Rich, Reihan, Ian, and Michael Brendan Dougherty discuss yet another White House shakeup, the prospects of the RAISE Act, and the Trump administration’s salvo against affirmative action.

Rich, Charlie, and Ian discuss Donald Trump’s ongoing fight with Attorney General Sessions, the rise of Anthony Scaramucci, the state of Obamacare repeal, and the ban on transgender Americans serving in the military.

Rich, Charlie, Ian, and Reihan discuss Donald Trump Jr’s attempted collusion and the new Senate healthcare bill.

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Rich, Charlie, Ian, and Reihan discuss President Trump’s speech in Warsaw, the situation in North Korea, and the spat between the White House and Morning Joe.

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A special July 4th episode of The Editors. Rich, Charlie, Ian, and Michael Brendan Dougherty discuss whether George Washington was an indispensable man, whether Jefferson or Hamilton was the greater figure, and whether America is a nation or an idea.

Rich, Charlie, and Ian discuss the Republicans’ win in Georgia’s Sixth District, the Senate’s stab at healthcare reform, and the death of Otto Warmbier.

Charlie, Ian, and Michael Brendan Dougherty discuss the shooting of Republican legislators at a baseball field in Alexandria, the fallout from the U.K.’s election, and Jeff Sessions’s Senate testimony.

Rich, Reihan, Ian and Michael Brendan Dougherty discuss James Comey’s testimony before Congress and the U.K. general election.

Rich, Charlie, and Ian discuss President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris Climate Accord, Hillary Clinton’s refusal to take responsibility for her loss, and the apparent decline of the UK’s Tory party.

The editors of National Review discuss the terrorist attack in Manchester, President Trump’s foreign trip, and the controversy over the White House’s proposed budget.

Charlie, Reihan, and Ian discuss the alleged Comey memo, the reports that the president divulged classified intelligence to the Russians, and the swirling talk of impeachment — or worse.

National Review’s Rich Lowry, Reihan Salam, Ian Tuttle, and Charlie Cooke discuss Trump’s firing of James Comey.