So much writing on President Trump, and especially his business career, comes from journalists who aren’t businesspeople. What do they know about being hundreds of millions of dollars in debt? Conrad Black is a former press baron who sees Trump’s business life from a businessman’s (and a historian’s) perspective, and his new biography of the president puts Trump in a new light. How much hucksterism is good? Was there strategy behind Trump’s professional wrestling antics? And what about the president’s near-death experience with debt? Black talks about it all (and yes, he discusses the pardon).

A special solo edition of the podcast — it’s just me going through the latest in the Trump-Russia investigation, and, more important, the investigation of the Trump-Russia investigation. What to look for after the president’s declassification order, plus a little-discussed reason why pressure is building for Democrats to impeach.

So where should U.S. Attorney John Durham start as he investigates the Trump-Russia investigation? Well, he might start by talking with former prosecutor Andrew McCarthy. Then: You want to get into the Trump-Russia weeds? This is the place. What about the CIA’s involvement in starting the investigation? How come we don’t hear much about that? Did the FBI, with Carter Page warrant, surf the “upstream part of the Internet” for Trump info? And what about that 2-hop thing? That and more from a man who really knows his Trump-Russia stuff.

In a weird coincidence, the same lawyer who represents accused spy Butina also represents a key figure in the GOP platform brouhaha. Attorney Robert Driscoll goes inside two of the weirdest cases of the Trump-Russia affair — cases that started with sensational headlines and ended as nothingburgers.

The former Trump campaign aide got mixed up in one of the weirdest episodes of the Trump-Russia affair. He talks about it all, from his brief run-in with the mysterious Russian Henry Oknyansky to the FBI agent who showed up in a muscle car to whisk him to Mueller’s lair.

Carter Page, the only man wiretapped — that we know of — in the Trump-Russia probe describes what it was like in the grand jury with Robert Mueller’s prosecutors. Also, what did the FBI ask in five, count ’em five, interviews? And then the question: Can you tell if you’re under surveillance?

In this interview, George Papadopoulos describes —in crazy detail— why he believes a series of shady figures recorded him when he was he was working for the Trump campaign. Plus, why did so many foreign spooks want to buy him a drink? The answers to this and more in this episode of the Byron York show.

Talking with Mark Meadows about secret surveillance in the Trump-Russia investigation. Was there more than we know? Plus, what is the Grand Unified Theory of how it all started? And are we paying enough attention to John Brennan and the CIA?

John Dowd has much, much, much more to say about what was going on behind the scenes in the Trump-Russia investigation. Mueller, Manafort, Sessions, Rosenstein, Stone, collusion, Twitter, privilege, the press, and more.

John Dowd was President Trump’s lawyer during a critical time in the Mueller probe. Boy, was there a lot going on behind the scenes. A peek inside the epic battle of the presidency with the president’s attorney.

A talk with the House GOP’s top tax man, Kevin Brady.

How much wall–er, barrier–do we really need? Can Dems really stonewall the wall? And why did Trump dump on Paul Ryan in that White House meeting?

This week, Byron sits down with Sen. Rob Portman (R-OH). First up:  what kind of deal could break the Trump-Pelosi impasse? Plus: With the 2020 race underway, is Ohio still the nation’s key swing state? (Hint: Maybe not.) And: having voted for Mike Pence for president–yes, president–in 2016, will he vote to re-elect President Trump?

This week, Byron York is joined by Representative Jim Jordan (R-OH). He  discusses efforts to find out what really happened with the Trump dossier. Plus: Why being in the minority is a bummer and what Trump should do for the State of the Union.

In his debut podcast, Washington Examiner Chief Political Correspondent Byron York sits down with Devin Nunes to discuss the status of the House Intelligence Committee investigation into collusion, why the FISA applications ought to be declassified, when and if the the Mueller Report will be issued, and life in the minority.

The Byron York Show, an eponymous podcast hosted by Washington Examiner chief political correspondent and Fox News Contributor Byron York, will cover politics and personality from deep inside the swamp.