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This Morning with Gordon Deal October 16, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal October 16, 2019
Wed, October, 16, 2019
2020 Democrats slam the President over Syria, Trump's bid to end 'forever wars' undercut by Saudi troop deployment, and avoid these expensive mistakes when talking to your teen about college.
This Morning with Gordon Deal October 03, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal October 03, 2019
Thu, October, 3, 2019
Trump slams impeachment probe as hoax as Democrats seek White House documents, former Dallas Officer sentenced to 10 years, and America's middle class can't afford its cars.
This Morning with Gordon Deal September 30, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal September 30, 2019
Mon, September, 30, 2019
Schiff says the whistleblower is expected to testify soon, how 2020 Democrats plans to tax the ultra-rich could work, and how coffee became America's favorite hot beverage.
Democrats and Republicans Aren't Just Divided. They Live in Different Worlds Democrats and Republicans Aren't Just Divided. They Live in Different Worlds
Mon, September, 23, 2019
Democrats and Republicans are living on two different planets. Aaron Zitner from the Wall Street Journal joins us to elaborate.
The 2020 Democrat race is about Iowa, and increasingly only Iowa The 2020 Democrat race is about Iowa, and increasingly only Iowa
Mon, September, 23, 2019
James Pindell from the Boston Globe explains why and how the 2020 Democrat race is about Iowa only Iowa.
'It's a deceptive lead': Why Biden's rivals are planning around his big collapse 'It's a deceptive lead': Why Biden's rivals are planning around his big collapse
Tue, September, 10, 2019
David Siders from POLITICO breaks down why Joe Biden's rivals are planning around his big collapse.
2020 Dems' new climate plans need the Senate to succeed 2020 Dems' new climate plans need the Senate to succeed
Thu, September, 5, 2019
Climate change has become a central issue for most of the 2020 Democratic candidates. Ben Geman from Axios explains why it may be hard to get any action through Washington.
Democrats Can't Afford to Leave Moderates Behind Democrats Can't Afford to Leave Moderates Behind
Wed, September, 4, 2019
Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal explains why leaving the middle might not work for the 2020 Democratic candidates.
This Morning with Gordon Deal September 04, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal September 04, 2019
Wed, September, 4, 2019
Hurricane Dorian lashes Florida, fire blocked escape for 34 on boat off Southern California coast, and Bahamas woman shelters nearly 100 dogs in her home during Hurricane Dorian.
Polling Picture Comes Into Focus: Biden Leads a 3-Way Race at the Top Polling Picture Comes Into Focus: Biden Leads a 3-Way Race at the Top
Fri, August, 30, 2019
Katie Glueck of the NY Times confirms Joe Biden is indeed leading the way in national polling for the Democratic Presidential nomination (slightly ahead of Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren), but that state polling is widely varied.
This Morning with Gordon Deal August 30, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal August 30, 2019
Fri, August, 30, 2019
Hurricane Dorian possibly growing to Category 4, how Democrats are blowing it on climate change, and most in-demand job in every American state.
Biden struggles to hit it off with millennials Biden struggles to hit it off with millennials
Tue, August, 27, 2019
The Hill's Amie Parnes warns that Joe Biden needs to focus more on younger voters, a demographic that hugely helped elect Barack Obama when Biden was his Vice President.
Pelosi Corrals Combative Caucus, Intent on Keeping a House Majority Pelosi Corrals Combative Caucus, Intent on Keeping a House Majority
Mon, August, 26, 2019
WSJ's Natalie Andrews compares Nancy Pelosi's current term as House Speaker versus her first time there a decade ago, analyzing what she is doing differently this time around and detailing her goals for the future.
Democrats back off once-fervent embrace of Medicare-for-all Democrats back off once-fervent embrace of Medicare-for-all
Wed, August, 21, 2019
Chelsea Jane from the Washington Post explains why Democrats seem to be backing off Medicare-for-all.
'Corn, soybeans and landmines': Dems sweat early state blunders 'Corn, soybeans and landmines': Dems sweat early state blunders
Wed, August, 7, 2019
Even though this time of summer is usually less hectic for presidential candidates, POLITICO's David Siders notes how they still have plenty of campaigning to do, as well as plenty of mistakes to avoid.
This Morning with Gordon Deal August 01, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal August 01, 2019
Thu, August, 1, 2019
Biden, Harris weather attacks in combative debate, 66 people sent for medical attention after ExxonMobil refinery explosion in Texas, and how do Federal Reserve interest rate changes affect your finances.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 31, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 31, 2019
Wed, July, 31, 2019
Centrists and progressives battle at the second Democratic debate, Trump says he likes Kim Jung Un as North Korea tests more missiles, and baby "sharks" for Shark Week.
2020 Democrats veer further left in bid to discredit Trump's strong economy 2020 Democrats veer further left in bid to discredit Trump's strong economy
Wed, July, 24, 2019
2020 Democrats are attacking Wall Street and the banks as they push to the left. S.A. Miller from the Washington Times has the story.
Why are you running for president? Drumbeat grows for some 2020 Democrats to shift sights Why are you running for president? Drumbeat grows for some 2020 Democrats to shift sights
Mon, July, 22, 2019
Stephen-Gruber-Miller from the Des Moines Register explains why there is a growing call for some Democrats running for the 2020 nomination to drop out of the race.
Trump's Racially Charged Tweets Highlight Challenges for Democratic Party Trump's Racially Charged Tweets Highlight Challenges for Democratic Party
Wed, July, 17, 2019
What party has the biggest challenge when it comes to the President's "go back" tweets? The Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib gives us a look.
Three events this summer that could shrink the Democratic presidential primary field Three events this summer that could shrink the Democratic presidential primary field
Tue, July, 16, 2019
James Pindell from the Boston Globe gives us a look at events this summer that could shrink the Democratic presidential primary field.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 16, 2019 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 16, 2019
Tue, July, 16, 2019
President Trump doubles down as lawmakers blast his 'racist' attacks, three events this summer that could shrink the Democratic presidential primary field, and the most and least stressed cities in America.
Beto O'Rourke Struggles to Break Out of Crowded Democratic Field Beto O'Rourke Struggles to Break Out of Crowded Democratic Field
Mon, July, 15, 2019
After his near-stunning upset in the Texas Senate race last year, Is Beto O'Rourke already down and out of the 2020 Presidential election? WSJ's Tarini Parti details why O'Rourke is in trouble, and what he can do going forward to salvage his chances.
Everybody running for president is rich Everybody running for president is rich
Mon, July, 15, 2019
Are all of the presidential candidates as wealthy as the top 1%? Rick Newman of Yahoo! Finance says so and tells us why, along with which one candidate in the field is not so rich.
Biden campaign looks to correct early stumbles Biden campaign looks to correct early stumbles
Thu, July, 11, 2019
The Hill's Amie Parnes details former VP Joe Biden's 2020 campaign so far, including his struggles after the first Democratic debate, and what we can expect next.