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Introducing The Editors, a New Weekly Podcast from National Review

National Review Online welcomes the new podcast "The Editors."

I’m pleased to announce a new NRO Podcast: The Editors. It features Rich Lowry, Reihan Salam, Eliana Johnson, and myself, and we’ll be putting it out weekly. The show will include analysis of the news of the week, and each episode will last for around 30 minutes or so.

In this inaugural installment, we discussed Donald Trump’s trip to Mexico and subsequent immigration speech; the Florida and Arizona primaries — and what they mean for the future of the Republican party; and the latest general election polls.

The Editors is now available on the homepage, and you can subscribe on iTunesGoogle PlayStitcher, and TuneIn.

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