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The Five People (Not Named Trump or Biden) Who Loom Large Over the 2020 Race The Five People (Not Named Trump or Biden) Who Loom Large Over the 2020 Race
Wed, July, 8, 2020
The 2020 election is basically a choice between two presidential candidates: Donald Trump and Joe Biden. But James Pindell from The Boston Globe lists the five people not on the ballot who will have the greatest influence on the race.
Trump, Biden Offer Dramatically Different Visions of 'Normal' in America Trump, Biden Offer Dramatically Different Visions of 'Normal' in America
Wed, July, 8, 2020
Jerry Seib from The Wall Street Journal evaluates the Trump and Biden campaigns' opposing views on how to return the country to "normal."
Battle for the GOP's Soul? Trump Has Won Battle for the GOP's Soul? Trump Has Won
Wed, October, 24, 2018
Donald Trump has won the battle for the GOP's soul. The Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib has the story.
Was it Legal for Michael Cohen to Secretly Tape Trump? Was it Legal for Michael Cohen to Secretly Tape Trump?
Thu, July, 26, 2018
Listen as Attorney Rahul D. Manchanda tells Gordon whether it was legal for President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen to secretly record conversations with Trump.
History Shows Peril and Promise of Trump-Kim Summit History Shows Peril and Promise of Trump-Kim Summit
Mon, April, 9, 2018
Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal has a look at past Presidential summits as we prepare for Donald Trump and Kim Jung Un.
This Morning with Gordon Deal This Morning with Gordon Deal
Mon, February, 19, 2018
Even With Steve Bannon Sidelined, GOP Is Split in Senate Primary Fights.
The Trump White House Saw a Record Number of First-Year Departures The Trump White House Saw a Record Number of First-Year Departures
Fri, December, 29, 2017
The Trump White House saw a record number of first-year departures. The Wall Street Journal's Eli Stokols talks about how this will continue in 2018.
Trump tries to turn back clock on Obama era Trump tries to turn back clock on Obama era
Tue, October, 17, 2017
Is Donald Trump trying to erase President Obama's legacy? Niall Stanage from the The Hill has the story.
Is Trump still the same guy who won in November? Is Trump still the same guy who won in November?
Wed, October, 11, 2017
Is Donald Trump still the same guy who won in November? James W. Antle from the Washington Examiner has a look.
Victories for Democrats? Victories for Democrats?
Fri, September, 8, 2017
Victories for Democrats? They have a seat at the negotiating table, but the Washington Post's Paul Kane says they must prove they can land those wins.
Why Republicans are worried about eroding Hispanic support after Trump's DACA rollback. Why Republicans are worried about eroding Hispanic support after Trump's DACA rollback.
Fri, September, 8, 2017
The Washington Examiner's David Drucker explains why Republicans are worried about eroding Hispanic support after Trump's DACA rollback.
Health 'Navigators' Brace for Decision on Their Funding. Health 'Navigators' Brace for Decision on Their Funding.
Fri, August, 11, 2017
The Trump administration must decide whether to keep funding organizations that help people enroll in health insurance through the ACA. More from the Wall Street Journal's Michelle Hackman.
President Trump's First Foreign Policy Crisis Proves a Vexing One. President Trump's First Foreign Policy Crisis Proves a Vexing One.
Fri, August, 11, 2017
Matt Mackowiak, Washington Times columnist, gives us some observations on Trump's first foreign policy crisis.
Opioid Crisis Hits Hardest in Counties That Voted for Trump. Opioid Crisis Hits Hardest in Counties That Voted for Trump.
Fri, August, 11, 2017
In Trump country, the opioid crisis is raging. Dante Chinni from the Wall Street Journal explains what the White House is trying to do.
North Korea presents embattled Trump White House with high-stakes test. North Korea presents embattled Trump White House with high-stakes test.
Thu, August, 10, 2017
Donald Trump's North Korea test and how he's handling the first major challenge of his young presidency. More with the Washington Examiner's Sarah Westwood.
The latest on the North Korea threat. The latest on the North Korea threat.
Wed, August, 9, 2017
Jonathan Cheng, the Wall Street Journal's Seoul Bureau Chief, joins us to discuss the latest on North Korea.
This Morning with Gordon Deal August 08, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal August 08, 2017
Tue, August, 8, 2017
North Korea continues to threaten the U.S. over sanctions, why the state of Maine is calling former residents back home and why those complicated password rules we all follow might be dead wrong.
Trump is right about this: Americans need to move where the jobs are. Trump is right about this: Americans need to move where the jobs are.
Mon, August, 7, 2017
Americans need to move where the jobs are. The Washington Posts's Heather Long explains why Trump is right about this.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 17, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 17, 2017
Mon, July, 17, 2017
GOP push to pass health-care law faces new setback, Donald Trump sustains support in counties that backed him, and baseball tackles how to build team chemistry.
Elizabeth Warren tries to win back voters in Trump Country Elizabeth Warren tries to win back voters in Trump Country
Wed, June, 28, 2017
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is looking to make inroads in her state in an attempt to win back voters who supported Donald Trump. The Wall Street Journal's Reid Epstein has the story.
How Donald Trump seized the mantle of hope and change How Donald Trump seized the mantle of hope and change
Tue, May, 30, 2017
President Trump's ability to tap into the desire for hope and change ultimately helped swing several North Carolina counties that previously voted for Obama his way; according to the Washington Examiner's Daniel Allott, who joins us to discuss.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal February 25, 2017 This Weekend with Gordon Deal February 25, 2017
Sat, February, 25, 2017
Camp David neighbors say Trump should visit to see what 'rustic' looks like, who do the numbers say will win the Oscars and is President Trump a model for AI?
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 16, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 16, 2017
Mon, January, 16, 2017
More Democratic legislators plan on sitting out Trump's swearing in, reaction to the Chicago police report and before the inauguration a lengthy dress rehearsal.
This Weekend with Gordon Deal December 31, 2016 This Weekend with Gordon Deal December 31, 2016
Fri, December, 30, 2016
Why more politicians may use social media in 2017, how to end those boring office meetings, and why 2016 wasn't as bad as it seemed.
The Worst Political Predictions of 2016 The Worst Political Predictions of 2016
Fri, December, 30, 2016
Louis Nelson from Politico examines the worst political forecasts of a particularly unpredictable 2016.