Sarah, Steve, Jonah, and David discuss the state of the 2020 race as we kick off the first week of summer, and what the revelations in John Bolton’s book mean for the president’s administration.

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Martin Gurri, a former CIA analyst, joins Sarah and Steve to discuss our information overload, the loss of trust in institutions and figures of authority, and the role of tech platforms.

 

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Sarah, Steve, Jonah, and David discuss the president’s executive order on policing, proposed reforms on Capitol Hill, the growing tension between China and India, and the Supreme Court’s landmark Title VII decision.

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The Dispatch’s own Andrew Egger and Declan Garvey join Steve for a discussion on the blow-up at The New York Times over its Tom Cotton op-ed, woke culture, Trump superfans, and the empathy gap.

 

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Sarah, Steve, Jonah, and David discuss the continued fallout over the death of George Floyd and the events of Lafayette Square, why this moment feels different, police reform on Capitol Hill, and the “defund the police” movement.

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Jane Coaston, senior politics reporter at Vox, joins Sarah and Steve for a wide-ranging discussion on racism and police violence as protests around the world continue over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis.

 

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Sarah, Steve, Jonah, and David discuss the president’s walk across Lafayette Square, protests around country sparked by George Floyd’s death, Steve King’s primary loss and what it says about the future of the GOP, protesting in the age of social distancing, and journalism ethics.

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McKay Coppins, staff writer at The Atlantic, joins Sarah and Steve to discuss his piece on disinformation in the 2020 campaign, Trump, Twitter, and the social media wars, and his advice for young reporters.

 

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Sarah and the guys discuss the president’s threats to crack down on Twitter, Joe Biden’s ‘Breakfast Club’ controversy, the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, and the president pushing a conspiracy theory that falsely accuses Joe Scarborough of murder.

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Sarah, Steve, Jonah, and David discuss the debate over unemployment benefits, the firing of the State Department’s inspector general, the recently declassified email from Susan Rice, and the team makes their VP picks for Joe Biden.

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Nobel Prize-winning economist Paul Romer joins Sarah and Steve to discuss his plan to safely and responsibly reopen the U.S. economy amid the coronavirus pandemic.

 

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Sarah, Jonah, and David discuss Joe Biden’s lead in the polls, the special election in California, what is “Obamagate,” and the future of social distancing and coronavirus.

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Sarah and Steve are joined by Thomas Joscelyn, who writes the Vital Interests newsletter for The Dispatch, to discuss the diplomatic battle between the U.S. and China, Afghanistan exit deal, and how a Biden administration might change our foreign policy.

 

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Sarah and the guys take a deep dive into China from coronavirus to the battle for missile supremacy, reopening businesses around the country, the new culture war over wearing a mask, and the political fallout of a second wave of the pandemic.

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Bret Baier, chief political anchor at Fox News, joins Sarah and Steve to talk 2020 politics: Joe Biden’s sexual misconduct allegation, veepstakes, Justin Amash’s third-party run, and the president’s handling of coronavirus.

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Sarah, Steve, Jonah, and David discuss Justin Amash’s move towards a third-party presidential run, the sexual misconduct allegation against Joe Biden, and round two of the paycheck protection program.

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Jonathan Karl, chief White House correspondent at ABC News, joins Sarah and Steve to discuss his new book Front Row at the Trump Show and how this presidency has changed the way we think about politics.

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Sarah and the guys discuss the protests to reopen the economy amid the coronavirus outbreak, testing capacity and the divide between the federal government and states, and the president’s move to block new green cards.

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Sarah and the guys discuss the protests to reopen the economy amid the coronavirus outbreak, testing capacity and the divide between the federal government and states, and the president’s move to block new green cards.

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Sarah, Steve, Jonah, and David discuss the debate to reopen the economy amid the coronavirus pandemic, federalism and overreach by governors, and the president’s decision to halt funding for the World Health Organization.

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