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Despite Polls, GOP Hopes to Ride Voter Registration Surge in Pennsylvania Despite Polls, GOP Hopes to Ride Voter Registration Surge in Pennsylvania
Mon, September, 14, 2020
Although polls continue to show Joe Biden leading Donald Trump in Pennsylvania, the GOP is banking on a different number to carry Trump to 2020 victory: net voter registrations. Holly Otterbein has more.
Beyond D.C., GOP Officials See Trump on Glide Path to Reelection Beyond D.C., GOP Officials See Trump on Glide Path to Reelection
Wed, June, 17, 2020
In spite of a sulking economy and dropping poll numbers, GOP officials are expressing confidence about President Trump's bid for reelection. David Siders from Politico explains why.
Americans Stuck to Their Views Through Impeachment Trial Americans Stuck to Their Views Through Impeachment Trial
Wed, February, 5, 2020
Aaron Zitner from The Wall Street Journal examines stagnant polling numbers on President Trump throughout the impeachment trial.
Construction of Texas Border Wall Stalls Over Fights With Landowners Construction of Texas Border Wall Stalls Over Fights With Landowners
Fri, December, 13, 2019
Elizabeth Findell from The Wall Street Journal explains how the Trump administration's efforts to build a southern border wall have been stalled by Texas landowners refusing to cede their property.
Vulnerable Democrats Feel Heat Ahead of Impeachment Vote Vulnerable Democrats Feel Heat Ahead of Impeachment Vote
Fri, December, 13, 2019
Across the country last year, Democrats flipped Trump-won districts to give their party the majority in the House. Now, as Cristina Marcos from The Hill explains, those same vulnerable Dems are growing anxious about the upcoming impeachment vote.
How to curb the flow of migrants to the southern border How to curb the flow of migrants to the southern border
Fri, July, 12, 2019
Senator Ron Johnson (R-WI) details the ongoing issues about the southern border, possible solutions, and also addresses President Trump's census question battle.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 19, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 19, 2019
Wed, June, 19, 2019
Trump re-election bid rehashes 2016 themes, how seriously should we take the Iran threat, and huge great white shark surprises stunned NJ fishermen.
McConnell becomes Trump's first line of defense McConnell becomes Trump's first line of defense
Fri, November, 9, 2018
Alexander Bolton of The Hill explores the Senate Majority Leader's new role under President Trump.
President's Sustained Criticism of the Federal Reserve Complicates a Tricky Balancing Act President's Sustained Criticism of the Federal Reserve Complicates a Tricky Balancing Act
Mon, October, 22, 2018
Nick Timiraos of The Wall Street Journal tells us what's unusual about President Trump criticizing the Fed.
Behind the scenes with Trump and Trudeau: How they made nice Behind the scenes with Trump and Trudeau: How they made nice
Mon, October, 8, 2018
POLITICO reporter Alexander Panetta says that U.S. and Canadian officials are starting to consider a post-NAFTA agenda.
In Donald Trump era, a GOP leader looks to recast his party's image with black voters In Donald Trump era, a GOP leader looks to recast his party's image with black voters
Tue, August, 21, 2018
Eliza Collins of USA Today discusses Congressman Mark Walker's focus on African American voters.
White House drafts more clearance cancellations demanded by Trump White House drafts more clearance cancellations demanded by Trump
Tue, August, 21, 2018
Jonathan Bell, Federal Employee Attorney who handles security clearance matters, provides his input on the current situation.
Trump allies worry his aggressive campaign schedule could be a liability for GOP candidates Trump allies worry his aggressive campaign schedule could be a liability for GOP candidates
Mon, August, 20, 2018
Gabby Morrongiello of The Washington Examiner takes a look at how President Trump's habit of making off the cuff remarks may pose a risk for some GOP candidates heading into the midterms.
Both political parties are rejecting capitalism Both political parties are rejecting capitalism
Mon, August, 20, 2018
Rick Newman of Yahoo! Finance explains that both Democrats and Republicans are now lurching toward anti-capitalist statism, with the main difference being how the government should control the economy.
President Trump, Kim Jong Un Brace for High-Stakes Summit in Singapore President Trump, Kim Jong Un Brace for High-Stakes Summit in Singapore
Mon, June, 11, 2018
Listen as The Wall Street Journal's Jonathan Cheng joins Gordon live from Singapore to discuss President Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un's summit.
Is Anti-Trump Message Enough to Carry Dems in 2018? Is Anti-Trump Message Enough to Carry Dems in 2018?
Tue, January, 30, 2018
Caitlin Huey-Burns from RealClearPolitics discusses the state of the party and what it should consider moving forward.
Trump to Show Americans What He's Accomplished in First State of the Union Trump to Show Americans What He's Accomplished in First State of the Union
Mon, January, 29, 2018
Gabby Morrongiello from the Washington Examiner details what we should expect from President Trump's first State of the Union, including accomplishments, goal obstructions, and foreign policy issues.
President Trump's Ambitious Agenda: 7 Things to Watch in 2018 President Trump's Ambitious Agenda: 7 Things to Watch in 2018
Wed, January, 3, 2018
David Jackson from USA Today breaks down what to watch as President Trump lays out an ambitious 2018 agenda.
The Year for Trump and GOP Lawmakers: Rocky Start, Smooth Finish The Year for Trump and GOP Lawmakers: Rocky Start, Smooth Finish
Wed, December, 27, 2017
Kristina Peterson from The Wall Street Journal details the relationship between President Trump and Washington lawmakers this year.
Tax Overhaul Leaves Little Time for Adapting to the Changes Tax Overhaul Leaves Little Time for Adapting to the Changes
Fri, December, 22, 2017
With a massive new tax bill now in place, Kate Davidson from The Wall Street Journal looks at why the IRS and business owners, among many others, are scrambling to adjust to its changes.
Where Donald Trump's Unpredictability Could Hurt Him Where Donald Trump's Unpredictability Could Hurt Him
Wed, October, 25, 2017
Will President Trump's unpredictability end up hurting him? Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Trump lashes out at North Korea, Iran and Venezuela during his first United Nations speech. Trump lashes out at North Korea, Iran and Venezuela during his first United Nations speech.
Wed, September, 20, 2017
President Trump made his first speech to the United Nations. Matt Nussbaum from POLITICO has the story.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 13, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 13, 2017
Thu, July, 13, 2017
FBI nominee Christopher Wray promises to remain independent, President Trump travel's to Paris to meet with Macron, and young brothers apologize for prank calling police 25 times.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 15, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 15, 2017
Thu, June, 15, 2017
GOP lawmakers targeted in shooting, an investigation into President Trump obstructed justice is opened, and the lies your financial advisor tells you.
James Comey Goes from Zero to Hero with Democrats James Comey Goes from Zero to Hero with Democrats
Fri, June, 9, 2017
Jim Antle from the Washington Examiner tracks the Democrats' reversal of opinion on former FBI Director James Comey, from his involvement in the Hillary Clinton email investigation to his testimony yesterday in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee.