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This Morning with Gordon Deal June 22, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 22, 2018
Fri, June, 22, 2018
House GOP postpones vote on immigration bill, SCOTUS allows states to collect sales taxes on more online transactions, and ABC plans spinoff of 'Roseanne' without Roseanne.
Trump, GOP Headed Toward Standoff Over Family Separations at Border Trump, GOP Headed Toward Standoff Over Family Separations at Border
Wed, June, 20, 2018
Could President Trump and the Republican party be heading towards a standoff over family separations at the border? The Washington Examiner's Gabby Morongiello gives Gordon the answer.
What does the Trump/Kim agreement mean for Trump and the GOP? What does the Trump/Kim agreement mean for Trump and the GOP?
Wed, June, 13, 2018
GOP Consultant Matt Mackowiak breaks down what the summit has accomplished for both sides.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 07, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 07, 2018
Thu, June, 7, 2018
House GOP leaders scramble to find a compromise on immigration, U.S. struggles to stop smuggling of mail-order opioids, and shattering El Capitan's speed record.
Trump's plan to exercise GOP's 'spending cut muscles' Trump's plan to exercise GOP's 'spending cut muscles'
Wed, May, 16, 2018
President Trump is considering a little used power that allows to him to propose new spending cuts. James W. Antle from the Washington Examiner has the latest.
A GOP surprise: House midterm hope in California A GOP surprise: House midterm hope in California
Wed, May, 16, 2018
Rachael Bade from POLITICO explain why the GOP sees hope in California.
GOP Primaries Put Trump at the Center GOP Primaries Put Trump at the Center
Tue, May, 8, 2018
GOP primary candidates are rushing to embrace President Trump. Janet Hook from the Wall Street Journal gives us a look.
This Morning with Gordon Deal May 08, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal May 08, 2018
Tue, May, 8, 2018
GOP primaries embrace the President, New York Attorney General resigns after abuse allegations, and record low unemployment doesn't mean teens will find summer jobs.
Mueller emerges as villain in Republican campaigns Mueller emerges as villain in Republican campaigns
Mon, May, 7, 2018
Midterm GOP candidates are turning special counsel Robert Mueller into public enemy number one. Jordain Carney from The Hill has the story.
The Ryan departure and the Trumpification of the GOP The Ryan departure and the Trumpification of the GOP
Fri, April, 13, 2018
Josh Kraushaar from National Journal talks with Gordon Deal about what impact Paul Ryan's departure could have on the GOP.
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.
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.
How Republicans hope to cope with White House unpredictability ahead of the midterms How Republicans hope to cope with White House unpredictability ahead of the midterms
Tue, March, 13, 2018
Will the GOP be able to get a straight message out of Washington going into midterm elections? David Drucker from the Washington Examiner has the story.
Tariff fight tests Trump, GOP Tariff fight tests Trump, GOP
Tue, March, 13, 2018
Will President Trump and the GOP's relationship survive a battle over tariffs? Jordain Carney from The Hill has the latest.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 13, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 13, 2018
Tue, March, 13, 2018
Austin, Texas on edge after a string of package bombings, Republicans find no collusion with Russia, and where perfection could earn you $1 million a year for life.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 08, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 08, 2018
Thu, March, 8, 2018
Republicans advise President Trump not to go through with tariffs, Florida lawmakers approve gun-control bill, and anonymous woman to donate up to $50 million of $559 million Powerball winnings to charities.
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.
Inside the $9.1 Million Effort to Bolster Republican Running in Trump Country Inside the $9.1 Million Effort to Bolster Republican Running in Trump Country
Tue, March, 6, 2018
Joshua Jamerson from the Wall Street Journal gives us a look at an effort to make sure the GOP stays on top in Trump country.
This Morning with Gordon Deal March 06, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal March 06, 2018
Tue, March, 6, 2018
Florida state Senate votes against arming most classroom teachers, some in GOP unhappy with tariff changes, and what's wrong with American workers.
This Morning with Gordon Deal This Morning with Gordon Deal
Mon, February, 19, 2018
Even With Steve Bannon Sidelined, GOP Is Split in Senate Primary Fights.
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 19, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal February 19, 2018
Mon, February, 19, 2018
President Trump weekend tweetstorm responds to Mueller indictment, GOP is split in senate primary fights, and Six-Year-Old Writes To NASA To '"Make Pluto A Planet Again."
Republicans See Trump as Top Asset in Senate Races Republicans See Trump as Top Asset in Senate Races
Tue, February, 13, 2018
Senate Republicans are hoping President Trump can give them a boost in the mid-term elections. Caitlin Huey-Burns from RealClearPolitics explains.
GOP Slackers Endanger House Majority GOP Slackers Endanger House Majority
Mon, February, 12, 2018
Josh Kraushaar from National Journal has a look at what could cause the GOP to lose the House majority.
House Republicans are retiring in droves. What's pushing them out? House Republicans are retiring in droves. What's pushing them out?
Fri, February, 2, 2018
Deirdre Shesgreen from USA Today has a look at why House Republicans are retiring en masse
This Morning with Gordon Deal February 02, 2018 This Morning with Gordon Deal February 02, 2018
Fri, February, 2, 2018
President Trump willing to walk away from immigration talks, why are Republicans retiring in droves, and Super fan has been to every Super Bowl.