The New Yorker: Politics and More
New York, NY
A weekly discussion about the President and developments in Washington, hosted by The New Yorker's executive editor, Dorothy Wickenden, and featuring the magazine's Washington correspondent, Ryan Lizza, and other contributors.
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Trump vs. Humanitarianism
David Remnick and Hillary Clinton discuss “What Happened”
Can the Democrats Outfox Trump?
Dahlia Lithwick Talks to David Remnick About the Violence in Charlottesville
Trump and the Politics of Xenophobia
Harry Belafonte Talks to Jelani Cobb About Entertainment and Activism
When Carl Icahn Tried to Control Trump
Mark Lilla Talks to David Remnick About Identity Politics and the Democratic Party
Kidnapped By The Taliban
David Remnick Talks Spy Novels with a Former Spy
Fire, Fury, and North Korea
Senator Al Franken Talks to David Remnick About Being Funny in Washington
Trump's North Korean Missile Crisis
Lawrence Wright Talks to David Remnick About Texas as a Bellwether of American Politics
Scaramucci's Scare Tactics
Maggie Haberman Talks to David Remnick About Trump and the Gang War in the White House
Should Democrats Become 'The Party of No?'
David Remnick Talks to Ezekiel Emanuel about Health Care
The Brothers Trump
Ai Weiwei Talks to David Remnick About Art, Censorship and Twitter