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Episode 75: Bill Kristol

Bill Kirstol opens up about Trump’s first two years, trying to find a 2020 GOP primary challenger, the Mueller investigation, and much more.

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Episode 74: Philippe Reines

In the latest episode of The Jamie Weinstein Show, Philippe Reines opens up about Trump’s presidency, whether he is as bad as Trump when it comes to inflammatory rhetoric, ...

Episode 73: Tucker Carlson

In the latest episode of The Jamie Weinstein Show, Tucker Carlson opens up about his relationship with Trump, his new book Ship of Fools, the state of cable news, and ...

Episode 72: Max Boot

Max Boot opens up about why he left the Republican Party, why he has changed his mind on various political issues since the election of Donald Trump, and much more.

Episode 71: Matt Schlapp

In the latest episode of The Jamie Weinstein Show, Matt Schlapp opens up about his relationship with President Trump, his thoughts on Brett Kavanaugh, on who he would not invite ...

Episode 70: Brian Stelter

In the latest episode of The Jamie Weinstein Show, Brian Stelter discusses covering the media in the Age of Trump, his thoughts on media bias, and much more.

Episode 69: Boris Epshteyn

Boris Epshteyn joins to talk about the rise of Trump, the Russian collusion investigation, his influences, and much more.

Episode 68: Ezra Klein

The founder of Vox opens up about the rise of Trump, the Russia investigation, the media, and more.

Episode 67: Larry O’Connor

Larry O'Connor opens up on what’s surprised him about Trump’s presidency, what he thinks should happen if the alleged racist Apprentice outtake tape exists, and more.

Episode 66: Matt Lewis

Matt Lewis returns to discuss the state of Never Trump, the negative incentives that drive media coverage, and much more.

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The Present American Revolution

The revolution of 1776 sought to turn a colony of Great Britain into a new independent republic based on constitutionally protected freedom. It succeeded with the creation of the United States. The failed revolution of 1861, by a slave-owning South declaring its independence from the Union, sought to bifurcate ... Read More