Tonight on the Last Word: Gov. Gavin Newsom thanks supporters after the California recall vote fails. Also, a new book reveals the details of a phone call between House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Gen. Mark Milley after the January 6 Capitol attack. And Lawrence breaks down Donald Trump's history of lying about 9/11. Steve Kornacki, David Plouffe, Ann O'Leary, Christina Bellantoni, Sen. Alex Padilla, Rep. Anna Eshoo, John Heilemann, Maria Teresa Kumar and Rep. Karen Bass join Lawrence O'Donnell.
NBC News projects that California Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom has survived a Republican-led effort to recall him from office. Steve Kornacki, Jacob Soboroff, Mike Murphy, A.B. Stoddard, Philip Rucker, and Seema Mehta all join.
Guests: Marc Elias, Steve Kornacki, Stacey Abrams, Dr. Anthony FauciNew reporting on just how close Mike Pence came to caving to Trump. Plus, Stacey Abrams on today's big voting rights compromise among Democrats. Then, should vaccinations be required to fly on an airplane? Dr. Anthony Fauci on why he supports the idea. And the one and only Steve Kornacki is here to kick off election night coverage as we get our first exit polls in the California recall.
Tonight's guest are Steve Kornacki, MSNBC politics correspondent; and Dr. Jeanne Marrazzo, director of the Division of Infectious Disease at the University of Alabama at Birmingham.
Today's guests: Susannah George, Bureau Chief, Washington Post Afghanistan. Steve Kornacki, national political correspondent, NBC News. Josh Kraushaar, senior national political columnist, National Journal Daily. Lanhee Chen, David and Diane Steffy Fellow, The Hoover Institution. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
The dean of Brown University's School of Public Health Dr. Ashish Jha reacts to the FDA's decision to grant full approval to Pfizer's Covid-19 vaccine. Former U.S. Ambassador to Afghanistan under President George W. Bush discusses the U.S. reaction to the Taliban's warning to not go past the August 31st deadline to finish evacuations. NBC's Priscilla Thompson is live in the hard-hit Waverly, Tennessee, to deliver the latest on the devastating flooding to hit the middle of the state. CNBC's Kate Rogers digs into the evolution of outdoor dining during the course of the pandemic. Steve Kornacki breaks down how the U.S. troop withdrawal from Afghanistan has impacted President Biden's approval rating. Plus, Dean of the Mt. St. Joseph University School of Behavioral and Natural Sciences Gene Kritsky explains why lanternflies are so dangerous to particular ecosystems.
Special guests in today's podcast include:1. Steve Kornacki, Kornacki Sports Report and MGoBlue.com (Michigan Wolverines)2. Ben Moore, Panther Talk (Georgia State Panthers)3. Crew Members roundtable CFB (a. Frontrunners; b. On Field Issues; c. Dark Horses)4. Crew Members roundtable WWE storylines and ramp up to SummerSlam
MSNBC's Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Friday, July 30, and reports on Trump's efforts to subvert the 2020 election, the coronavirus and the Arizona ballot audit. Fab 5 Freddy and Steve Kornacki join.
We lead this episode of The ReidOut with the latest flash point in the COVID-19 culture war--required mandates for masks and vaccines. Dr. Lipi Roy joins us saying, "We need to aggressively counter the anti-vaccination movement. It is killing people." Next, Texas St. Rep. Senfronia Thompson and Sen. Jeff Merkley join The ReidOut to discuss the battle to protect voting rights. Then, Rep. Ilhan Omar weighs in on the progressive push for a broader infrastructure bill. Finally, MSNBC's Steve Kornacki joins us all the way from Tokyo with a live report on the 2020 Olympics! All this and more in this edition of The ReidOut on MSNBC.
Jason went to the Isanti County Fair and saw some animals. A kid got how much for a funky Dorito chip?! Alexis went to an AbFab restaurant in Stillwater. And we celebrate a Minnesotan Olympian, drones and Steve Kornacki.
Our friend Steve Kornacki joins the podcast today to talk about the results of the New York City primary in the Democratic party and what they say about the party’s ideological makeup—and about the future of ranked-choice voting. It’s great. Give a listen.
Our friend Steve Kornacki joins the podcast today to talk about the results of the New York City primary in the Democratic party and what they say about the party's ideological makeup—and about the future of ranked-choice voting. It's great. Give a listen.
Today's guests: Senator Tom Cotton from Arkansas. Admiral James Stavridis, co-author of “2034”. Steve Kornacki, NBC News national political correspondent. David Drucker, Washington Examiner, senior political correspondent. Byron York, Washington Examiner, chief political correspondent. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Democrats are vowing to keep fighting after Republicans in the Senate all voted to block debate on a voting rights bill. Every Senate Democrat supported the legislation that GOP Sen. Mike Lee said the bill was 'written in hell by the devil.' MSNBC's Brian Williams discusses this and much more with Sam Stein, Jonathan Lemire, Cynthia Alksne, Steve Kornacki, A.B. Stoddard, Michael Steele, and Dr. Irwin Redlener.
Tonight on the Last Word: Sen. Joe Manchin fails to convince a single Republican to vote in favor of the For the People Act, drawing intense scrutiny on the filibuster rule. Also, new polls reveal that a majority of Americans support new infrastructure and police reform bills. Plus, Steve Kornacki analyzes the preliminary results of the New York City Mayoral Primary. And Ethiopia's historic election is overshadowed by conflict and crisis in its northern region of Tigray. Sen. Jeff Merkley, Sen. Alex Padilla, Jonathan Capehart, David Plouffe and Nick Kristof also join Lawrence O'Donnell.
Joy Reid leads The ReidOut tonight with the For the People Act failing to get enough votes to head to the Senate floor for debate. Politics expert Stuart Stevens says of this moment that Democrats, "need to nationalize [the 2022] election and make it a referendum on democracy." U.S. Surgeon General Dr. Vivek Murthy also joins us to share his concerns about the COVID-19 Delta variant. Then, legal expert Elie Mystal explains what he believes is necessary for a thorough prosecution of the Jan. 6 Capitol insurrection. Plus, Steve Kornacki explains ranked-choice voting, which New York City is using for the first time, in today's mayoral primary election. Finally, for the second time in history the Senate held a hearing on legislation to make Washington, D.C. the 51st state. Joy critiques the Senate Republicans who made bad faith arguments against equal representation for its more than 700,000 residents. All this and more in this Tuesday edition of The ReidOut with Joy Reid.
NBC's Steve Kornacki reports on the New York City mayoral primary, which put a spotlight on the ranked-choice voting process. Kornacki demonstrates how ranked-choice voting works. NBC's Sahil Kapur discusses Mitch McConnell and Senate Republicans blocking debate on the voting rights bill. Vice President Kamala Harris says the fight for voting rights is not over. CNBC's Andrew Ross Sorkin discusses airlines slashing flights and hiking prices as travel demand continues to surge. Meanwhile, CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports on the rise in unruly passengers engaging in physical assaults on flights and in airports. The Federal Aviation Administration is proposing $500,000 in fines for these passengers. Plus, CNBC's Kate Rogers reports on LGBTQ+ business owners and their experiences managing their respective businesses.
NBC's Steve Kornacki saw his star shine a little brighter on November 3rd, 2020 and the succeeding weeks as he walked Americans through the results of a long, arduous, and oftentimes confusing election. But Kornacki has been providing that kind of astute analysis for a long time, and he's bringing it to this episode of The Hangover to discuss how our changing electorate has contributed to the sense of political chaos from the 90s until now. In a political culture where polling seems less and less accurate, and where the weak parties contribute to strong partisanship, how can the GOP claw its way back to a sensible-but-popular agenda? Show Notes: -Steve Kornacki's The Red and the Blue: The 1990s and the Birth of Political Tribalism -Republicans were not enthusiastic for Romney -“The Growth and Opportunity Project,” or, the 2012 GOP autopsy -Ohio is much more Republican now than it was four years ago -Wisconsin's “WOW” counties See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Tonight's guests are Ben Rhodes, former deputy national security advisor to President Obama, Oklahoma State Rep. Regina Goodwin, and Steve Kornacki, MSNBC political correspondent.
Today's guests: Karl Rove, Former White House Deputy Chief of Staff. Jake Sherman, co-founder, Punchbowl News. Salena Zito, columnist, New York Post/Washington Examiner. Josh Kraushaar, political editor, National Journal. Steve Kornacki, national political correspondent, NBC News. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This week between the classics, the Triple Crown is still the main topic of conversation on the Ron Flatter Racing Pod. Steve Kornacki of NBC News talks about his successful pick of Medina Spirit in the Kentucky Derby, and he looks forward to next week's Preakness. So does trainer Mike McCarthy, who sends his colt Rombauer to race at Pimlico. South Point's Chris Andrews handicaps weekend races at Belmont Park. Every episode of the RFRP is available via free subscription at iHeart, Apple, Google, Spotify, Stitcher and at VSiN.com/podcasts. It is sponsored by 1/ST BET. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.com
The Blackhawks lost their fifth straight game on Monday and have been knocked out of playoff contention but there are still some things to learn from this team before the season ends. Pat Boyle is joined by Jamal Mayers to discuss what they need to see from the young players, what they need to improve on to have a better season next year, and what the next stage of this rebuild looks like. Later in the podcast, Pat Boyle is joined by numbers expert and Steve Kornacki from NBC News as they break down the Central Division standings.(1:30) - Blackhawks effort level in the final game of playoff contention(5:20) - What can the first-year players learn about this season that they can take into the next?(9:32) - Alex DeBrincat's play this season and how he can become an even better player next year(12:00) - What should fans be looking for in the last four games?(15:35) - NBC News numbers expert Steve Kornacki joins Pat Boyle to discuss the Central Division playoff race
Today's guests: Glenn Youngkin, candidate for VA Governor. Jake Sherman, co-founder, Punchbowl News. Jim Geraghty, columnist, National Review. Steve Kornacki, political analyst, MSNBC. Josh Kraushaur, political editor, National Journal. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
We have another reason to love Steve Kornacki! The Kentucky Derby was Saturday — what a race! We love local and talked to Nick Rice about Cyber Village Academy. Would You Rather: be an inch taller or smaller or have perfect private parts? Alexis watched Sound of Metal.
Episode 141 of the Sports Media Podcast features two guests. First up is Steve Kornacki, an NBC News and MSNBC national political correspondent who will serve as an insight analyst for NBC’s coverage of the Kentucky Derby. Kornacki previously analyzed NFL playoff probabilities for Football Night In America. He is followed by Tashan Reed, who covers the Las Vegas Raiders for The Athletic. In this podcast, Kornacki discusses how he landed assignments with NBC Sports including the Kentucky Derby; how he felt his Football Night In America experience went, and whether he expects to be back this fall; whether a knowledge of sports helps with understanding politics and elections; the notion of horse racing coverage within a political context; growing up as a horse racing and Patriots fan in Massachusetts; how is analyzing the Derby for viewers; whether he will place bets at the Derby; the feedback he has received from his sports segments; how conscious he is that some viewers will autonomically wonder or question why a political analyst is on a sports broadcast; the tribute videos Leslie Jones has made for him, and more. Reed discusses covering an NFL team in Las Vegas; working while family members were suffering with COVID; the challenges of covering the NFL Draft amid COVID; what he expects Las Vegas to be as an NFL city; where he expects the Raiders to go in the Draft; his piece on Raiders owner Mark Davis and the Raiders’ social media feed, and more. You can subscribe to this podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, Audacy, and more. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
In this two hour special, Shepard Smith previews President Joe Biden's first address to a joint session of Congress tonight. Biden will press his so-far popular agenda, which includes a $2 trillion infrastructure plan and a newly unveiled, $1.8 trillion plan for families, children and students. Larry Sabato, director of the University of Virginia center for politics, discusses what to expect from tonight’s address. Marc Morial, former mayor of New Orleans, discusses what people want to see with police reform. Steve Kornacki reports statistics on President Biden’s approval ratings on various issues including the Covid-19 pandemic, the economy, uniting the country, race relations, taxes, guns, and more. Plus, the FBI executed search warrants at Rudy Giuliani’s home and law office for his involvement in Ukraine. A judge has blocked the public release of bodycam videos in Andrew Brown, Jr.‘s shooting, saying it will jeopardize the ongoing investigation. The FDA could also ban menthol cigarettes as early as tomorrow.
Tonight: how Derek Chauvin got more justice than just about any American ever does, and the renewed push for big change. Then, Senate Republicans confront reality by way of Stacey Abrams. Plus, Ben Rhodes on what our president can do about the Russian president as protesters swarm the streets for Alexey Navalny. And Steve Kornacki and his big board break down where we are after 200 million shots in 92 days.Guests: Rep. Cori Bush, Damon Hewitt, Sen. Cory Booker, Ari Berman, Steve Kornacki, Ben Rhodes
Matt Parrino and Ryan Talbot are joined by legendary quarterback Doug Flutie, who played for the Bills in the late '90s and early 2000s. The conversation covered looking back at Flutie's playing days and some of the memories he made in Buffalo and then to the modern game. He gave his takes on Josh Allen, the rookie quarterback class, and more. After the conversation, Matt and Ryan stick around to discuss Brandon Beane's press conference from Tuesday. What were the top takeaways and reaction to his comments on looming 5th-year option decisions on Josh Allen and Tremaine Edmunds.(2:08) Doug talks about new new podcast and some of the amazing guests he's had so far like Brett Favre and Jim Kelly.(3:40) Ryan asks Doug about the Flutie Flakes cereal phenomenon and how it's evolved over the years.(6:55) Political analyst Steve Kornacki recently said Doug Flutie was his favorite player. Doug reacts to the story.(9:03) Comparing Doug's game to Josh Allen's.(10:57) Doug breaks down the rookie QB class.(16:40) How could Doug have performed with an innovative, forward thinking OC back during his career?(22:19) Flutie's thoughts on Ryan Fitzpatrick, who often gets compared to him.(24:23) Flutie vs. Rob Johnson saga - Doug discusses the controversy and who was ultimately responsible for playing Rob in Tennessee playoff game.hout!" A Buffalo Bills football podcast is available on Apple, Spotify, Google, Stitcher, Acast and wherever you listen to podcasts.Follow @MattParrino (https://twitter.com/MattParrino) and @RyanTalbotBills (https://twitter.com/RyanTalbotBills) on TwitterFind Doug's podcast: Flutie Flakescast on all the podcast platforms (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/flutie-flakescast/id1550825910)Find our Bills coverage wherever you like to consume social media:Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/buffalobillsnyupFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/buffalobillsnyupTwitter: https://twitter.com/billsupdatesFor all your Bills coverage head to https://www.syracuse.com/buffalo-bills/ See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
Nicolle Wallace discusses conservative voices coming out defending the constitutionality of impeaching a former president. Plus, whether the GOP is able to break from its Trump addiction, how litigation is a new front in the war against misinformation, the latest on the covid vaccine rollout, Trump’s impeachment defense lawyers submit a brief to the Senate, a majority of Americans want Trump convicted, and the race between covid vaccines and new variants. Joined by: Claire McCaskill, Michael Schmidt, Daniel Goldman, Jonathan Lemire, Tara Setmeyer, Michael Grynbaum, Dr. Vin Gupta, David Plouffe, Melissa Murray, Phil Rucker, Rep. Jim Himes, Steve Kornacki, and Keir Simmons
President Biden addressed the need for urgency on passing the Covid relief package today, citing the disappointing jobs data. Top democrats are pushing the bill through budget reconciliation, which does not need Republican support. Kayla Tausche joins Shep Smith to report. V-Health Passport’s CEO says people are using its services for a digital passport when traveling around the world amid the pandemic. NBC’s Sarah Harman joins Shep Smith to report. Steve Kornacki joins Shepard Smith to report statistics comparing the first and second impeachment of former President Trump. He also discusses numbers ahead of this weekend’s Super Bowl game. Plus, legalized sports betting and virtual fitness.
President-elect Joe Biden is preparing for the next four years. This includes a nationwide mask challenge and federal mandate to combat Covid-19, rejoining the Paris Climate Accord, extending student loan forbearance and reversing the Muslim travel ban. Kayla Tausche joins Shepard Smith to discuss. Washington D.C. has 25,000 National Guard troops defending the Capitol ahead of tomorrow’s inauguration day ceremony. Former Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano discusses the security measures being taken in Washington, D.C. and state capitals around the country. NBC’s Steve Kornacki reports on President-elect Biden’s popularity and whether voters believe he has the right characteristics to be president. Plus, Trump’s farewell speech and tributes all around the country to the nation’s 400,000 Americans who’ve died from Covid-19.
Nicolle Wallace discusses Democrats drafting an article of impeachment against Donald Trump for inciting insurrection. Plus, a U.S. Capitol Police officer dies from injuries sustained in the riot, the racial double standard revealed by the insurrection, the members of the GOP that enabled Trump, new national security concerns following the riot at the Capitol, and the daily death toll from coronavirus tops 4,000 for the first time.Joined by: Ashley Parker, Heidi Przybyla, Tim Miller, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, Donny Deutsch, Rev. Al Sharpton, Steve Kornacki, Peter Baker, A.B. Stoddard, Eugene Robinson, Jonathan Swan, Frank Figliuzzi, David Plouffe, Alicia Menendez, and Dr. Ashish Jha
Nicolle Wallace discusses the Georgia senate runoff elections taking place today. Plus, Trump pressures Pence to choose him over the Constitution, Kenosha's district attorney announces no charges will be filed against law enforcement involved in the shooting of Jacob Blake, how the rest of the world views Trump's attacks against democracy, and a record number of Americans are hospitalized with covid.Joined by: Greg Bluestein, Cornell Belcher, Yamiche Alcindor, Reverend Al Sharpton, Paul Butler, Gabe Gutierrez, Jake Sherman, Shaquille Brewster, David Jolly, Aisha Mills, Alex Wagner, Priscilla Thompson, Steve Kornacki, Jonathan Swan, Matt Viser, Ben Rhodes, and Dr. Nahid Bhadelia
Jason Johnson and Jonathan Capehart, in for Nicolle Wallace, discuss President-elect Biden addressing the coronavirus pandemic and the slow pace of vaccinations. Plus, Trump is nearly AWOL during the deadliest month of the pandemic, the fate of the $2,000 covid relief checks now lies with the Senate, a look back on the Black Lives Matter movement this year, delivering the vaccine to long-term care facilities, one week to go until the Georgia senate runoffs, and a new infectious variant of the coronavirus reaches the U.S.Joined by: Geoff Bennett, Eddie Glaude, Dr. Peter Hotez, Peter Baker, Aisha Mills, Brittney Packnett Cunningham, Vaughn Hillyard, Jake Sherman, Christina Greer, Charlie Sykes, Steve Kornacki, Tia Mitchell, Michael Eric Dyson, Brittney Cooper, and Dr. Lipi Roy
Nicolle Wallace discusses the electoral college meeting today to certify Joe Biden's victory. Plus, the first covid vaccines are administered in the U.S., certain states take precautions to keep their electors safe, and Trump announces via tweet that his attorney general is leaving.Joined by: Steve Schmidt, Claire McCaskill, Yamiche Alcindor, Dr. Vin Gupta, Vaughn Hillyard, Steve Kornacki, Olivia Troye, Jeremy Bash, A.B. Stoddard, Yasmin Vossoughian, Robert Costa, Monica Alba, Jon Meacham, and Mike Schmidt
On Today's episode of the Dan Patrick Show DP recaps last night's matchup between the Cowboys and Ravens. Are the Ravens a legitimate contender at this point? Where do the Cowboys go from here? We're joined by College Football Writer for The Athletic Andy Staples, NBC Election Map expert Steve Kornacki, and the Voice of the SEC Paul Finebaum. Plus, Does it make sense to schedule another game for Ohio State, now their matchup with Michigan has been cancelled? Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Steve Kornacki tells Dan that he some times gets confused as Tim Hayes. Steve says his big break came from drawing a males body part on the Tonight Show. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://news.iheart.com/podcast-advertisers
Exclusive interviews with Dr. Deborah Birx, White House Coronavirus Response Coordinator and Sen. Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.). Plus, Gabriel Sterling, Voting System Implementation Manager for the State of Georgia, explains why he went public with his concerns over intimidation. Steve Kornacki, Kimberly Atkins, Jeff Mason and Danielle Pletka join the Meet the Press roundtable to discuss President Trump's campaign rally in Georgia.
Nicolle Wallace discusses President-Elect Joe Biden announcing a covid advisory board. Plus, Trump fires Defense Secretary Mark Esper, Pfizer says its vaccine is proving to be more than 90% effective, how the suburbs were key to Biden's victory, the president still not accepting the results of the election, and how the rest of the world is viewing Biden's win. Joined by: Carol Lee, Ben Rhodes, John Heilemann, Dr. Vin Gupta, Steve Kornacki, Basil Smikle, Peter Baker, Olivia Troye, Steve Schmidt, Eugene Robinson, Errin Haines, Jacob Soboroff, and Keir Simmons
On today's episode of Who's There, our weekly call-in show, we take a gambit by discussing not one but TWO Who-filled Netflix shows, but before that: calls from Aly and AJ's biggest stan, Liam Payne's biggest critic, a Bachelor expert, a person with name blindness, and someone who CLEARLY doesn't watch Psych. Oh, we also play two very important calls about geckos and Steve Kornacki. As always, call 619.WHO.THEM to leave questions, comments, and concerns, and we may play your call on a future episode! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices
Nicolle Wallace discusses the wait for more ballots to be counted in the key states of Georgia, Pennsylvania, and Nevada. Plus, some of the Trump campaign's legal efforts are dismissed by judges, and the coronavirus pandemic hits another tragic milestone.Joined by: Steve Kornacki, Mike Memoli, Jon Ralston, Alexi McCammond, David Jolly, Peter Baker, Neal Katyal, Nick Confessore, Michael Steele, Juanita Tolliver, Robert Costa, Chris Jansing, Jacob Soboroff, Joyce Vance, and Ashley Parker
Tonight: Four days from November 3rd, the wild success story of early voting during a pandemic with Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf. Plus, Julian Castro on the Biden play for Texas, Steve Kornacki puts the state of the race in historical context, and what the last minute court decision means for absentee ballots in Minnesota.
Nicolle Wallace discusses Trump and Biden battling for the Midwest states with 4 days to go. Plus, the crucial Latino vote, Biden to hit the campaign trail with his former boss, the uncertainty surrounding Election Day, a deep dive into the poll numbers, and Democrats' push to turn Texas blue.Joined by: Robert Gibbs, Eli Stokols, Dr. Kavita Patel, Reverend Al Sharpton, Rosie Perez, Jason Johnson, Rick Stengel, Kimberly Atkins, Steve Kornacki, Lily Adams, and Sam Stein
Tonight: Six days away from the election, the President leaves his true believers out in the cold. Then, with fascinating new polling out of Wisconsin and Georgia and other key states, Steve Kornacki takes us through the state of the race. Plus, Governor Gretchen Whitmer on "Battleground Michigan" and the President’s attacks.
Nicolle Wallace discusses hundreds of Trump supporters left out in cold after a campaign rally. Plus, the growing concern of possible confrontations on Election Day, new polling in battleground states, the identity of Anonymous is revealed, the battle over mail-in voting continues in the courts, a new book detailing Trump's betrayal to the country, and coronavirus cases are reaching record highs.Joined by: Eddie Glaude, Peter Baker, David Jolly, Cal Perry, Amy Walter, Steve Kornacki, Michael Schmidt, Tim Miller, Elizabeth Neumann, A.B. Stoddard, Errin Haines, Jason Johnson, Pete Williams, David Rothkopf, and Dr. Kavita Patel
Nicolle Wallace discusses the White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows saying ‘we’re not going to control the pandemic.' Plus, the record number of early votes already cast, Trump's plan to remove top officials if he gets reelected, criticism of Kamala Harris sparks questions of a double standard, former president Obama slams Trump and calls his behavior 'not normal,' how this presidential race compares with 2016, coronavirus cases rising at an alarming rate, and how New York is looking ahead to the colder months. Joined by: Claire McCaskill, Dr. Lipi Roy, Phil Rucker, Tim O’Brien, Basil Smikle, Karine Jean-Pierre, Nick Confessore, Aisha Mills, Charlie Sykes, Steve Kornacki, Dr. Peter Hotez, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo
Tonight: the price of bungling the most important issue in the election. Plus, what nearly 50 million early votes already cast means, and Steve Kornacki on the shifting race in the battleground states. Then, how states following the President's lead on Covid-19 are paying a steep price.
On the Gist, we’re launching a week-long focus on election night and how different news organizations handle making the winning calls. In the interviews, Mike talks with NBC News’ national political correspondent Steve Kornacki about his network’s decision desk, their processes in tabulation, and how they will be closely monitoring the votes coming in days after Tuesday, November 3. Kornacki is the author of The Red and the Blue. Then, Mike speaks with CNN’s Brian Stelter about CNN’s plan for coverage, and the outsized role that Fox News represents and his predictions for their election day narrative. Stelter is the author of Hoax: Donald Trump, Fox News, and the Dangerous Distortion of Truth. Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Podcast production by Daniel Schroeder and Margaret Kelley. Slate Plus members get bonus segments and ad-free podcast feeds. Sign up now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices