President Donald Trump is striking out at China and Canada with tariffs, attempting to level the playing field for U.S. producers. Host Kerri Miller spoke with Political Junkie Ken Rudin about trade policy and more.
President Trump made headlines this morning by tweeting that he has the power to pardon himself. Ken Rudin, the host of the Political Junkie podcast talked about how presidents have used that power in the past.
Political Junkie host Ken Rudin and assistant professor Kelly Dittmar joined host Kerri Miller to talk about why some of these women voted for President Trump and how they feel about it now. Dittmar is in the political science department at Rutgers, Camden campus.
Ken Rudin was joined by Chris Farrell to talk about Stormy Daniels' interview on "60 Minutes," regarding her alleged sexual encounter with President Trump while he was a private citizen. They also spoke about the seemingly constant personnel turnover in the White House and the March for Our Lives events that took place all over the country this weekend.
Michael Wahid Hanna joined Kerri Miller for a discussion about America's complicated relationships with foreign allies. Does "America First" rhetoric weakens America's position as a global leader? Wahid Hanna is a senior fellow at the Century Foundation. Before Wahid Hanna joined the conversation, Ken Rudin, the Political Junkie, discussed the week's political news.
MPR News host Stephanie Curtis spoke to Ken Rudin, the host of the Political Junkie podcast, about the memo written by Rep. Devin Nunes, R-Calif. The memo raises questions about the legitimacy of the investigation into Russia's meddling in the 2016 presidential election. Rudin spoke about the contents of the memo the Democratic response.
Ken Rudin joined host Kerri Miller for his weekly segment about politics, but this time a third guest joined to talk about DACA. Alan Gomez covers immigration for USA Today. He spoke to Kerri and Ken about what we can expect from Congress in the next few days.