December 8th, 2021 | 49 mins 22 secs
2010, abortion, attorney general, biden, candidates, china, christine o'donnell, department of justice, dr. oz, editorials, edward levi, eric greitens, focus groups, fred hiatt, gerald ford, herschel walker, house, human rights, josh mandel, justice department, merrick garland, midterms, president ford, pro-choice voters, putin, republicans, roe v wade, russia, senate, supreme court, the washington post, todd aiken, ukraine
If the attorney general wants to restore norms at the Justice Department, he's got to talk about it. He's got to give speeches on democracy, voting rights, and accountability. He has to sell the message. Ben Wittes joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast.
December 7th, 2021 | 41 mins 34 secs
atlanta, bob dole, brian kemp, central california, churchill, dan rostenkowski, david perdue, fame, fdr, fox news, georgia electorate, georgia voters, herschel walker, house ways & means, jan. 6 committee, japan, joe biden, john eastman, kamala harris, maga, marc short, mark meadows, metro atlanta suburbs, mike pence, nunes, ossoff, pearl harbor, redistricting, social media, stacey abrams, trump, warnock, wwii
Stacey Abrams sees good odds in the Georgia's governor's race, while the Republican candidates are stuck in the amber of Trump's Big Lie. Plus: Nunes' job change shows that being on Fox is the new path to power. NBC News' Jonathan Allen joins Charlie Sykes on today's podcast.