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Episode 52: Neil Cavuto

Neil Cavuto. (Brendan McDermid/Reuters)

Neil Cavuto hosts more hours of TV than just about anybody in cable news.

In the latest episode of The Jamie Weinstein Show, the host of two Fox News shows and a show on Fox Business, opens up about covering Donald Trump for over thirty years, his thoughts on the state of cable news, how he manages to host so much TV while battling multiple sclerosis, and much more.

Show Roadmap
— What has surprised Cavuto about the Trump presidency?
— Cavuto reflects on covering Trump for over three decades – and how he feels Trump has changed.
— On which business people might run against Trump in 2020.
— Why Cavuto doesn’t have an interest in interviewing Trump.
— On working at Fox News in the Age of Trump.
— Cavuto reflects on the cable news landscape.
— What three policies would he adopt if he was dictator for a day?
— What interview Cavuto holds up as his most memorable.
— On doing the news while battling cancer and multiple sclerosis.
— On his influences.

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