Nicolle Wallace discusses the Supreme Court signaling their willingness to uphold abortion limits. Plus, a Capitol riot suspect says Trump called him to battle, Mark Meadows' new book says Trump tested positive for Covid-19 days before a debate with Biden, divisions continue to brew among House Republicans, the Jan. 6 committee releases their contempt report for Jeffrey Clark, Sen. Chris Murphy calls out Republicans for their lack of support on gun reform, and some potentially hopeful news about the new coronavirus variant.Joined by: Joyce Vance, Fatima Goss Graves, John Heilemann, David Jolly, Eugene Daniels, Katie Benner, Neal Katyal, Tim Miller, Katty Kay, Shannon Watts, and Dr. Ashish Jha
Co-Chairs Thompson and Cheney have said they “will continue to assess” the Trump Chief of Staff's compliance going forward. Georgia's Secretary of State, Brad Raffensperger, spent four hours answering the committee's questions earlier today. And, the White House is redoubling it's pandemic response in the face of the new Omicron variant. Ashley Parker, Carol Leonnig, Paul Butler, Dr. Irwin Redlener, Jason Johnson and Tim Miller join.
Marjorie Taylor Greene is calling the shots and owning Kevin McCarthy, while some Republican governors are paying people NOT to get vaccinated. Bonus content: Taylor v Jake. Tim Miller joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast. Special Guest: Tim Miller.
We're joined today by Tim Miller, along with Rod and Karen from The Black Guy Who Tips Podcast. In this episode we discuss getting boosters, another Goldbelly success story, rising car prices, Randolph getting groped, the Popeyes lady, the Washington Spirit, Afrika Bambaataa on the run, a dramatic local news report, and a golden shower at a rock concert.
The two right wing personalities were two of five subpoenas issued by the committee today. Meanwhile, President Biden re-nominated Jerome Powell to helm the Federal Reserve. And he is considering dipping into the Strategic Petroleum Reserve to lower gas prices. Yamiche Alcindor, Philip Rucker, Joyce Vance, Robert Gibbs, Tim Miller and Dr. Kavita Patel join.
Here is timely advice for Democrats from Joy-Ann Reid, Donnie Deutsch, and Tim Miller. The brother of Rep. Paul Gosar slams him on Lawrence Odonnell. Texas GOP fraud. Texas consumers will surely enjoy the opportunity to pay for the costs of Winter Storm Uri: This is what happens when Republicans run a state with Conservative principles. People are just commodities to be exploited. Our Republican Legislature effectively murdered Texans. Joy Ann Reid agrees Quinnipiac Poll is incoherent and gives sound mitigating advice to Democrats. Ironically, I wrote about this where I stated “As one opens this particular Quinnipiac poll, it is evident that something is wrong with our psyche. We are confused. There is something to be said about critical thinking. And the lack thereof over the years in this country has made things progressively worse.” Did you just call the Democrats weenies? Donnie Deutsch asked Nicolle Wallace. Deutsch had some great advice to Democrats to win 2022 Paul Gosar brother appeared on Lawrence and completely slammed his character. He also said his intellect was suspect. --- If you like what we do please do the following! Most Independent Media outlets continue to struggle to raise the funds they need to operate much like the smaller outlets like Politics Done Right SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube Channel here. LIKE our Facebook Page here. Share our blogs, podcasts, and videos. Get our books here. Become a YouTube PDR Posse Member here. Become a Politics Done Right Subscriber via Patreon here. Become a Politics Done Right Subscriber via Facebook here. Consider providing a contribution here. Please consider supporting our GoFundMe equipment fund here. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/politicsdoneright/support
Nicolle Wallace discusses Kyle Rittenhouse being acquitted of all charges. Plus, the House passes Biden's Build Back Better bill, a CDC panels recommends Pfizer and Moderna boosters for all adults, efforts by Republicans in Wisconsin to gain control over elections, former DC National Guard commander demands the Pentagon IG retract his report on January 6th, the search for a missing Chinese tennis player continues, and Anthony Weiner's ex-wife speaks about the moment he revealed the truth. Joined by: Maya Wiley, Shaquille Brewster, Reverend Al Sharpton, Frank Figliuzzi, Jonathan Lemire, Jackie Alemany, Dr. Irwin Redlener, John Heilemann, Errin Haines, Tim Miller, Matthew Miller, Ben Rhodes, Kavitha Davidson, and Huma Abedin
It's The Bulwark's job to talk about Jan 6, Democrats need to talk about kitchen table issues, and Chris Christie: We remember what you did. Tim Miller joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast. Special Guest: Tim Miller.
Chairman Thompson sent a letter to the former Chief of Staff warning him that if he failed to appear at a scheduled deposition tomorrow they would consider it “willful noncompliance,” and consider holding him in contempt of Congress. Meanwhile, surging inflation poses a challenge for the Biden administration. Sam Stein, Kimberly Atkins Stohr, Gen. Barry McCaffrey, Don Calloway, Tim Miller and Gregory Zuckerman join.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the January 6th committee ramping up their probe with six new subpoenas to Trump allies. Plus, one Republican senator's call for a revival of strong manhood, Ted Cruz's war with Big Bird, the GOP's disinformation problem, the rise of voting laws undermining democracy, the fallout over Aaron Rodgers' lie about being vaccinated, and Democrats' messaging problem.Joined by: Claire McCaskill, Michael Schmidt, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Greg Bluestein, Rep. Gerry Connolly, Steve Schmidt, Robert Costa, Tim Miller, Alexi McCammond, Marc Elias, Jemele Hill, and Matthew Dowd
Nicolle Wallace discusses Biden addressing the Democrats' loss last night in the Virginia governor race. Plus, the CDC recommends the covid vaccine for children 5-11, the Supreme Court hears arguments on a 2nd amendment case, Democrats scramble to beat the GOP on culture war issues, Republicans block a vote on the John Lewis Voting Rights Advancement Act, and the trial for Kyle Rittenhouse continues.Joined by: Michael Steele, Tim Miller, Jeremy Peters, Dr. Irwin Redlener, Fred Guttenberg, John Heilemann, Steve Schmidt, Donna Edwards, Ari Berman, Eddie Glaude, and Corri Hess
Tonight: Rep. Ruben Gallego, Michelle Goldberg, Tim Miller, Kara Swisher, Kevin Roose, Nancy AncrumTonight: New clues in the coup plot investigation as the Murdoch empire invents its own fictional reality. Plus, Congressman Ruben Gallego on just how close we came to a Trump coup. Then, the ominous purge of Republicans lawmakers who would stand up to Trump continues. And can Mark Zuckerberg escape whistleblowers, regulators and accountability inside the Metaverse?
Adam Kinzinger exits stage left, Hershel Walker enters stage right, and Liz Cheney goes YOLO. Plus, when will Democrats figure out how to sell their bill? Tim Miller joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast. Special Guest: Tim Miller.
Nicolle Wallace discusses the January 6th committee set to seek testimony from the attorney who drafted the memo about overturning the election. Plus, extremism goes mainstream following the insurrection, Biden campaigns for the Democratic candidate in Virginia's governor race, Kyle Rittenhouse's murder trial begins on Monday, election officials testify to the threats they've received, reporting finds Texas is behind the U.S. average in solving rape cases, the civil trial against the Unite the Right organizers in Charlottesville is underway, and a miniseries looks at the country's opioid epidemic.Joined by: Robert Costa, Katie Benner, Eugene Daniels, Tim Miller, Harry Litman, Alex Wagner, Charlie Sykes, Baoky Vu, Clint Watts, Fatima Goss Graves, Amy Spitalnick, and Danny Strong
Nicolle Wallace discusses the rift within the GOP seen as the debate over Steve Bannon's contempt vote. Plus, a congressman opens up about threats against his family, the Supreme Court declines to block Texas's abortion law for the second time, a tragic shooting on a movie set, Biden says he's willing to change the filibuster, Texas's governor appoints a former Trump attorney as the new secretary of state, an officer who defended the Capitol on January 6th weighs in on the congressional select committee, and a look at how the story of the Civil War is told.Joined by: Tim Miller, Jackie Alemany, Donna Edwards, Rep. Eric Swalwell, Fatima Goss Graves, Guad Venegas, Reverend Al Sharpton, Eugene Daniels, Alexi McCammond, state Rep. Jasmine Crockett, Scott MacFarlane, and Eddie Glaude
On today's show: art, social justice and more. A new episode of Undisciplined is out and host Caree Banton talks with Sharon Killian about Black art and social movements. Plus, writer and performer Tim Miller is in residency at the University of Arkansas, working with students and performing while here, and much more.
Former Pres. Trump is suing the Jan. 6 Committee and the National Archives to block the release of documents. The House panel is set to vote on a criminal contempt referral for Steve Bannon tomorrow. And the FDA is planning to greenlight “mixing and matching” COVID-19 vaccine boosters. Peter Baker, Jackie Alemany, Gen. Barry McCaffrey, Juanita Tolliver, Tim Miller and Dr. Celine Gounder join.
Depositions for the first four subpoenaed Trump aides come due tomorrow and Friday. Former Trump advisor Steve Bannon has already indicated he will defy the summons. Rep. Adam Schiff has said the Committee intends to respond with criminal referrals to the Justice Department. Meanwhile, the Biden agenda is stalled on Capitol Hill and the FDA weighs booster data for the Moderna and J&J vaccines. Yamiche Alcindor, Claire McCaskill, Robert Costa, Eugene Robinson, Tim Miller and Dr. Peter Hotez join.
Nicolle Wallace discusses questions over whether former Trump aides will comply with subpoenas from the select committee. Plus, the DOJ rips Texas's abortion ban in a new court filing, Trump is close to deal to sell his DC hotel, some Republicans look across the aisle to protect democracy, Texas's governor bans vaccine mandates, a look at covid's threat to children, and an NFL coach is out amid an uproar over past emails. Joined by: Yamiche Alcindor, Tim Miller, Phil Rucker, Rep. Gerry Connolly, Joyce Vance, Donny Deutsch, Mark McKinnon, Eddie Glaude, Donna Edwards, Michael Anderson, and Bill Rhoden
Nicolle Wallace discusses the White House formally declining Trump's request to assert executive privilege from the 1/6 select committee. Plus, a congressional investigation uncovers Trump hid millions in losses from his DC hotel, Sen. McConnell gets slammed by the GOP for ending the debt ceiling fight, Florida Republicans press Gov. DeSantis to back a Texas-style abortion ban, an Arizona state senator calls for election audits in every U.S. state, and a look at how the values of truth and objectivity have eroded.Joined by: Jeremy Bash, Tim Miller, Betsy Woodruff Swan, David Fahrenthold, Fatima Goss Graves, Katie Hobbs, Jocelyn Benson, Chuck Rosenberg, Rep. Madeleine Dean, Eugene Robinson, Reverend Al Sharpton, Clint Watts
Democrats on Twitter don't win votes and won't save our democracy from the madman who's back to playing his golden escalator greatest hits. James Carville and Tim Miller join Charlie Sykes on today's podcast. When will the Democrats see that constructive criticism is really an act of love? Special Guests: James Carville and Tim Miller.
A federal judge has temporarily halted the Texas law nearly banning all abortion. The state has appealed that judge's decision. Plus, Mitch McConnell has finally given Democrats the offer of a deal to keep the United States from defaulting on its debt, something economic experts say would be economically devastating for the globe. We discuss that and more with Peter Baker, Susan Page, Claire McCaskill, Eugene Robinson, Tim Miller, and Dr. Kavita Patel.
Tim Miller, writer-at-large at The Bulwark, joins Sarah to discuss focus groups with Trump supporters in Ohio and Georgia, two states that feature crucial 2022 Senate races with Trump-endorsed candidates. Hear what they're thinking about Josh Mandel, Herschel Walker, and more.
Welcome to the Startup Junkie's Podcast! This week we mixed it up a little. Jeff Amerine, Caleb Talley, and Davis McEntire are joined by guest co-host Tim McFarland and sit down with Tim Miller of Central Standard. Old friends, Tim and Jeff, catch up on his newest venture on the entrepreneurial journey. This episode discusses the flaws in talent recruiting agencies who pull from the international pools and what makes Central Standard different. Thanks for joining us! Shownotes: (0:49) Introducing Tim Miller of Central Standard (1:38) From Collegiate Track Athlete to Serial Entrepreneur (11:01) Experience as an Early Stage Startup (16:48) The War on Talent (31:55) Why Mexico? (35:50) Business Growth Outpacing Talent (40:08) Culture's Influence on Customer Loyalty (45:22) Central Standard's Business Model (55:34) Wrap Up Links: Jeff Amerine Caleb Talley Davis McEntire Timothy McFarland Timothy Miller Central Standard "It's a talent and recruiting agency, but I like to call a talent agency because first and foremost, I think what makes us different is we are trying to appeal to the talent down there, much like a CAA (creative artists agency.)" (20:46) Tim Miller "I think our message resonates. They see that we care about their career. We wanna help them find an industry." (25:37) - Tim Miller "We want to help people identify opportunities." (24:13) - Tim Miller "What you are seeing is that the people with deep pockets, um, are, are able to attract talent and, and, and talent is moving at a frequency. It's never moved before. Loyalty lasts only so long." (35:05) - Tim Miller startupjunkie.org wlj.com
On today's podcast, Tim Miller joins host Charlie Sykes to discuss Julie Andrews' birthday, why Dems should be grateful to Joe Manchin, Biden's immigration mess, Liz Cheney's opponent, and why Mike Pence is fawning over Hungary. Special Guest: Tim Miller.
Nicolle Wallace discuss the January 6th select committee bracing for battles over subpoenas. Plus, a former Republican launches his campaign for Texas Lieutenant Governor as a Democrat, worries about the Supreme Court's shadow docket, congressional dysfunction over the nation's debt ceiling, the growing number of threats against lawmakers, a DHS whistleblower says he was punished for refusing to manipulate intelligence during the Trump administration, LeBron James confirms he received the covid vaccine, and Trump loses a case against a former aide he was trying to silence. Joined by: Eugene Daniels, Ben Rhodes, Yamiche Alcindor, Matthew Dowd, Sen. Mazie Hirono, Betsy Woodruff Swan, Tim Miller, Clint Watts, Brian Murphy, Kevin Blackistone, and Harry Litman
Nicolle Wallace discusses Republicans pushing forward with the Big Lie despite the results of the Arizona audit showing no fraud. Plus, all eyes are on how Republicans will respond to subpoenas from the Jan. 6 select committee, the nearing threat of a government shutdown, Biden receives a Pfizer booster, a former DHS official claims the Trump administration censored intelligence for political reasons, the growing partisan divide over covid vaccines, a high-stakes week for Congressional Democrats, and Liz Cheney says she was wrong to oppose same-sex marriage. Joined by: Daniel Goldman, Claire McCaskill, Nick Corasaniti, Jason Johnson, Dr. Vin Gupta, Frank Figliuzzi, Carol Leonnig, David Leonhardt, Dr. Nahid Bhadelia, Leigh Ann Caldwell, and Tim Miller
Nicolle Wallace discusses reporting that the Biden administration is leaning toward turning over information to Congress about what the former president and his aides were doing during the insurrection. Plus, the findings of Arizona's sham audit will be released tomorrow, a CDC panel approves a Pfizer booster for those over 65, a look at Congressional Democrats' agenda, the radicalization of the GOP, bipartisan talks on police reform end without a deal, officials in Nevada declare covid misinformation a ‘public health crisis,' and criticism grows over the administration's deportation policy along the southern border. Joined by: Yamiche Alcindor, Tim Miller, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, Ryan Randazzo, Dr. Nahid Bhadelia, Sam Stein, Donna Edwards, Aaron Blake, Steve Schmidt, Carol Leonnig, Reverend Al Sharpton, Paul Butler, Dr. Kavita Patel, Justin Jones, and Sec. Alejandro Mayorkas
Pfizer has released data the company says shows a lower dose Covid vaccine is safe and effective on children ages 5-11. Plus, Biden is preparing to speak to the United Nations for the first time as president. MSNBC's Brian Williams is joined by Philip Rucker, Yamiche Alcindor, Dr. Céline Gounder, Dr. Scott Gottlieb, David Plouffe, and Tim Miller.
On today's podcast, Tim Miller joins host Charlie Sykes to discuss the retirement of Rep. Anthony Gonzalez, Biden's new COVID mandates, this weekend's Pro-Sedition Rally, and the Dem victory in the California recall election. Special Guest: Tim Miller.
Nicolle Wallace discusses GOP governors slamming Biden over covid vaccines. Plus, Senate Democrats near a deal on voting rights, past and present presidents call for unity as we remember 9/11, the ongoing threat of domestic extremism, the legal mind behind Texas's abortion law, Biden campaigns for California's governor before the state's recall election, and pressure mounts to get vaccines for children under 12 years old. Joined by: Claire McCaskill, Dr. Kavita Patel, Tim Miller, Marc Elias, Jeff Daniels, Nick Corasaniti, Donna Edwards, Clint Watts, Michael Schmidt, Seema Mehta, Jacob Soboroff, and Dr. Michael Anderson
Nicolle Wallace discusses the Texas's governor's absurd comments around his state's new abortion law. Plus, Vice President Harris campaigns for California Governor Gavin Newsom ahead of the recall election, doing the math around covid vaccinations and infections, the FBI releases a new video of the pipe bomb suspect from the day before the insurrection, how the new laws in Texas could change views around Supreme Court reform, the ride-sharing company Lyft takes a stand against Texas's abortion law, and one of the largest remaining Confederate statues is removed in Virginia.Joined by: Cecile Richards, Kimberly Atkins Stohr, Tim Miller, David Plouffe, Dr. Vivek Murthy, Ryan Reilly, Michael Schmidt, Rep. Madeleine Dean, Brian Fallon, Kristin Sverchek, Rep. Colin Allred, and Clint Watts
On today's podcast, Tim Miller joins host Charlie Sykes to answer the question: what opinion are you most nervous about expressing in public? (Plus, Biden's polls, abortion, and the future of Never Trump.) Special Guest: Tim Miller.
Nicolle Wallace discusses Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy threatening companies that comply with requests from the 1/6 select committee. Plus, a near-complete ban on abortion in Texas, GOP disinformation on the Afghanistan withdrawal, the ongoing fight for voting rights, Biden meets with the president of Ukraine, and a wildfire rages at Lake Tahoe. Joined by: Rep. Eric Swalwell, Tim Miller, Eugene Daniels, state Rep. Donna Howard, Katie Barlow, Steve Schmidt, Eddie Glaude, John Heilemann, Nick Corasaniti, Neal Katyal, Ashley Parker, and Jacob Ward
The U.S. military has officially ended its 20-year mission in Afghanistan with the last troops having left just before August 31 according to officials. Plus, officials in hurricane-battered New Orleans warn that people there could be without power for over a week. We discuss that and much more with Ali Velshi, Peter Baker, Carol Leonnig, Tom Nichols, Craig Fugate, David Plouffe, Tim Miller, and Dr. Kavita Patel.
MSNBC political analyst Tim Miller joins Molly Jong-Fast on this episode of The New Abnormal to discuss Biden's weird, new callousness with Afghanistan and Matt Gaetz' troll-y brother-in-law. Plus, Dr. Howard Dean, former governor of Vermont and former head of the DNC, has some strong words for the judge who is making people take horse medicine.If you haven't heard, every single week The New Abnormal does a special bonus episode for Beast Inside, the Daily Beast's membership program. where Sometimes we interview Senators like Cory Booker or the folks who explain our world in media like Jim Acosta or Soledad O'Brien. Sometimes we just have fun and talk to our favorite comedians and actors like Busy Phillips or Billy Eichner and sometimes its just discussing the fuckery. You can get all of our episodes in your favorite podcast app of choice by becoming a Beast Inside member where you'll support The Beast's fearless journalism. Plus! You'll also get full access to podcasts and articles. To become a member head to newabnormal.thedailybeast.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
On today's podcast, Tim Miller joins host Charlie Sykes to talk about Dan Crenshaw, My Pillow Guy, the Know-Nothing Revolution, childless cat people, and Biden's Afghan disaster. Special Guest: Tim Miller.
On today's podcast, Tim Miller joins host Charlie Sykes to discuss his worries about Hot Joe Summer, Tucker's Anti-American Tour, the GOP's Herschel Walker problem, Apple's creepy surveillance plan, and the future of Andrew Cuomo. Special Guest: Tim Miller.