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In this podcast Gregg Jarrett, FOX News Legal Analyst and author of the new book “Witch Hunt: The Story of the Greatest Mass Delusion in American Political History”, provides his analysis and commentary on the Impeachment proceedings on Capitol Hill. Along with special guests and experts Gregg cuts through the spin and tries to make sense of all the developments.
 
We are living through history, but keeping up with the unending stream of revelations, statements, tweets, and disputes is already difficult enough. If we’re going to understand this inquiry–and this presidency–we need to slow down the news cycle long enough to separate the signal from the noise. Every Saturday, Ezra Klein will do just that – through deep conversations with Vox reporters and leading policy voices about what’s going on, why it matters, and where it leaves us now.
 
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Vox’s Andrew Prokop previews the historic second impeachment trial of former President Donald Trump. Law professor Alan Rozenshtein explains what the Justice Department can and cannot do to prosecute insurrectionists. Transcript at vox.com/todayexplained. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices…
 
One week after a violent mob attacked the US Capitol building, the House of Representatives voted to impeach President Trump for “incitement of insurrection.” Donald Trump is the first president in U.S. history to be impeached twice. Several Republicans joined their Democratic colleagues in arguing that the President is a clear and present danger t…
 
Welcome to Weeds 2020! Every other Saturday Ezra and Matt will be exploring a wide range of topics related to the 2020 race. Since the Nevada caucuses, Bernie Sanders has become the clear frontrunner in the 2020 Democratic primary, spurring lots of debate over whether he could win in the general election. We discuss where the electability conversat…
 
Jill Lepore is a Harvard historian, a New Yorker contributor, the author of These Truths, and one of my favorite past guests on this show. But in this episode, the tables are turned: I’m in the hot seat, and Lepore has some questions. Hard ones. This is, easily, the toughest interview on my book so far. Lepore isn’t quibbling over my solutions or p…
 
In this final episode, Steve Kornacki sits down with NBC News journalists to reflect on what it was like to cover the impeachment of President Donald Trump. NBC News Correspondent Leigh Ann Caldwell, NBC News producer covering the Senate Frank Thorp, and senior White House reporter for NBC News Shannon Pettypiece open up their reporters’ notebooks …
 
On Friday's "Post Reports," White House bureau chief Phil Rucker speaks with guest host Caroline Kitchener about how Trump's acquittal has emboldened him and what it means for the presidency at large.द्वारा The Washington Post
 
From "The Daily 202" podcast: Alexander Vindman, the National Security Council aide who testified during the House impeachment hearings, will be informed by a political appointee at the White House in the coming days that he is being pushed out.द्वारा The Washington Post
 
In this episode, Gregg wraps up the Senate Impeachment Trial with a look at the road that led to a "total acquittal' of President Donald J. Trump. And we hear reaction on the 'acquittal' from President Trump. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesद्वारा FOX News
 
From "The Daily 202" podcast: Mitt Romney sealed a place in history yesterday by voting to convict President Trump of abuse of power, becoming a lone voice of dissent in the Republican Party.द्वारा The Washington Post
 
Senators voted to acquit President Trump, finding him not guilty on two articles of impeachment. Senator Mitt Romney, a Republican from Utah, surprised the public by voting to convict President Trump on the first article: abuse of power. He is the first Senator in history to vote against their party in favor of removing the president from office. O…
 
The Senate has said yes, the president can do that, regarding his conduct in Ukraine. So what does Trump’s acquittal mean for the powers of the presidency? On “Can He Do That?” editor Marc Fisher talks about the future of our country’s balance of power.द्वारा The Washington Post
 
President Trump will remain in office after the Senate votes to acquit. On Post Reports, Congressional reporter Mike DeBonis walks us through Sen. Mitt Romney's surprise vote, and why it didn't make a difference in the end.द्वारा The Washington Post
 
In a floor speech, Sen. Joe Manchin declined to announce his decision, but asked his colleagues to consider censuring Trump, a less severe rebuke than removal from office that few senators were willing to pursue.द्वारा The Washington Post
 
Impeachment and the race for 2020 are colliding. On Monday, House Managers and President Trump’s defense team made their final arguments for and against convicting the President. Meanwhile, the first-in-the-nation Iowa caucuses launched the 2020 election into the primary voting phase. The Democratic candidates – four of them US Senators – are vying…
 
In this episode, Gregg takes a look at the first day Senators were allowed to ask questions in the Impeachment Trial and President Trump's defense team focuses on Executive Privilege. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesद्वारा FOX News
 
From "The Daily 202" podcast: Sen. Susan Collins was the first of two Republicans to break with the president on any aspect of the impeachment trial by voting for witnesses, and she’s getting attacked for it from her right back home in Maine.द्वारा The Washington Post
 
This episode, likely the final episode of this podcast, is a bit different: It’s a look not just at what happened this week, but at the deep lessons of impeachment, and the unresolved conflicts and contradictions we’re left with. Put simply, the Senate will acquit Donald Trump. But in refusing to even hear witnesses, they have convicted American po…
 
Following four hours of debate, the Senate rejected a motion to consider more witnesses and documents by a vote of 49 to 51. Senators Susan Collins of Maine and Mitt Romney of Utah were the only two Republicans to join their Democratic colleagues in this vote. After the failed vote on witnesses, Senators met to game out the trial’s timeline. Frank …
 
The end of the Senate impeachment trial is drawing near with an unpredictable day ahead. First, the Senate will debate for four hours on whether to call new witnesses to trial. Then, they will take a vote on the witness question. After that, Senators could put forward new motions to extend debate on the Senate floor into the days ahead, or they cou…
 
From “The Daily 202” podcast: The impeachment trial of President Trump is headed for a critical vote Friday that will determine whether the Senate hears from witnesses.द्वारा The Washington Post
 
From "The Daily 202" podcast: President Trump’s legal team argued in the impeachment trial that presidents could do nearly anything so long as they believe their reelection is in the public interest.द्वारा The Washington Post
 
On Wednesday, the Senate trial moved into a two-day question and answer period. Senators have 16 hours to ask questions of the impeachment managers and President Trump’s defense team. Democrats used their time to convince their fellow Senators to call new witnesses in the trial, like former National Security Advisor John Bolton. Republicans used th…
 
From "The Daily 202" podcast: Congressional Republicans are pivoting hard to a new argument: the president’s actions are not impeachable, even if it turns out he did leverage his office for an investigation of a domestic rival.द्वारा The Washington Post
 
Trump's defense finishes opening arguments in the impeachment trial, and guest host Jessica Contrera talks to legal reporter Ann Marimow to answer a question from a Post Reports listener: Who is paying for Trump's lawyers?द्वारा The Washington Post
 
In this episode, Gregg takes us through the case made by President Trump's legal defense team and covers the less than explosive John Bolton 'bombshell'. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesद्वारा FOX News
 
On “Can He Do That?“, reporter Matt Zapotosky covers what an exchange between Bolton and Attorney General Barr might tell us about testing a Justice Department designed to maintain independence and how it may change the impeachment trial.द्वारा The Washington Post
 
From "The Daily 202" podcast: sensational revelations from John Bolton threatened to upend the Senate impeachment trial Monday, increasing the chances that senators would vote to allow witnesses in a perilous development for the White House.द्वारा The Washington Post
 
President Trump’s legal team continued its defense in a second day of arguments, but new allegations are overshadowing the case. In the manuscript for his upcoming book, Former National Security Advisor John Bolton alleges that President Trump directed him to withhold aid to Ukraine in exchange for an investigation into Joe Biden. The revelations a…
 
From "The Daily 202" podcast: John Bolton’s forthcoming book, “The Room Where It Happened,” is scheduled for publication March 17, but a White House review could attempt to delay its publication or block some of its contents.द्वारा The Washington Post
 
The Senate trial is officially underway. What’s happened so far? How will the trial proceed from here on out? And will any Republicans defect? Vox’s Li Zhou has the answers. Then Andrew Prokop and I talk Mitch McConnell: who he is, what motivates him, how he amassed so much power, and what his actions reveal about the underlying forces driving Amer…
 
On Friday, Democratic House managers concluded their opening arguments in the Senate impeachment trial. Three of the seven House managers are women, and two are women of color, a first in US political history. Kasie Hunt, Capitol Hill Correspondent and Host of Kasie DC, discusses her exclusive TODAY interview with those representatives: Zoe Lofgren…
 
In this episode, Gregg gives us a historic example of a popular president using, but not abusing, his office for political gain. Gregg also speaks to Former Federal Prosecutor James Trusty on what could possibly be dismissed. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesद्वारा FOX News
 
From "The Daily 202" podcast: in the impeachment trial, Democrats detailed their defense of Joe Biden’s actions regarding Ukraine in anticipation that it will be a major portion of the White House’s defense later this week.द्वारा The Washington Post
 
Trump is fighting impeachment-related battles in both the Senate and the court system. His lawyers have conflicting strategies in each arena. On “Can He Do That?” Ann Marimow explains why these cases matter for the the future of presidential power.द्वारा The Washington Post
 
From "The Daily 202" podcast: House Democrats charged with prosecuting the impeachment case against President Trump scaled back their fiery language yesterday following that scolding from Chief Justice John Roberts.द्वारा The Washington Post
 
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