This week, Mike and Frates discuss the cancellation of the Singapore Summit and whether it will damage the Presidency more than Trump’s rhetoric. They also analyze Spygate and the difference between “Fake News” and “News that Trump doesn’t like”. Plus: Can the truth actually work?
Happy anniversary to the Mueller investigation! Mike and Frates take a “behind the scenes” look at TV appearances and theorize why our president never apologizes. Plus they examine which issues are looming over the 2018 midterms and why.
It’s a good week for the President and he handles in a typical Trump style. There are ramifications of pulling out of the Iran deal, so what are the alternatives? The Democratic party seems to lack a cohesive message, but they do have excitement. Don’t trust generic ballots.
This week, Mike and Frates talk about the Rudy Giuliani bombshell and whether or not it was by design. Also, an angry doctor may be a talkative doctor and is it OK for a comedian to be funny?
This week, Mike and Frates discuss the importance of “pleasing the king”. Mr. Cohen decides to take the Fifth and Mr. Trump has a new French friend. Plus, potheads on the Hill are blowing smoke.
This week, Mike and Frates discuss the possibility of President Trump succeeding in spite of himself. Barbara Bush is remembered and Sean Hannity is keeping some interesting company. The guys keep it civil because they don’t get confused.
This week, Mike and Chris discuss why FBI raids are neither witch hunts, nor are the unprecedented. Sayonara Mr. Ryan! Also, Mark Zuckerberg wears a suit and Mike Pence be chillin.
On this week’s episode, Mike sits, Chris stands, and they discuss “ethics” at the EPA. Is Sinclair using corporate branding or is it propaganda? Mark Zuckerberg takes some blame and the job market continues to shrink for journalists.