Jim Geraghty of National Review and Greg Corombos of Radio America shake their heads in disgust as a straight Obamacare repeal appears doomed in the Senate, due to opposition from multiple Republican senators who voted for the very same bill two years ago – when they knew it would be vetoed.  They also react to reports that President Trump engaged in a dinner conversation with Vladimir Putin without any other members of his staff, including a U.S. translator.  And they wonder if an intervention is necessary for liberal writer Louise Mensch, after she tweeted that unnamed people might seek the death penalty for White House Chief Strategist Steve Bannon due to his supposed espionage on behalf of the Russians.

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  1. Eustace C. Scrubb Member
    Eustace C. Scrubb

    That’s Louise ‘McCarthy’ Mensch

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  2. BD1 Member

    Louise Mensch: “Evan McMullin for President.”

    You’re right that Mensch is a “liberal writer.”  What does it say about the staff of NR that most of you guys supported McMullin as well?

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  3. DJ EJ Member
    DJ EJ

    This is the first time I’ve skipped part of/fast-forwarded past a martini in this podcast. As soon as the discussion of Trump’s dinner conversation with Putin began, I was immediately bored. Perhaps I should care about translator protocols and Trump talking to Putin at a dinner but I don’t. I do not care. Zzzzzzzz.

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