This episode looks at the president’s return to the campaign trail after his Covid vacation, the Amy Coney Barrett confirmation hearings, and whether Donald Trump can revive his sinking re-election campaign.
Topics include how Joe Biden and the Democratic party should fight back against attempts to overthrow the will of the people in November, the upcoming presidential debate, and how Senate Democrats should go about questioning SCOTUS nominee Amy Coney Barrett during her confirmation hearing.
This week’s podcast features comedian Ward Anderson as he and the gang discuss the ongoing Black Lives Matter protests, the Lindsey Graham “Lady G” rumors, and some common misconceptions about the 2020 presidential race.
In episode 110 of The More Perfect Union podcast series, the gang ruminates about presidential pardons, newly released intel about Jeff Session’s previously undisclosed talks with the Russian ambassador, and co-hosts own Russian connections that the More Perfect Union podcast feels compelled to reveal.
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Does Donald Trump have the ground organization to cash in on his poll numbers?
Is Canadian born Ted Cruz qualified to be president?
What’s so special about Martin Van Buren?
Was President Obama’s Town Hall on guns a success for the president?
Will the gun issue be a decisive factor in the fall election?
Does Congress’s vote to repeal Obamacare mean anything?
Election Day 2015 and the Kentucky governor’s race
Donald Trump on SNL
Ben Carson’s mendacity issues
George H. W. Bush’s new memoire
MSNBC Democratic Forum
Obama rejects the Keystone XL Pipeline
State of the races
Clinton testimony at the Benghazi hearing
Paul Ryan agrees to run for Speaker – but only for one term?
Next Republican debate
Trump vs. the GOP
Joe Biden’s Lingering Decision