In this episode of The Bipartisan Podcast I discuss the Senate and the pardon of the president, plus the Trump Budget Agenda for 2021, and just how it may affect us all, should this incumbent president get another four years...god help us all!
So for the 36th episode of The Bipartisan Podcast, the last female candidate on the Democratic side running for the White House might just be the candidate that I think could upset "The Donald" and that's Marianne Williamson. This is the first part of my coverage of Williamson for the podcast.
In the 34th episode of the podcast, it's time to focus on Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota, and in what should have been an editorial the premise of "Labels" Pops it's little head up on Facebook once again from a GOP leaning Trump supporter, and needless to say the discussion wasn't a civil one.
In the 31st episode of the podcast, I start to vet the Democratic candidates for the 2020 Presidential campaign beginning with Senator Kamala Harris.
Kamala Harris Campaign Page...www.kamalaharris.org/our-america
This episode of the podcast discusses the Bill Cosby sentencing, and why it seems almost like the Kavanaugh allegation issue, the on again and off again Rosenstein resignation drama, and of course Trump's United Nations speech and the facts and the fiction behind it.