Interview with House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler on the pending release of the main conclusions of the Mueller report; Interview with Senator Ted Cruz of Texas on the Russia investigation and President Trump's recognition of Israel's soverei
First, Dana interviews House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerry Nadler on what to expect from Attorney General Bill Barr's summary of the Mueller report, how he plans to obtain the full Mueller report and what the latest information means for possible impeachment. Next, Dana talks with Senator Ted Cruz of Texas about the latest in the Russia investigation, as well as President Trump's recognition of Israel's sovereignty in the Golan Heights and ongoing federal investigation into Boeing after two airplane crashes. Finally, Dana interviews former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara for legal analysis of what the Mueller report could mean for the White House and what to watch for in the upcoming fight over what's next.
Interview with US Ambassador to New Zealand Scott Brown on the Christchurch terror attack; Interview with Rep. Rashida Tlaib one of the only Muslims in Congress on the rise of white nationalism and the President's response. Interview with 2020 candidate a
First, Jake speaks with the US Ambassador to New Zealand Scott Brown about the latest details on the Christchurch attack and the President's response to the tragedy. Then, Jake speaks with Michigan Congresswoman Rashida Tlaib, one of only three Muslims in Congress, about her reaction to Trump's comments on White Nationalism and the ongoing controversy surrounding Rep. Ilhan Omar. Next, Jake interviews 2020 Democratic candidate and Minnesota Senator Amy Klobuchar on the Christchurch shooting, her record as a prosecutor, and more. Then, our panel of Waleed Shahid, Rep. Jim Banks, Karen Finney, and former Congresswoman Mia Love discuss the US political ramifications of the Christchurch attack. Finally, in the State of the Cartoonion, Jake looks at Beto O'Rourke's campaign launch and his "born to run" attitude.
Interview with 2020 presidential candidate and former Secretary of Housing and Urban Development Julián Castro on controversial comments from Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar and his plans for slavery reparations; Interview with Texas Rep. Will Hurd on Presiden
First, Jake interviews 2020 presidential hopeful Julián Castro about divisions in the Democratic Party on reparations for slavery, the response to controversial comments by Democratic Rep. Ilhan Omar and a new CNN/Des Moines Register poll in Iowa. Next, Jake sits down with Texas Rep. Will Hurd on the President's national emergency declaration to build his border wall and his thoughts on his fellow Texan Beto O'Rourke's possible 2020 bid. Then, Jake interviews 2020 presidential contender and Washington Gov. Jay Inslee about his plans to combat climate change and his reflections on diversity and white male privilege in the Democratic Party. Plus, CNN gets a tour of The Daily Show's Donald J. Trump Presidential Twitter Library.
Interview with National Security Adviser John Bolton; Interview with Senate Intelligence Vice Chair Mark Warner; Interview with Louisiana GOP Senator John Kennedy; Interview with Michigan Representative Justin Amash; State of the Cartoonion: Michael Cohen
First, Jake sits down with the National Security Adviser John Bolton to discuss the fallout from the North Korea summit, negotiations with the Taliban, and the ongoing crisis in Venezuela. Then, the Vice Chair of the Senate Intelligence Committee Mark Warner joins to address reports that President Trump intervened in Jared Kushner's security clearance, Michael Cohen's testimony, and the ongoing controversies in his home commonwealth of Virginia. Next, Louisiana Republican Senator John Kennedy sits down with Jake to address Michael Cohen's accusations against President Trump and the Republican opposition to President Trump's national emergency on the border. Then, the lone Congressman to cosponsor legislation to terminate the emergency, Justin Amash, responds and discusses a potential libertarian run for the White House. Next, our panel of Bakari Sellers, David Urban, Jennifer Granholm, and Amanda Carpenter break down Bernie Sanders getting personal on the campaign trail and whether age will be a factor among 2020 candidates. Finally, Jake takes a look at Michael Cohen's potential movie deal in the State of the Cartoonion
Interview with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on American involvement with Venezuela and negotiations over North Korean denuclearization; Interview with Preet Bharara and Lisa Monaco on Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation; State of the Cartooni
First, Jake interviews Secretary of State Mike Pompeo about the Trump administration's plans to handle the political and humanitarian crisis in Venezuela as well as next steps to achieve North Korean denuclearization. Next, Jake talks about the latest from the Special Counsel's investigation with former U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York Preet Bharara, and Lisa Monaco, who served as counsel and chief of staff for Robert Mueller at the FBI. Then, Jake sits down with Mike Rogers, Jen Psaki, David Urban and Symone Sanders about Trump's wild week ahead and Bernie Sanders' second campaign for President. In this week's State of the Cartoonion, Jake imagines what Sean Spicer's responsibilities might be in his new role as a correspondent for Extra!