Impeachment round-up with Daily Caller’s Chuck Ross, Judicial Watch’s Tom Fitton and columnist Ann Coulter who explains her concerns about President Trump welcoming a DACA deal with Democrats. “I’m afraid Trump has become ‘Never Trump'” says Coulter!

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Reporter and Watergate historian James Rosen joins the podcast discuss the impeachment inquiry hearings as well as his famous run-in with Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi. Trump campaign spokesman Marc Lotter joins to talk about the campaign’s fundraising and also explains why the Trump transition team (of which he was a member) didn’t clean house and fire all political appointees and ambassadors when they took office.

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Secretary of Labor Eugene Scalia on the Trump Administration’s efforts in promoting apprenticeships and association health plans for small business owners. Federalist.com’s John Daniel Davidson on the impeachment hearings and the danger of unelected bureaucratic diplomats over-riding a president’s foreign policy directives. Los Angeles reporter Kevin Tripp provides the latest on the school shooting in Santa Clarita, CA.

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Full impeachment hearing coverage from the RNC’s Liz Harrington, Washington Times’ Charles Hurt, author Lee Smith and former Asst. Secretary of State under George W. Bush, Robert Charles.

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Washington Examiner’s Byron York gives us a comprehensive impeachment preview on the eve of the first public impeachment inquiry hearings led by Rep. Adam Schiff. Fox News anchor Shannon Bream reports from the Supreme Court where justices heard arguments over President Trump’s decision to rescind President Obama’s DACA executive action. Gianno Caldwell discusses his new book, “Taken for Granted: How Conservatism Can Win Back the Americans That Liberalism Failed.”

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Former VA Secretary David Shulkin discusses Veteran’s Day, his time at the VA and his new book, “It Shouldn’t Be This Hard to Serve Your Country: Our Broken Government and the Plight of Veterans.” Former ICE Director Thomas Homan on the latest controversy surrounding sanctuary policies in the nation’s capital and the recruitment crisis for police departments. Former White House spokesman Sean Spicer on his Dancing with the Stars winning streak and his relationship with “Queer Eye” star Karamo Brown.

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Project Veritas Founder and President James O’Keefe talks about the latest developments surrounding Amy Robach’s leaked video including CBS firing the wrong employee suspected of leaking the video to PV. ICE’s Baltimore Acting Field Office Director Francisco Madrigal joins the program to share details surrounding the latest illegal immigrant, an alleged child sex abuser, released by Montgomery County, MD. Lastly, Larry speaks with Army Sgt. Derrick Miller, Military Adviser to Congressman Louie Gohmert and Executive Director of the Congressional Justice for Warriors Caucus, about his story, military men and women receiving fair trials and more.

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Byron York, Chief Political Correspondent for the Washington Examiner, breaks down the latest news surrounding the impeachment inquiry and his latest article, “Testimony: How Trump helped Ukraine”. Lt. Col. Tony Shaffer, a CIA trained former senior intelligence officer and President of the London Center for Policy Research, details his interaction with Mark Zaid, the whistleblower’s lawyer. Lastly, Michelle Malkin, columnist and author of the book “Open Borders Inc.: Who’s Funding America’s Destruction?”, weighs in on the top news stories of the day including the importance of the thin blue line flag, illegal immigration & Don Jr.’s appearance on The View.

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Hogan Gidley, Deputy Assistant to the President and Principal Deputy Press Secretary, discusses the latest transcript releases from Democrats in the House regarding the impeachment effort, yesterday’s election results, and the president’s announcement regarding his success in naming federal judges. Ryan Manion of the Travis Manion Foundation joins the podcast to discuss her new book, “The Knock At The Door: Three Gold Star Families Bonded By Grief And Purpose.”

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Fox News contributor John Soloman joins the podcast to discuss new revelations regarding Hunter Biden, Joe Biden and the Obama State Department’s knowledge of their entanglement with Ukrainian energy company Burisma. James O’Keefe on his expose on ABC News and how they quashed Amy Robach’s story on Jefferey Epstein. Mark Levin discusses the importance of today’s election in Virginia.

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Why are liberals so angry that Sean Spicer continues to progress week after week on Dancing with the Stars? Spicer comments on his winning streak as well as Elizabeth Warren’s “Medicare for All” plan and how Republicans should respond to it. Also, USCIS Director Ken Cuccinelli comments on a judge’s ruling suspending a Trump policy meant to prohibit immigration from individuals who would put an undue strain on the nation’s health care system. Police advocate Rob O’Donnell reacts to a Washington DC suburb that has prohibited the “Thin Blue Line” flag emblem from being displayed at a Montgomery County, MD police station.

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The Federalist writer Mark Hemingway joins the podcast to discuss the impeachment process and how so much of the case against the president boils down to career bureaucrats and diplomats merely objecting to and standing in the way of an elected official’s policy. David Limbaugh discusses his new book, “Guilty by Reason of Insanity.” Also, our weekly visit with polemicist Ann Coulter who takes issue with the Democrats impeachment process and Lt. Col. Alexander S. Vindman’s actions in undermining the president’s policies.

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Republican congressman Rob Wittman from Virginia absolutely unloads on Nancy Pelosi, Adam Schiff and House Democrats for their vote for the impeachment process earlier today. White House Deputy Director of Communications Adam Kennedy reveals how the White House will be fighting back against the continuing impeachment inquiry. Washington Examiner’s Philip Klein on his new book “Fear Your Future: How the Deck Is Stacked against Millennials and Why Socialism Would Make It Worse.”

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Attorney for Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn joins the podcast to discuss the latest developments in the former National Security Adviser’s defense, including Powell’s recent filing, asking for original notes from the FBI’s interview of Flynn as well as the blackberry’s US Attorney John Durham allegedly acquired from Joseph Misfud. Also, as a huge wildfire threatens the Reagan Library in Simi Valley, we connect with the Library’s Executive Director John Heubusch for an on-the-scene update.

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Alaska Governor Mike Dunleavy came into office promising to lower the state’s huge budget deficit by cutting spending without raising taxes. After doing just that, he now faces a recall effort by Democrats angry that he’s followed through with his campaign promises. Gov. Dunleavy joins us to discuss the recall effort as well as how DC environmental and immigration policies affect Americans in our 49th state. Todd McMurtry is the defamation lawyer for Nick Sandmann, the Covington High School student who was lied about by major media outlets including NBC News, Washington Post, and CNN. Sandmann is suing those outlets for defamation and yesterday, a federal judge ruled the suit can proceed. McMurtry joins the podcast to discuss the case and the next steps in Sandmann’s legal proceedings.

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Investigative journalist Lee Smith’s new book “The Plot Against the President: The True Story of How Congressman Devin Nunes Uncovered the Biggest Political Scandal in US History” was promoted by Donald Trump today on Twitter. Smith joins us for an exclusive discussion of his book and the details surrounding the creation of the “Russian Dossier,” the use of Fusion GPS to use campaign opposition research to activate an FBI counterintelligence operation against candidate Trump and how that investigation turned into a vehicle to remove the president from office.

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Former Speaker Newt Gingrich chimes in on Nancy Pelosi and Adam Schiff’s contention that they should have been notified, in advance, about the military strike on Abū Bakr al-Baghdadi’s compound. “I wouldn’t trust Adam Schiff with yesterday’s newspaper,” says the former speaker. Former Navy SEAL Jack Carr discusses the nature of special operations like the one that the Delta Force executed Saturday night in Syria. Former White House press secretary Sean Spicer reacts to the media’s criticism and tone-deaf coverage of the death of al-Baghdadi as well as his winning streak on Dancing with the Stars.

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In an exclusive interview, Rep. Devin Nunes tells Larry O’Connor that he believes the FBI was targeting Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn in the early days of the Trump Administration and that ultimately, “they set him up.” He also declares that the FISA warrant applications from James Comey and the Department of Justice submitted for Carter Page were “fraudulent.” Nunes also says he believes Comey and the FBI refused to reveal the counterintelligence operation on the Trump campaign not out of a concern over the operation’s sensitive nature, as Comey maintains, but because “they knew it was corrupt.” Nunes also intimates that MI6 agent Christopher Steele may not have actually written the infamous “Russian dossier” but instead it was crafted by Fusion GPS directly. This flies in the face of public, sworn testimony on the reliability of the dossier solely based on the reputation of Steele himself. 

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Larry O’Connor’s exclusive interview with Gen. John Kelly. In a wide-ranging, unedited exchange, the former White House Chief of Staff discusses his time in the Trump White House and what he did to instill a sense of duty and discipline in the White House staff. Gen. Kelly also reveals details of his time at DHS but he doesn’t mince words when fighting back against politicians who denigrate ICE officers. Gen. Kelly also chimes in on the president’s Syria policy and what he would be advising the president on this issue if he were still at 1600 Pennsylvania.

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Back in July, The Federalist senior editor Mollie Hemingway and Judicial Crisis Network senior counsel Carrie Severino joined Larry O’Connor to preview their book, “Justice on Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court”.

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