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Denver Riggleman was a Republican Congressman from Virginia until 2020 when he lost his seat in a primary challenge. Today he calls himself an independent, saying the Republican party has moved away from him and turned into a cult of personality. Riggleman also served on the January 6th committee as a “senior technical adviser” — working with the c…
 
Katie Benner, Justice Department reporter at the New York Times, and Peter Nicholas, national politics reporter for NBC News join Chuck to talk about the January 6th Investigation. The hearings continue to pose questions such as: Will the Justice Department pursue Trump supporters for witness tampering? What about allegations of fraud — both in fun…
 
The Supreme Court's Friday reversal of the constitutional right to abortion has thrown lawmakers and those vying for office into a political reality unrecognizable moments prior. NBC News Senior Capitol Hill correspondent Garrett Haake joins Chuck to break down the state of politics in a post-Roe America.…
 
We finally have the decision in Roe v. Wade. and as we expected from the leaked opinion in May, the Court has overturned Roe and Casey v. Planned Parenthood, striking down a woman’s right to abortion. This case, known as Dobbs versus Jackson Women’s Health, will functionally remove a right for more than half of the population … something unheard of…
 
Trump-endorsed candidates are soaring through primary elections, but a string of losses in competitive races puts into question whether — two years since leaving office — former President Trump's influence on his party is finally waning. NBC News National Political Reporter Marc Caputo and Brendan Buck, a former advisor to Republican House Speakers…
 
As gas prices spike and the Dow Jones tumbles, President Biden struggles with plummeting approvals on inflation and economic concerns. NBC News Chief White House Correspondent Peter Alexander joins Chuck to break down the administration's response to a worsening domestic crisis.Door NBC News
 
Former Alabama Senator Doug Jones (D) talks to Chuck about Joe Biden and Democrats' prospects in 2024. A former U.S. Attorney, Jones also explains the challenges of pursuing a criminal case against former President Trump and his allies. Jones says the fraud allegations are “the email version of a telemarketing scheme.”…
 
Primary results last night in South Carolina, Nevada and across the country seem to show — once more — Trump's undying influence over the Republican Party. Jon Ralston, CEO of the Nevada Independent, and Bridget Bowman, NBC News political deputy editor, join Chuck to preview some of the midterm's marquee general elections — now just taking shape.…
 
A minor stroke hospitalized Sen. Chris Van Hollen (D-Md.) for just over a week. Now cleared — though still in recovery — he breaks down the problems he sees with Congress and the Supreme Court, and outlines the institutional reforms he wishes to see.Door NBC News
 
Tuesday's elections in California and across the country saw the prevailing of more moderate politicians over their farther-left and farther-right opponents. Dave Wasserman, House editor of the Cook Political Report, and Melanie Mason, national political correspondent for the LA Times, join Chuck to break down the establishment candidates' cruise t…
 
The European Union blocks Russian oil. The United States pledges to support Taiwan. And elections from Australia to Colombia could shift the balance of power in key countries. Chuck talks with Ian Bremmer, president of the Eurasia Group and the author of a new book, “The Power of Crisis: How Three Threats – and Our Response – Will Change the World”…
 
From inflation to the baby formula shortage, the Biden White House can’t seem to catch a break. And it’s all helping to drive down the poll numbers for the president and his party ahead of the midterms. Instead of constantly playing defense on crises after crises, why isn’t the White House going on offense? Chuck talks with Cornell Belcher, preside…
 
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