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Political world braces for Trump verdict Political world braces for Trump verdict
Thu, May, 30, 2024
The Hill's Brett Samuels predicts how the political world will react when Donald Trump receives his verdict in his upcoming trial.
How the timeline for Donald Trump's trials has become an 'extraordinary' juggling act How the timeline for Donald Trump's trials has become an 'extraordinary' juggling act
Wed, December, 27, 2023
USA Today's Bart Jansen talks about how Donald Trump's trials have become an extraordinary juggling act.
Christie's long road of political vengeance fuels his campaign to destroy Trump Christie's long road of political vengeance fuels his campaign to destroy Trump
Thu, August, 24, 2023
Kerry Picket from the Washington Times details how Chris Christie's feud with Donald Trump is the main component behind his political campaign.
Republicans Fear Growing 2024 Field Clears Path for Trump Republicans Fear Growing 2024 Field Clears Path for Trump
Mon, June, 26, 2023
Republicans are anxious that the size of the 2024 primary field will only help former President Donald Trump. Caroline Vakil shares the details.
Trump Escalates Attacks on Judges Amid Increasing Legal Security Trump Escalates Attacks on Judges Amid Increasing Legal Security
Wed, May, 31, 2023
Former President Donald Trump is lashing out at judges, heightening security concerns. Rebecca Beitsch of the Hill shares the details.
DeSantis Ratchets Up Campaign to Knock Trump off his Conservative Pedestal DeSantis Ratchets Up Campaign to Knock Trump off his Conservative Pedestal
Tue, May, 30, 2023
Ron DeSantis is trying to find a way to do what no Republican has been able to do in seven years: Take down former President Donald Trump. James Antle of Washington Examiner has the story.
Why GOP Candidates are Piling on DeSantis - Not Trump Why GOP Candidates are Piling on DeSantis - Not Trump
Fri, May, 26, 2023
Brett Samuels of the Hill explains on America's First News why GOP candidates are piling on Ron DeSantis, not Donald Trump.
Republicans Fear Trump Civil War Could Cost Them in 2024 Republicans Fear Trump Civil War Could Cost Them in 2024
Thu, December, 15, 2022
Democrats have a big chance to control the White House by 2024 because Republican pro & anti Trump supporters are disagreeing with each other. GOP Consultant Matt Mackowiak explains how Republicans are at a major disadvantage.
This Morning with Gordon Deal July 22, 2022 This Morning with Gordon Deal July 22, 2022
Fri, July, 22, 2022
Jan. 6 hearing depicts Donald Trump as content to let the riot rage, Congressman Lee Zeldin attacked during New York state stump speech, and GoFundMe raises $500K for pizza man who saved 5 from house fire.
After Angering Trump, South Carolina Rep. Tom Rice Faces Tough Primary Fight After Angering Trump, South Carolina Rep. Tom Rice Faces Tough Primary Fight
Tue, June, 14, 2022
Eliza Collins from the Wall Street Journal talks to Gordon Deal about how South Carolina politician Tom Rice will have a hard test in front of him in the Primaries after upsetting former President Donald Trump.
Biden remains stuck in Trump's shadow Biden remains stuck in Trump's shadow
Wed, June, 8, 2022
Haisten Willis from the Washington Examiner explains why current President Joe Biden is never the news' top focus because of former President Donald Trump.
How the 2020 Election Deepened America's White-Collar/Blue-Collar Split How the 2020 Election Deepened America's White-Collar/Blue-Collar Split
Tue, December, 1, 2020
Aaron Zitner from The Wall Street Journal explores the deepening political divide between white-collar and blue-collar counties, which grew even wider with the 2020 election.
Big Donors Spent Heavily on Failed Election Efforts Big Donors Spent Heavily on Failed Election Efforts
Tue, December, 1, 2020
Julie Bykowicz from The Wall Street Journal looks into the billions of dollars that 2020 election donors spent on failed efforts, like Mike Bloomberg's $100 million investment to turn Florida blue and Sheldon Adelson's $75 million in donations to President Trump's re-election campaign.
The Five People (Not Named Trump or Biden) Who Loom Large Over the 2020 Race The Five People (Not Named Trump or Biden) Who Loom Large Over the 2020 Race
Wed, July, 8, 2020
The 2020 election is basically a choice between two presidential candidates: Donald Trump and Joe Biden. But James Pindell from The Boston Globe lists the five people not on the ballot who will have the greatest influence on the race.
Trump, Biden Offer Dramatically Different Visions of 'Normal' in America Trump, Biden Offer Dramatically Different Visions of 'Normal' in America
Wed, July, 8, 2020
Jerry Seib from The Wall Street Journal evaluates the Trump and Biden campaigns' opposing views on how to return the country to "normal."
Battle for the GOP's Soul? Trump Has Won Battle for the GOP's Soul? Trump Has Won
Wed, October, 24, 2018
Donald Trump has won the battle for the GOP's soul. The Wall Street Journal's Jerry Seib has the story.
Was it Legal for Michael Cohen to Secretly Tape Trump? Was it Legal for Michael Cohen to Secretly Tape Trump?
Thu, July, 26, 2018
Listen as Attorney Rahul D. Manchanda tells Gordon whether it was legal for President Trump's former lawyer Michael Cohen to secretly record conversations with Trump.
History Shows Peril and Promise of Trump-Kim Summit History Shows Peril and Promise of Trump-Kim Summit
Mon, April, 9, 2018
Jerry Seib from the Wall Street Journal has a look at past Presidential summits as we prepare for Donald Trump and Kim Jung Un.
This Morning with Gordon Deal This Morning with Gordon Deal
Mon, February, 19, 2018
Even With Steve Bannon Sidelined, GOP Is Split in Senate Primary Fights.
The Trump White House Saw a Record Number of First-Year Departures The Trump White House Saw a Record Number of First-Year Departures
Fri, December, 29, 2017
The Trump White House saw a record number of first-year departures. The Wall Street Journal's Eli Stokols talks about how this will continue in 2018.
Trump tries to turn back clock on Obama era Trump tries to turn back clock on Obama era
Tue, October, 17, 2017
Is Donald Trump trying to erase President Obama's legacy? Niall Stanage from the The Hill has the story.
Is Trump still the same guy who won in November? Is Trump still the same guy who won in November?
Wed, October, 11, 2017
Is Donald Trump still the same guy who won in November? James W. Antle from the Washington Examiner has a look.
Victories for Democrats? Victories for Democrats?
Fri, September, 8, 2017
Victories for Democrats? They have a seat at the negotiating table, but the Washington Post's Paul Kane says they must prove they can land those wins.
Why Republicans are worried about eroding Hispanic support after Trump's DACA rollback. Why Republicans are worried about eroding Hispanic support after Trump's DACA rollback.
Fri, September, 8, 2017
The Washington Examiner's David Drucker explains why Republicans are worried about eroding Hispanic support after Trump's DACA rollback.