Podcasts The Victor Davis Hanson Podcast

Episode 7: The Case for Trump Is Out. Meanwhile, the Boomerang.

President Donald Trump with members of the coronavirus task force during the daily briefing at the White House, March 17, 2020. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)

On the Saint Patrick’s Day episode, Victor predicts that China’s Communists rue what they begat, talks about the new (paperback) updated and expanded edition of The Case for Trump, scopes out the reelection chances of POTUS, and heralds the American men and women who sweat, strain, and keep us alive.

VDH: The China Boomerang

VDH: Remembering Who Is Keeping Us-Alive

VDH: The new paperback edition of The Case for Trump 

Rich Lowry: Trump’s Coronavirus Response Isn’t the Work of a Dictator

Scott Rasmussen: Poll revealing strong public support for Coronavirus actions 

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