Just 14 months into office, President Donald Trump is looking to reshape his administration. The panelists discussed the departure of Rex Tillerson as Secretary of State, along with other potential staff replacements. The conversation also turned to the latest sanctions against Russia.
President Donald Trump and North Korea's Kim Jung Un are set to meet at an undetermined date and location, but the high-stakes summit has risks. The panelists discussed the implications of the potential meeting, along with the backlash the president’s new tariffs are earning.
After President Trump authorized the release of a previously classified memo alleging the FBI and the Justice Department abused the government’s surveillance powers, the panelists discussed the aftermath and what the consequences of a White House at war with the intelligence community could look like.
Robert Costa discussed the latest details in the Russia probe with The Washington Post’s Carol Leonnig and Mark Mazzetti from The New York Times, broke down the new Medicaid work requirement with Reid Wilson from The Hill, and recapped President Trump’s first year in office with this week’s panelists.