Daily on Defense author Jamie McIntyre is here to discuss, as he puts it, what the heck is going on in Syria. Joining him is the Washington Examiner’s foreign affairs correspondent, Joel Gerhke. With our defense and foreign experts teaming up, Examining Politics is the place to be if you want to stay informed on current global events.

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Examining Politics is back with an in-depth conversation about justice. From Jeff Sessions’ testimony on Tuesday to whether or not Trump’s executive orders are constitutional, justice is the focus today. Join the Washington Examiner’s Jim Antle, Ryan Lovelace, and Tom Rogan for an insightful discussion.

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After a 1,700 mile long road trip, Salena is back home in Pittsburgh, her home city. Pittsburgh always finds a way into the national spotlight, such as Trump’s comment during his speech pulling out of the Paris Climate Accord, and Salena and her guests are here to discuss why that is. For everything politics and Pittsburgh, Examining Politics and Salena Zito are the place to be.

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The Washington Examiner’s Philip Wegman is joined by Emily Jashinsky and Melissa Quinn to discuss today’s shocking news of a gunman opening fire on the GOP’s baseball practice. For all of the important details and Washington’s reactions, Examining Politics is the best place to listen and learn.

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The Washington Examiner’s investigative reporter Todd Shepherd interviewed Carter Page, one of the first names to be brought up in collusion investigations into the Trump administration. Todd comes to Examining Politics to tell all. Joining him is Daily on Defense author Jamie McIntyre.

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Alex Pappas and Sarah Westwood discuss the upcoming week for the White House. After Comey gave his testimony last week, all eyes are on team Trump. The Washington Examiner’s White House correspondents discuss what to expect this week, and if Trump really has tapes of he and Comey’s conversations.

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Over the past two years, Americans have lost faith in their government. Salena Zito discusses how to get it back.

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Young Republicans are ditching the GOP like never before. Is it time to panic? Pollster and Washington Examiner contributor Kristen Soltis Anderson has the answer.

The Trump budget is in, and Pentagon correspondent Jamie McIntyre explains what it means for national defense.

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In the wake of the Manchester Bombing, Michael Rubin of the American Enterprise Institute discusses his recent Washington Examiner op-ed on how America can do more to lead in the fight against Islamist terror;

Meanwhile, our Economics Reporter Joe Lawler lays out the details on President Trump’s new budget, including cuts to… “Climate Change: The Musical?”

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Is Trump the “non-traditional” president who can break through the logjam of the Israel/Palestinian peace process? Foreign Affairs Reporter Joel Gehrke updates the latest from Trump’s Mideast trip, including Trump’s tough talk about terror in the capitol of Wahhabism.

Investigative Reporter Todd Shepherd on Gen. Michael Flynn’s decision to plead the 5th: Good lawyering, or a bad sign for the Trump White House?

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Breaking News Editor Alex Pappas updates the latest stories from the White House, including yet another news making comment from the President, and word that the Russia investigation may be intensifying.

Then it’s a special “Guest Op-Ed” from the Daily Beast/CNN’s Matt K. Lewis. Matt is a reporter, author and longtime political pundit who hosts his own podcast, Matt Lewis and the News. Matt talks about how his rural, Evangelical background impacts his reporting, and he answers the question: What advice would you give President Trump?

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Salena Zito talks to Michael Wear, who directed faith outreach for President Obama’s 2012 re-election campaign. Michael was also one of the youngest White House staffers in modern American history, and he served in the White House faith-based initiative during President Obama’s first term.

Michael is the author of Reclaiming Hope: Lessons Learned in the Obama White House About the Future of Faith in America.

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Sarah Westwood notes from the White House that 24 hours after the Comey memo revelation, not a single Trump official has gone on the record to defend the president;

Unlke, for example, NSA Director H R McMaster, who defended the president over conversations with Russian officials and put his own reputation on the line. Pentagon Reporter Jamie McIntyre talks about Gen. McMaster’s role, and how he’s being perceived back at the Pentagon

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T. Becket Adams breaks down the Trump/Russia/Intel story, separating fact from speculation, and speculation from spasms of anti-Trump hysteria.

Who killed Seth Rich and why? The death of this DNC staffer has become a major story, and reporter Kyle Feldscher has the disturbing details.

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Sarah Westwood reports on the mood at today’s White House briefing as Team Trump tried to move past the Comey firing and onto a new director at the FBI.

Why did the Supreme Court refuse to take a voter ID case from North Carolina—was it politics, procedure or a bit of Chief Justice pique? Supreme Court reporter Ryan Lovelace has the scoop.

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Breaking News editor Alex Pappas updates the day’s news on the Comey firing and its fallout, including President Trump’s announcement that he’d decided to dump Comey no matter what.

Pentagon Correspondent Jamie McIntyre reports that President Trump doesn’t like the Navy’s newest high-tech toy, and he updates us on how a new liberal leader in South Korea may put US soldiers there at risk.

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Salena Zito talks to Sean Parnell: Army Ranger, combat infantryman with the elite 10th Mountain Division, and veteran of 485 days of fierce fighting along the Afghan-Pakistan border. Parnell’s unique leadership skills welded his platoon into one of the most fierce and effective American fighting units in modern military history. What is life like for active-duty military and young veterans in Trump’s America?

Salena Zito’s “Main Street Meets The Beltway” comes to you every Thursday on the Examining Politics podcast, and is a joint production of the Washington Examiner and SiriusXM Radio.

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The Washington Examiner’s Chief Political Correspondent Byron York has inside information about how the Comey firing really happened. What’s the upside of Trump’s sudden and, apparently, poorly-timed actions? Byron has a theory straight out of Monty Python.

And Investigative Reporter Todd Shepherd on who is—and who SHOULD be—on the short list to become the next head of the FBI.

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Is the GOP majority an inevitable victim of the 2018 mid-terms, or do Republicans have a lock on the house? Tim Carney and Jim Antle make their predictions.

The Trump effect isn’t just (allegedly) destroying America—It’s destroying our marriages, too! Paul Bedard on a new report about politics pulling young couples apart.

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News Editor Pete Kasperowicz has the highlights from Sally Yates’ contentious hearings before the Senate today: Russia, collusion, immigration and the courts.

Contributor Tom Rogan joins us from Great Britain to explain why he think’s Emmanuel Macron’s victory in France is also win for American conservatives

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