kim Atkins Stohr, Rep. Jim Himes, David Jolly, and Errin Haines
The Homeland Security watchdog says the Secret Service erased texts from the day of and the day before the Jan. 6th insurrection. The Secret Service says they weren't maliciously deleted. It comes amid reporting the Jan. 6th committee is weighing whether to push for interviews with Donald Trump and Mike Pence. Plus, President Biden is set to meet with the leaders of Saudi Arabia. Jackie Alemany, Daniel Goldman, Joyce Vance, A.B. Stoddard, David Jolly, Ben Rhodes, and State Sen. Roland Gutierrez join.
Of course Trump's grift is driving him to run again — and DeSantis is the only one who's got a shot. Plus, the political class gets a pass on crime, and the millions of voters who don't identify as pro-choice, but are pro-Roe. David Jolly joins Charlie Sykes for the weekend pod. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nicolle Wallace discusses Trump's efforts to influence witnesses in the Jan. 6th inquiry. Plus, Sen. Graham is ordered to testify before a Georgia grand jury, the GOP refuses to hold Trump accountable, and a congressional hearing on abortion restrictions.Joined by: Katie Benner, Carol Leonnig, Barbara McQuade, Rick Stengel, Donell Harvin, Ashley Parker, Amanda Carpenter, Kim Atkins Stohr, David Jolly, Rep. Madeleine Dean, and Fatima Goss Graves
New reporting from The New York Times is raising questions about whether Trump may be trying to influence witness testimony in the January 6th investigation. And the Supreme Court rules that the Biden administration can end “Remain In Mexico” policy. Joyce Vance, Eugene Daniels, Neal Katyal, Sen. Alex Padilla, Juanita Tolliver, David Jolly, and Irin Carmon join.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the Jan. 6th committee's subpoena of former White House counsel Pat Cipollone. Plus, the Supreme Court hands down another drastic decision as the fight for abortion rights continues, Rep. Liz Cheney's role in the GOP, and Ukrainians face a forever war.Joined by: Mike Schmidt, Barbara McQuade, Peter Strzok, David Jolly, Dahlia Lithwick, Fatima Goss Graves, Michael Steele, Miles Taylor, Yamiche Alcindor, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, Ali Arouzi, and Cal Perry
Nicolle Wallace discusses the 1/6 panel's plan to focus on Trump's “fake electors” plot. Plus Texas Republicans out-MAGA themselves, Zelenskyy warns of intensified fighting in Ukraine, the Supreme Court's upcoming decision on Roe, and Juneteeth's enshrinement as a national holiday.Joined by: Jake Sherman, Harry Litman, David Jolly, Tim Miller, Matt Dowd, Ali Arouzi, Frank Figliuzzi, Michael Schmidt, Joyce Vance, Dahlia Lithwick, Charles Blow, and Eddie Glaude
Tonight on the Last Word: The January 6 hearings highlight Donald Trump's impact on the GOP seven years after he became a candidate. Also, Pride Month events are cancelled over far right threats. Plus, Uvalde hires a private law firm to stop records from being released. And voters face a stark choice this November. Fmr. Rep. David Jolly, Tim Miller, Joyce Vance, Glenn Kirschner, Ben Collins, MI State Sen. Jeremy Moss, Tony Plohetski and Tom Nichols join Jonathan Capehart.
Nicolle Wallace discusses Trump's pressure on the DOJ in the lead-up to the insurrection. Plus, a white supremacist group targets the LGBTQ+ community, the threat to Mike Pence on Jan. 6th, GOP candidates continue to push the Big Lie, and fierce fighting in eastern Ukraine.Joined by: Rep. Stephanie Murphy, Harry Litman, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Nick Confessore, Frank Figliuzzi, Jonathan Capehart, Jonathan Karl, Michael Schmidt, Joyce Vance, David Plouffe, David Jolly, and Ali Arouzi
Nicolle Wallace discusses Uvalde and Buffalo families' emotional testimonies during a congressional hearing on gun violence. Plus, the eve of the Jan. 6th panel's high-stakes hearings, and California voters send Democrats a midterms message.Joined by: Rep. Gerry Connolly, Shannon Watts, David Jolly, David Hogg, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Joyce Vance, Michael Schmidt, Ron Klain, Philip Rucker, Matt Dowd, Cornell Belcher, Amy McGrath, and Frank Figliuzzi
John Heilemann, in for Nicolle Wallace, discusses the GOP's plans to contest upcoming elections. Plus, efforts to enact gun safety reform, the investigation into the police response to the Uvalde shooting, the U.S. provides Ukraine with advanced rocket systems, and the “year of the angry mom.”Joined by: Heidi Przybyla, Joyce Vance, David Jolly, Roland Gutierrez, Kurt Andersen, Priscilla Thompson, Philip Crowther, Carol Leonnig, Adm. James Stavridis, Harry Litman, Michael Steele, and David Plouffe
Nicolle Wallace and her guests react to the horrific shooting in Uvalde, TX, where a shooter killed 14 children and a teacher at an elementary school. Joined by: David Jolly, Alexi McCammond, Donny Deutsch, Baoky Vu, Frank Figliuzzi, Morgan Chesky, Julian Castro, Cedric Alexander, John Heilemann, Matthew Dowd, and Fred Guttenberg
Nicolle Wallace discusses the peddling of replacement theory rhetoric in conservative media and by the GOP. Plus, Rep. Liz Cheney targets Trump, the DOJ requests transcripts from the Jan. 6th committee, primary day in Pennsylvania, and remembering the victims of the Buffalo shooting.Joined by: Erroll Southers, Miles Taylor, Carl Cameron, Donny Deutsch, Dan Goldman, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Luke Broadwater, Jason Johnson, and David Jolly
Nicolle Wallace discusses growing threats to election security. Plus, the Supreme Court leak signals more radical opinions to come, Sen. Paul blocks the passage of Ukraine aid, Pennsylvania's ultra-MAGA Senate candidate, and the fight to protect democracy.Joined by: Amy Gardner, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Michael Steele, Michele Goodwin, Gen. Barry McCaffrey, Helene Cooper, Nick Corasaniti, David Jolly, Dasha Burns, Jocelyn Benson, Max Boot, and Cal Perry