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20 Weeks Out From Midterms, Democrats and Republicans Brace for Surprises 20 Weeks Out From Midterms, Democrats and Republicans Brace for Surprises
Wed, June, 20, 2018
Listen as The Hill's Reid Wilson joins Gordon to discuss how both Republicans and Democrats are keeping their heads on a swivel just 5 months out from the midterm elections.
Group Tries to Lower the Volume on the High-Decibel Noise That's Further Dividing a Polarized Nation Group Tries to Lower the Volume on the High-Decibel Noise That's Further Dividing a Polarized Nation
Tue, June, 19, 2018
Listen as USA Today's Ledyard King joins Gordon to discuss how a group in Virginia is trying to hear each other's political views rather than rebuke them like the majority of a polarized America.
3 Economic Ideas Democrats Can Run On 3 Economic Ideas Democrats Can Run On
Fri, May, 4, 2018
Yahoo Finance columnist Rick Newman examines economic ideas for Democrats including immigration, infrastructure spending, and healthcare reform.
Democrats bullish on winning the House but not sold on Pelosi as speaker Democrats bullish on winning the House but not sold on Pelosi as speaker
Fri, May, 4, 2018
Paul Kane from The Wall Street Journal explores why Democratic contenders aren't willing to say they support returning Nancy Pelosi to power.
GOP hopes to capitalize on crowded Dem primaries GOP hopes to capitalize on crowded Dem primaries
Tue, April, 3, 2018
Ben Kamisar from The Hill explains why the GOP hopes for a crowded Democratic primary field.
2020 Dems compete for top campaign operatives 2020 Dems compete for top campaign operatives
Wed, March, 28, 2018
The Hill's Reid Wilson and Gordon Deal discuss the battle between Democrats for top campaign operatives ahead of the 2020 election.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 28, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 28, 2018
Wed, March, 28, 2018
North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un visited China, 2020 Democrats compete for top campaign operatives, and bath toy's dirty secret.
More Democrats likely to disavow Pelosi after Pennsylvania stunner More Democrats likely to disavow Pelosi after Pennsylvania stunner
Mon, March, 19, 2018
Will more Democratic candidates distance themselves from Nancy Pelosi? Daniel Lippman from POLITICO has the story.
Democrats' Path to a November Majority Has Hurdles Democrats' Path to a November Majority Has Hurdles
Thu, March, 15, 2018
While things seem to be looking up for Democrats right now, Jerry Seib from The Wall Street Journal tells us why there may be some warning signs on the horizon.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 15, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 15, 2018
Thu, March, 15, 2018
Egypt strikes Islamic State targets in Libya, suspected Copenhagen gunman is killed and the White House's plan to kill the password.
Underdog Democrats Seize on Primary Opponents' Gun History Underdog Democrats Seize on Primary Opponents' Gun History
Mon, March, 5, 2018
Democrats with a history of taking money from the NRA are getting called out. Simone Pathe from Roll Call explains the findings to Gordon Deal.
As Primaries Approach, Democratic Divisions Deepen As Primaries Approach, Democratic Divisions Deepen
Tue, February, 27, 2018
Josh Kraushaar from the National Journal explains how Democrats may be a threat to themselves.
These Red-State Democrats Think Legal Marijuana Can Help Them Win These Red-State Democrats Think Legal Marijuana Can Help Them Win
Wed, February, 7, 2018
James Higdon from POLITICO breaks down how democrats think legal marijuana can help them take some red-states.
This Morning with Gordon Deal January 31, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal January 31, 2018
Wed, January, 31, 2018
President Trump looks ahead during State of the Union, Democrats reject Trump's vision of America, and gas prices head up when they usually head down in winter.
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.
State of the Union 2018 Viewer's Guide State of the Union 2018 Viewer's Guide
Tue, January, 30, 2018
Paul Singer from USA Today breaks down what to watch for in tonight's address.
How Democrats Stopped Worrying and Learned to Accept Trump's Wall How Democrats Stopped Worrying and Learned to Accept Trump's Wall
Thu, January, 25, 2018
Russell Berman from The Atlantic tells Gordon Deal how recent immigration concerns shifted how Democrats view Trump's wall.
GOP retirements boost Democrats' hopes for taking the House in 2018 GOP retirements boost Democrats' hopes for taking the House in 2018
Mon, January, 15, 2018
USA Today's Nicole Gaudiano explains how GOP retirements are boosting Democrats' hopes for taking the House in 2018.
The Democrats' Dilemma: Too Many Candidates The Democrats' Dilemma: Too Many Candidates
Tue, January, 9, 2018
Democrats are running into an issue of having to many candidates preparing to run for office around the country. Josh Kraushaar from National Journal has the story.
Infrastructure Rebuilding Is Trump Administration's Next Big Push Infrastructure Rebuilding Is Trump Administration's Next Big Push
Wed, December, 27, 2017
Chris Gordon from The Wall Street Journal discusses prospects for an infrastructure rebuilding plan.
To Both Parties, Moore's Loss Is a Potential Win for 2018 To Both Parties, Moore's Loss Is a Potential Win for 2018
Fri, December, 15, 2017
James Arkin from RealClearPolitics takes a look at how Roy Moore's loss in the Alabama Senate race could help both Democrats and Republicans in 2018..
To Help Doug Jones, National Dems Lie Low in Alabama Senate Race To Help Doug Jones, National Dems Lie Low in Alabama Senate Race
Wed, November, 15, 2017
As the Alabama Senate race tightens following sexual misconduct allegations against GOP nominee Roy Moore, national Democrats have maintained a lower profile to help Dem nominee Doug Jones. Deborah Berry from USA Today explains the unique strategy.
Democrats Are United Against Trump, Divided on Everything Else Democrats Are United Against Trump, Divided on Everything Else
Mon, October, 30, 2017
Democrats can agree on President Trump and that's it. The Wall Street Journal's Janet Hook has the story.
Even with GOP Exits, Democrats Face Tough Odds Taking Senate in 2018 Even with GOP Exits, Democrats Face Tough Odds Taking Senate in 2018
Fri, October, 27, 2017
Kristina Peterson from the Wall Street Journal explains why, even with GOP incumbents Jeff Flake and Bob Corker stepping down, Democrats may struggle to gain a Senate majority in 2018.
Democrats and Steve Bannon may be helping each other out Democrats and Steve Bannon may be helping each other out
Mon, October, 9, 2017
USA Today's Heidi Przybyla breaks down how Democrats and Steve Bannon may be helping each other out.