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Congress Faces a Tense Agenda with Little Margin for Error Congress Faces a Tense Agenda with Little Margin for Error
Wed, September, 6, 2017
Kristina Peterson from the Wall Street Journal discusses how Congress will have a rough Fall ahead.
Ryan faces diciest stretch of his speakership Ryan faces diciest stretch of his speakership
Tue, September, 5, 2017
Kyle Cheney with POLITICO dives into the difficulties Speaker Ryan will be facing this month.
Give Trump a break for 'flip-flopping' on Afghanistan Give Trump a break for 'flip-flopping' on Afghanistan
Fri, August, 25, 2017
Yahoo! Finance's Rick Newman explains why you should give Trump a break for 'flip-flopping' on Afghanistan.
7 Ways Trump's Arizona Speech Complicates Congress' Fall Agenda 7 Ways Trump's Arizona Speech Complicates Congress' Fall Agenda
Fri, August, 25, 2017
Lindsay McPherson from Roll Call breaks down how President Trump complicated Congress' fall agenda.
Trouble in Trumpland: The President's core supporters begin to worry Trouble in Trumpland: The President's core supporters begin to worry
Tue, August, 15, 2017
A growing number of the President's core supporters are beginning to voice their concerns about the Administration's ability to work with Congress and steer clear of making controversial headlines. USA Today's Susan Page discusses.
What Trump has Quietly Accomplished What Trump has Quietly Accomplished
Tue, August, 15, 2017
In spite of the controversial headlines surrounding the Trump administration, The Atlantic's David Graham says it's easy to forget some of what the President has been accomplishing behind the scenes.
They insulted each other on the campaign trail, but now Trump and Rubio are chummy They insulted each other on the campaign trail, but now Trump and Rubio are chummy
Mon, August, 14, 2017
President Trump and Florida Senator Marco Rubio did not hold back during the Republican Primary. However, their relationship has drastically improved since Trump took office. USA Today Washington Correspondent Ledge King joins us with more.
Health care collapse a blow to McConnell Health care collapse a blow to McConnell
Thu, July, 20, 2017
Politico's John Bresnahan joins us to break down how the latest health care bill collapse impacts Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell and the rest of the GOP agenda moving forward.
Breaking down the Senate's Latest Health Care Proposal Breaking down the Senate's Latest Health Care Proposal
Fri, July, 14, 2017
President of the Foundation for Research and Equal Opportunity Avrik Roy breaks down the Senate Republican's latest proposal to repeal Obamacare.
Senate Republicans' revised health bill increases insurance subsidies and abandons two tax cuts in a fresh bid to repeal Obamacare Senate Republicans' revised health bill increases insurance subsidies and abandons two tax cuts in a fresh bid to repeal Obamacare
Fri, July, 14, 2017
POLITICO Healthcare reporter Sarah Karlin Smith joins us with a look at the Senate Republicans' revised healthcare bill, and outlines the impacts it may have if passed in both houses.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 14, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 14, 2017
Fri, July, 14, 2017
New Senate Health Bill aims to Bridge GOP Gaps, but Resistance Remains, Trump Defends His Son and Plays down Differences with French Leader, and five work from home jobs that can pay over $100,000.
Who Pays when someone without insurance shows up in the ER Who Pays when someone without insurance shows up in the ER
Thu, July, 6, 2017
USA Today's Maureen Groppe breaks down who bears the burden of paying for an uninsured patient who shows up at the ER.
What Trump gets right about the Middle East What Trump gets right about the Middle East
Thu, July, 6, 2017
Senior Fellow for Middle East Studies Steven Cook says the Trump's administration recent effort to pressure Iran and Russia on Syria seems to "reflect the return of a more traditional American approach to the Middle East", and one we could be better off with." He joins us with more.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 06, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 06, 2017
Thu, July, 6, 2017
U.S., Russia Spar over Approach to North Korea Threat, Congressmen Steve Scalise's condition worsens, and this zombie survival camp will help you win apocalypse.
How men and women disagree about Donald Trump's Economy How men and women disagree about Donald Trump's Economy
Mon, July, 3, 2017
A major gap along gender lines has opened up about President Trump's handling of the economy. The Wall Street Journal's Josh Zumbrun joins us with more.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 03, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 03, 2017
Mon, July, 3, 2017
Trump Tweets video of Him Wrestling down CNN, Budget standoffs persist in New Jersey and Maine; Illinois Officials edge closer to Budget Deal, and the effort to limit the horribleness of floats during the Horribles Parade in New England.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 28, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 28, 2017
Wed, June, 28, 2017
Short on Backers, GOP Delays Vote on Health Bill, U.S. Warns Syria Over Chemical Weapons, and 6 gorgeous beach towns where you can actually afford to buy a home.
Elizabeth Warren tries to win back voters in Trump Country Elizabeth Warren tries to win back voters in Trump Country
Wed, June, 28, 2017
Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is looking to make inroads in her state in an attempt to win back voters who supported Donald Trump. The Wall Street Journal's Reid Epstein has the story.
Neil Gorsuch firmly on Supreme Court right Neil Gorsuch firmly on Supreme Court right
Wed, June, 28, 2017
Washington Times Political Editor Steve Dinan discusses how newly appointed Supreme Court Justice Neil Gorsuch has already established himself on the Court's right wing.
The Supreme Court sends a message to the lower courts on Trump's travel ban The Supreme Court sends a message to the lower courts on Trump's travel ban
Tue, June, 27, 2017
Attorney Byron Henry says the Supreme Court's timing to listen to and uphold parts of the Trump Administration's travel ban was "by design." He joins us with more.
Supreme Court reinstates Trump's travel ban, but only for some immigrants Supreme Court reinstates Trump's travel ban, but only for some immigrants
Tue, June, 27, 2017
USA Today's Richard Wolf joins use with the latest on the Supreme Court's travel ban ruling.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 27, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 27, 2017
Tue, June, 27, 2017
Senate Health Bill raises uninsured by 22 Million in 2026 compared with ACA, the CBO Says, the Supreme Court reinstates Trump's travel ban, but only for some immigrants, and a Canadian becomes the first woman officer to lead the Changing of the Guard.
How a travel ban Supreme Court case could shake out How a travel ban Supreme Court case could shake out
Mon, June, 5, 2017
President Trump has re-ignited calls for a travel ban in the wake of the London Attacks. Attorney Byron Henry has a look at the possible scenarios for the proposed ban facing the Supreme Court.
What investigators are focusing on in London What investigators are focusing on in London
Mon, June, 5, 2017
Former Secret Service Agent in-charge Robert Caltabiano joins us to break down the investigation into the London terror attacks.
This Morning with Gordon Deal June 05, 2017 This Morning with Gordon Deal June 05, 2017
Mon, June, 5, 2017
Islamic State Claims London Attack, 14 arrested as the many extremes of Portland collide in protest, and the No. 1 job in America for getting a pay raise.