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Iowa Visit by Larry Hogan Tests White House Prospects for Anti-Trump Republicans Iowa Visit by Larry Hogan Tests White House Prospects for Anti-Trump Republicans
Fri, August, 19, 2022
John McCormick of the Wall Street Journal discussed Maryland governor Larry Hogan's visit to Iowa with Jennifer Kushinka.
IRS Becomes GOP Boogeyman Ahead of Midterms IRS Becomes GOP Boogeyman Ahead of Midterms
Fri, August, 19, 2022
While they rail against the FBI after last week's Mar-a-Lago search, Republicans are also taking aim at another agency ahead of the midterms: the IRS. Emily Brooks of the Hill explains.
They Backed a Jan. 6 Commission. Now, they face heat in GOP Primaries They Backed a Jan. 6 Commission. Now, they face heat in GOP Primaries
Tue, June, 28, 2022
Next test comes Tuesday, when five of 35 House Republicans who voted for commission will be on ballot. Annie Linskey of the Washington Post shares the details.
Abortion Opponents Consider How Far to Press After End of Roe v. Wade Abortion Opponents Consider How Far to Press After End of Roe v. Wade
Tue, June, 28, 2022
Laura Kusisto of Wall Street Journal explains how Republican-leaning states, with new power to regulate abortions, face a choice between incremental restrictions or broken bans.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 27, 2022 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 27, 2022
Mon, June, 27, 2022
Abortion ruling poses fresh midterm challenges for Democrats, Republicans, G-7 nears agreement on exploring new sanction capping Russian oil price, and man loses USB flash drive with data on entire city's residents after night out.
After Leak of Roe v. Wade Opinion, Parties make Dueling Bets on Power of Abortion Issue After Leak of Roe v. Wade Opinion, Parties make Dueling Bets on Power of Abortion Issue
Mon, May, 9, 2022
Aaron Zitner from Wall Street Journal breaks down the two parties discussing the power of abortion issue.
The Most Interesting Republicans Primaries of 2022 The Most Interesting Republicans Primaries of 2022
Mon, April, 25, 2022
Amber Philips of the Washington Post discusses the most interesting Republican primaries of 2022 with Gordon Deal.
Republicans scoff at party switch by Joe Manchin after he alienates both liberals, conservatives. Republicans scoff at party switch by Joe Manchin after he alienates both liberals, conservatives.
Wed, January, 12, 2022
Just because he sank the Build Back Better Act, don't expect a party switch from Joe Manchin. Haris Alic from the Washington Times takes us behind the headline.
Murphy's Narrow Win in New Jersey Does Little to Ease Democratic Anxieties Murphy's Narrow Win in New Jersey Does Little to Ease Democratic Anxieties
Mon, November, 8, 2021
Democrats scored a win last week when Phil Murphy won reelection as New Jersey's governor. But the race's narrow margin did little to ease the party's anxieties ahead of the 2022 midterms. Tyler Pager from The Washington Post provides the Democratic perspective on Election Day.
A Republican and Democrat Walk Into a Town Hall. Can They Help Fix Congress? A Republican and Democrat Walk Into a Town Hall. Can They Help Fix Congress?
Mon, August, 9, 2021
In a political climate that is as contentious as ever, Reps. Dean Phillips (D-MN) and Dusty Johnson (R-SD) have forged a problem-solving partnership. Ledge King from USA Today explores their friendship.
This Morning with Gordon Deal April 05, 2021 This Morning with Gordon Deal April 05, 2021
Mon, April, 5, 2021
Republicans mobilize for showdown against infrastructure bill, job growth looks take off, and Gonzaga-Baylor is finally happening.
Partisan Pressures Weigh Heavily as Senate Looks for Pandemic Relief Deal Partisan Pressures Weigh Heavily as Senate Looks for Pandemic Relief Deal
Mon, February, 8, 2021
Aaron Zitner from The Wall Street Journal examines the significant partisan pressure at play in the split Senate, where Democrats are ready to move forward with a pandemic relief bill without Republican support.
GOP leaders pinched by pro-Trump bid to reverse election outcome GOP leaders pinched by pro-Trump bid to reverse election outcome
Wed, December, 16, 2020
Leaders in the Republican party are finding themselves up against pro-Trump diehards set on overturning the will of the people. Mike Lillis from The Hill has the story.
Trump Remade the GOP. Now What? Trump Remade the GOP. Now What?
Wed, November, 11, 2020
How will the GOP move forward without a President Trump? John McCormick from the Wall Street Journal and Gordon Deal discuss.
Biden, Dems rethink riots response as law-and-order message lifts Trump Biden, Dems rethink riots response as law-and-order message lifts Trump
Mon, August, 31, 2020
Democrats are rethinking their riot response as law-and-order message lifts Trump. Alex Swoyer from the Washington Times has the story.
Republicans quietly push mail-in voting despite Trump claims Republicans quietly push mail-in voting despite Trump claims
Mon, August, 24, 2020
Despite the leader of the party rallying against it, Republicans are quietly pushing mail-in voting. Anita Kumar from Politico has the story.
'Extraordinary change': How coronavirus is rewiring the Republican and Democratic parties 'Extraordinary change': How coronavirus is rewiring the Republican and Democratic parties
Tue, March, 24, 2020
David Siders from POLITICO breaks down how the coronavirus is rewiring the Republican and Democratic parties.
Has President Trump Been Hurt or Helped by Impeachment? Has President Trump Been Hurt or Helped by Impeachment?
Wed, February, 5, 2020
Jim Antle from The American Conservative analyzes the impact of the impeachment trial on President Trump's favorability.
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.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 23, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 23, 2019
Mon, December, 23, 2019
Stalemate grips Senate impeachment trial, the demographic threat to America's jobs boom, and the generation gap over church at Christmas.
This Morning with Gordon Deal December 03, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal December 03, 2019
Tue, December, 3, 2019
Winter storm hits Northeast, continues to disrupt holiday travel, House Republicans' report defends Trump in impeachment probe, and Pittsburgh Steelers' James Conner shares special moment with fan battling rare cancer.
Democrats and Republicans Aren't Just Divided. They Live in Different Worlds Democrats and Republicans Aren't Just Divided. They Live in Different Worlds
Mon, September, 23, 2019
Democrats and Republicans are living on two different planets. Aaron Zitner from the Wall Street Journal joins us to elaborate.
Trumpism Will Last Lon​g After Trump Leaves Washington Trumpism Will Last Lon​g After Trump Leaves Washington
Thu, September, 12, 2019
Josh Kraushaar from the National Journal talks about how, without new leadership, Trump's political views and style will endure following the end of his term.
Trump Isn't In Danger Of Losing The Primary, But All These Challengers Could Still Have An Impact. Trump Isn't In Danger Of Losing The Primary, But All These Challengers Could Still Have An Impact.
Fri, August, 30, 2019
It would be silly to think President Trump will not win the Republican nomination, but Nathaniel Rakich from fivethirtyeight tells us what long term effects could come out of the challenges by the other Republicans vying to knock off the incumbent.
Nervous Republicans focus energy on protecting Senate 'firewall' Nervous Republicans focus energy on protecting Senate 'firewall'
Wed, August, 28, 2019
Republicans worried about the 2020 elections know that they must protect the Senate, where they hold the majority. Max Greenwood from The Hill details what actions they should be taking to ensure they keep the Senate.