On the Friday edition of the Daily Daily Caller Podcast, we sit down for the weekly video interview with authors Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Severino to talk about their bestselling book, “Justice On Trial: The Kavanaugh Confirmation and the Future of the Supreme Court.” We also cover the response to President Donald Trump disavowing the “send her home” chants at his rally in North Carolina, the panels for the second Democratic debate in Detroit are set, and it’s been 50 years since man first walked on the moon.
Nothing President Donald Trump can or will ever say will be enough to placate liberals, both elected Democrats and in the media. He unequivocally denounced the “send her home” chants directed at anti-Semitic Congresswoman Ilhan Omar. Still liberals were accusing him of being a fascist and racist because it’s all they have. “The View” host Joy Behar asked her fellow hosts why Trump can’t be charged with “hate speech,” showing once again how totalitarian the instincts of “progressive” leftists truly are. We have all the audio and analysis.
CNN hosted the most boring “draft” in history Thursday, only this one wasn’t about sports. They chose which candidates would face-off on the two nights of the upcoming debates. We have the story and the names.
Saturday is the 50th anniversary of one of, if not the, most amazing achievements in human history — the moon landing. And while The New York Times has decided to take this opportunity to attack NASA as sexist and racist (seriously), we celebrate this incredible accomplishment for America and our species.
Then we talk with Mollie Hemingway and Carrie Severino about their new bestselling book “Justice On Trial” and get a behind-the-scenes look at the biggest story of last year, which will serve as a guide for the next, and perhaps all, Supreme Court nomination fights going forward.
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