News & Politics
Interview with White House Adviser Stephen Miller; Interview with Rep. Adam Schiff; Interview with David Axelrod and Mark McKinnon; Trump's nickname game
White House Senior Adviser Stephen Miller joins Jake Tapper for a contentious interview discussing the split between the White House and Steve Bannon as well as the latest developments in the Russia investigation. Then, the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff joins Jake to talk about the President's tweet that he is a "very stable genius" and the re-opening of the Clinton investigation. Next, Former Bush Adviser Mark McKinnon and former Obama Adviser David Axelrod tell Jake about their experience handling tell-all books in the West Wing. Then, the panel of Van Jones, Amanda Carpenter, Michael Caputo, and Jen Psaki discuss the President's response to the "Fire and Fury" book. Finally, in the State of the Cartoonion Jake looks at how the President comes up with his infamous nicknames.view more
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