Patrick Pfingsten talks about the cult of Trumpism and how it's tearing apart free thinking and political discourse. He's joined by Jamie Lovegrove of the Post & Courier in Charleston, South Carolina on the Palmetto State primary this week. We're also joined by Congressman Rodney Davis (R-IL), who was one of the members of Congress targeted by a shooter last year.
Patrick Pfingsten talks about the summit between North Korea and the United States. Then, we talk about our crumbling relationships with trading partners. We're joined by Claude Barfield of the American Enterprise Institute.
Patrick Pfingsten talks about Donald Trump's tactics of distraction. He's joined by Republican strategist and Trump supporter Chris Barron for a conversation on the Russia investigation and the North Korea nuclear summit.
Patrick Pfingsten discusses trade rhetoric and actions from the Trump administration. He's joined by American Farm Bureau Federation trade expery Dave Salmomsen. On the day of the California primary, Los Angeles Times political reporter Seema Mehta joins us for a preview.
Patrick Pfingsten talks about Democrats' need for a new message in the November election. He's joined by Kurt Erickson of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch on the fall of Missouri Governor Eric Greitens. We also talk with former George W. Bush and John McCain campaign aide Tucker Eskew.
Patrick Pfingsten talks about the outlook for the 2018 election in battleground states. He's joined by Stephen Gutowski of the Washington Free Beacon to discuss school shootings and Donald Trump's potential role in Russian collusion and the conservative implications of his presidency.
Patrick Pfingsten discusses Donald Trump's decision to cancel the summit with North Korean leader Kim Jung-Un and his attacks on the FBI for using an informant to investigate his campaign. We're joined by national security attorney Brad Moss to discuss North Korea and Trump's "spygate" claims.
Patrick Pfingsten talks about how Republicans can't get their act together on immigration policy. Hans von Spakovsky of the Heritage Foundation joins us to discuss the immigration debate and Russian election meddling.
Patrick Pfingsten looks at Tuesday's big Senate primaries in Indiana and West Virginia. Indiana radio host Abdul Hakim-Shabazz and West Virginia radio host Brad McElhinny discuss the races. Political strategist Mark McKinnon talks about his show "The Circus" on Showtime.
Patrick Pfingsten discusses the Russia investigation and its importance to democracy. Republican strategist Liz Mair joins the podcast with more on Russia and the future prospects of the GOP in the age of Trumpism.