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This Morning with Gordon Deal June 14, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 14, 2019
Fri, June, 14, 2019
U.S. says Tehran is to blame for attacks on fuel tankers, some in the GOP break on climate change, and California infant to break World Record of youngest person to visit all 50 states.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 06, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 06, 2019
Thu, June, 6, 2019
Vulnerable Republicans move to the middle in 2019, world leaders gather to commemorate 75th anniversary of D-Day landings, and this is the age when it officially becomes too embarrassing to live with your parents.
Meet the Republicans pulling for Bernie Meet the Republicans pulling for Bernie
Wed, May, 8, 2019
Why are certain Republicans starting to pull for a Bernie Sanders Democratic nomination? Burgess Everett from POLITICO has the latest.
Republicans get into the climate game Republicans get into the climate game
Wed, May, 8, 2019
Josh Siegel from the Washington Examiner explains how Republicans plan on taking over climate change.
One Republican's answer to the Green New Deal One Republican's answer to the Green New Deal
Wed, April, 17, 2019
With many in D.C. feeling the "Green New Deal" is a non-starter, one climate-conscious Republican is pitching an alternative. Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Republicans Learning to Play Identity Politics Republicans Learning to Play Identity Politics
Mon, April, 8, 2019
Republicans are looking to get better at playing identity politics. Josh Kraushaar from the National Journal brings us the latest.
There's an opening for Trump on health care There's an opening for Trump on health care
Mon, April, 8, 2019
Rick Newman from Yahoo! Finance explains how lawmakers should go about fixing health care.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 03, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 03, 2019
Wed, April, 3, 2019
Biden accused by 2 more women, GOP urges Trump not to close the southern border, and Michigan boy, 12, fills potholes himself to help his neighbors.
Mueller probe could spark historic balance of powers debate Mueller probe could spark historic balance of powers debate
Tue, March, 26, 2019
Todd Ruger from Roll Call and Gordon Deal discuss how Robert Mueller's probe could spark a historic balance of powers debate.
Trump begins post-Mueller 'reset' by strafing Democrats, media Trump begins post-Mueller 'reset' by strafing Democrats, media
Tue, March, 26, 2019
Gabby Orr from POLITICO explains how the President and fundraisers plan on using the Mueller report to their advantage.
Why a lot of people have a lot of explaining to do over the Mueller report Why a lot of people have a lot of explaining to do over the Mueller report
Mon, March, 25, 2019
GOP Consultant Matt Mackowiak breaks down why a lot of people have a lot of explaining to do over the Mueller report.
What's next for Republicans and Democrats after the Mueller report? What's next for Republicans and Democrats after the Mueller report?
Mon, March, 25, 2019
Jeff Mordock from the Washington Times and Gordon Deal discuss what's next for Republicans and Democrats after the Mueller report.
Biggest obstacle to passage of Green New Deal? Democratic lawmakers Biggest obstacle to passage of Green New Deal? Democratic lawmakers
Tue, March, 19, 2019
The Green New Deal proposed by Democrats is being held up by Democrats. Ledyard King from USA Today has the story.
Beto O'Rourke's Past GOP Ties Could Complicate Primary Run Beto O'Rourke's Past GOP Ties Could Complicate Primary Run
Mon, March, 18, 2019
Reid Epstein from the Wall Street Journal explains why Beto O'Rourke's past could hurt skews his perception among Democrats.
Can Republicans make up any ground in New England in 2020? Can Republicans make up any ground in New England in 2020?
Mon, March, 18, 2019
Can Republicans make up any ground in New England in 2020? Simone Pathe from Roll Call has the story.
Window for Bipartisan Compromise in Washington Narrows Window for Bipartisan Compromise in Washington Narrows
Fri, March, 8, 2019
Kristina Peterson from the Wall Street Journal explains why any hope of bipartisan compromise in D.C. is slowly dwindling.
GOP strategy on Omar: Let Dems struggle on their own GOP strategy on Omar: Let Dems struggle on their own
Fri, March, 8, 2019
Melanie Zanona from POLITICO explains the GOP strategy when it comes to dealing with Rep. Ilhan Omar.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 25, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 25, 2019
Fri, January, 25, 2019
Shutdown talks revived after bills fail, get ready for an unhappy tax surprise, and should the day after the Super Bowl be a holiday for chicken wings.
The Wall Marks a Deep Cultural Divide The Wall Marks a Deep Cultural Divide
Wed, January, 23, 2019
Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal explains how the wall debate has highlighted a deep cultural divide in America.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 23, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 23, 2019
Wed, January, 23, 2019
Senate leaders push votes on dueling bills to end shutdown, Supreme Court accepts first gun case in nearly a decade, and makeup is the new workout gear.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 15, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 15, 2019
Tue, January, 15, 2019
House GOP removes Steve King from panels following comments on white supremacy, Democrats draft bills to end shutdown, and how the shutdown hurts craft brewers.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 10, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 10, 2019
Thu, January, 10, 2019
President Trump walks out of shutdown talks, vulnerable GOP senators feel the heat, and how estimates of the gig economy went wrong.
Can both sides come together to end the government shutdown? Can both sides come together to end the government shutdown?
Tue, January, 8, 2019
Gordon Deal talked with Congressman Jim Banks about why he supports the President on the issue of border security.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 08, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 08, 2019
Tue, January, 8, 2019
Can both sides come together to end the government shutdown, Clemson routs Alabama to win College Football's National Championship, and why you don't have a food allergy.
Here's why Republican women in the House could punch above their weight in the new Congress Here's why Republican women in the House could punch above their weight in the new Congress
Mon, January, 7, 2019
Despite losing a number of members, GOP women could be pivotal in Congress. Maureen Groppe from USA Today explains.