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This Morning with Gordon Deal November 07, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 07, 2018
Wed, November, 7, 2018
A deep dive into the midterm results, why Amazon is splitting their headquarters, and this is what's happened to stocks after every midterm election since World War II.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 06, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 06, 2018
Tue, November, 6, 2018
Party leaders make final pitches for the midterm elections, will young voters turn out this year, and take the edge off voting day stress with these election-themed cocktails.
This Morning with Gordon Deal November 05, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal November 05, 2018
Mon, November, 5, 2018
President Trump and former President Obama hit the campaign trail, the polls ahead of the 2018 midterm elections shows tighter Democratic lead, and these 9 cities, states and countries will pay you to move there.
Battle of the Bases Will Set Tone for 2020 Battle of the Bases Will Set Tone for 2020
Mon, October, 15, 2018
Josh Kraushaar from the National Journal and Gordon Deal discuss the battles we can expect in the upcoming 2020 election.
After years on defense, Democrats now plan to weaponize Obamacare After years on defense, Democrats now plan to weaponize Obamacare
Wed, September, 26, 2018
Democrats see Obamacare as a winning topic for the midterms. Kimberly Leonard from the Washington Examiner has the story.
Democrats fret Nelson is choking in Florida Senate race Democrats fret Nelson is choking in Florida Senate race
Wed, August, 29, 2018
Daniel Lippmann from POLITICO explains why Democrats might abandon the Florida senate race.
America's Factory Towns, Once Solidly Blue, Are Now a GOP Haven America's Factory Towns, Once Solidly Blue, Are Now a GOP Haven
Tue, July, 24, 2018
Listen as the Wall Street Journal's Bob Davis tells Gordon how many of America's factory towns are now filled with Republicans after being mostly Democratic.
Extended Interview: Mindless Tribalism Infecting American Politics Extended Interview: Mindless Tribalism Infecting American Politics
Fri, June, 15, 2018
Listen as The National Journal's Josh Kraushaar joins Gordon in this extended interview to discuss how closed-minded Republicans and Democrats are infecting America's political state.
Supreme Court takes on Democrats and Republicans over one-sided maps Supreme Court takes on Democrats and Republicans over one-sided maps
Tue, March, 27, 2018
The Supreme Court is taking a look at gerrymandering. Richard Wolf from USA Today has the story.
What Trump learned from Obama What Trump learned from Obama
Tue, March, 20, 2018
President Trump has taken some leadership cues from his predecessor. Gordon Deal gets the lowdown from the National Journal's Josh Kraushaar.
Texas holds first 2018 primary amid surge of Democratic voters Texas holds first 2018 primary amid surge of Democratic voters
Tue, March, 6, 2018
Texas is a testing ground for a Democratic surge this year. The National Journal's Zach Cohen has the story.
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 27, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal February 27, 2018
Tue, February, 27, 2018
Florida school massacre survivor who was shot 3 times 'grateful' she's alive, Democrats face divide as primaries approach, and for the first time in 20 years, team USA women won more Olympic medals than men.
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 07, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal February 07, 2018
Wed, February, 7, 2018
House passes stopgap spending bill to avert shutdown, these red-state democrats think legal marijuana can help them win, and Texas middle school students drive school bus to safety after driver has medical emergency.
EXTENDED INTERVIEW - Why releasing the FISA memos is important EXTENDED INTERVIEW - Why releasing the FISA memos is important
Tue, February, 6, 2018
Indiana Republican Congressman Jim Banks explains why releasing both FISA memos is the right thing to do.
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 06, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal February 06, 2018
Tue, February, 6, 2018
Why releasing both FISA memos is important, President Trump attacks Democrats, and if you get the flu, when should you go to the ER.
Are Congress's Russia Investigations Nearly Done? Depends on Which Party You Ask Are Congress's Russia Investigations Nearly Done? Depends on Which Party You Ask
Wed, January, 3, 2018
The two parties in Washington have differing time lines on the Russia investigation. Byron Tau from the Wall Street Journal has the story.
Doug Jones must balance his party and his state Doug Jones must balance his party and his state
Mon, December, 18, 2017
Following the election of the first Democrat from the State of Alabama in over 25 years, National Journal Congressional Correspondent Adam Wollner has a look at the expectations facing newly elected Senator Doug Jones.
Al Franken's Departure Could Pressure GOP on Moore's Fate Al Franken's Departure Could Pressure GOP on Moore's Fate
Fri, December, 8, 2017
The political fallout from Al Franken's resignation. We get more from Caitlin Huey-Burns from RealClearPolitics.
Democrat Jones Avoids Roy Moore Attacks as Allegations Mount Democrat Jones Avoids Roy Moore Attacks as Allegations Mount
Wed, November, 15, 2017
In the wake of the sexual misconduct allegations against Roy Moore, what is Moore's opponent, Democrat Doug Jones, saying about the Alabama GOP Senate candidate? Not much. Lisa Hagen from The Hill explains why.
Democrats Nervously Eyeing Tight Virginia Governor's Race Democrats Nervously Eyeing Tight Virginia Governor's Race
Tue, November, 7, 2017
Janet Hook from the Wall Street Journal explains why Democrats are keeping a nervous eye on Virginia.
Trump steps up courtship of Dems Trump steps up courtship of Dems
Fri, September, 15, 2017
President Trump has been friendlier with Democrats as of late. Jordan Fabian from The Hill has the story.
This Morning with Gordon Deal September 14, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal September 14, 2017
Thu, September, 14, 2017
President Trump, Democrats Near Agreement on DACA, eight dead at Florida nursing home left without air conditioning, and ways to make smartphones less addictive.
Dems' first wave of recruits 'outsiders' in 2017 version of Tea Party Dems' first wave of recruits 'outsiders' in 2017 version of Tea Party
Wed, August, 23, 2017
Heidi Przybyla from USA Today breaks down how Democrats hope to replicate the success of the "tea party."
This Morning with Gordon Deal August 23, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal August 23, 2017
Wed, August, 23, 2017
President Trump rallies his base in Arizona, Democrats look to replicate "Tea-Party" success, and what science tells us about raising successful children.
GOP Scrambles to Recruit Senate Candidates GOP Scrambles to Recruit Senate Candidates
Mon, July, 10, 2017
Why is the GOP having a hard time finding candidates to fight vulnerable Democrats? Natalie Andrews from the Wall Street Journal has more.