On today’s podcast we talk a listener named Paul who lives in Virginia, but is currently living in Shanghai, China. We talk about what it’s like living in communist China in the time of coronavirus? How is the Chinese state media covering the pandemic, and covering the United States? We also get into what it’s like to live and work in a communist country, and how it feels to go through government mandated quarantine there.

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On the Friday video interview edition of the Daily Daily Caller Podcast we talk with President of Americans for Tax Reform Grover Norquist about how to go about reopening the economy. What are the lessons of the shutdown, will the regulations and laws that required being waived in order to speed up the response be put back in place, and what are the repercussions of spending trillions of dollars? Plus, we celebrate the 25th anniversary of passing the Contract with America in the House and talk about the lessons in the improbably 1994 GOP Congressional sweep for the 2020 election.

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On today’s show we discuss how Democratic leadership in the House of Representatives are canceling the session scheduled to start Monday, treating themselves as non-essential employees. Plus, bombshell new evidence comes out in the corrupt investigation of General Michael Flynn, and Joe Biden’s campaign is forced to cook up new talking points for Democrats as more corroboration comes to light to back up claims by former staffer Tara Reade.

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On today’s podcast we get into all things Joe Biden – the growing evidence supporting the sexual assault allegations by former staffer Tara Reade, Hillary Clinton’s endorsement, and whether or not his mind is still intact. Plus, we look at the lengths to which the media will go to deflect uncomfortable questions and defend him from anything.

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On today’s podcast we talk with Dr. Wilfred Reilly, professor of political science at Kentucky State University, about a piece he wrote about examining the data surrounding lockdowns and stay at home order. What he found was telling: not only did lockdowns not correlate with lower rates of infection and death, the opposite was true. We also discuss the “1619 Project,” an effort by the New York Times to rewrite American history to make it all about slavery, and Dr. Reilly’s involvement in the corresponding “1776 Project” to counter the lies from the Times. Wilfred Reilly’s latest book, “Taboo: 10 Facts (You Can’t Talk About),” is available now.

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On today’s show we discuss how the media, in the face of evidence from the time, continue to ignore the sexual assault allegations against Joe Biden. Plus, Nancy Pelosi can’t bring herself to give the President credit for anything and advocates for opening up prisons, Adam Schiff says if Republicans had voted to convict Trump during impeachment people wouldn’t have died of coronavirus, and Democrats start spreading paranoia about the President canceling the election.

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On today’s podcast we cover the perverse advice Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez gave to Americans, telling them not to return to work. We also discuss how the federal unemployment payment boost in the coronavirus response is causing people to want to be laid off, Congress passed another half-trillion dollar bill to fight the pandemic, the NFL holds their draft remotely, Stacey Abrams thinks Joe Biden owes black women a vice presidential pick, and the Democratic Party is punishing members who say nice things about President Trump.

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On today’s podcast we discuss the glee with which the media greeted a “study” by the Veteran’s Administration liberals claimed showed hydroxychloroquine was ineffective and even deadly in treating coronavirus. As always, there’s a lot more to the story. Also, was coronavirus in the US before anyone knew it, long before? Plus, the Senate passed another huge coronavirus spending bill, Nancy Pelosi blames the GOP for her delay, and New York Governor Andrew Cuomo pretty much tells New Yorkers that if they don’t like economic ruin they can just kill themselves.

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On today’s podcast we talk about the bad journalism that led to the reporting by CNN that North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un was clinging to life and how CNN celebrated Chris Cuomo’s emergence from quarantine while ignoring that he’d broken it a week before when he went to check out a mansion he’s building in the Hamptons and argued with an old guy on a bicycle. Then we talk to the Daily Wire’s Ashe Schow about the difference between how the media covered the sexual assault allegations against Joe Biden and Brett Kavanaugh.

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On today’s podcast we talk about the cries of racism from the media about coronavirus because they make everything about race and the crash of oil prices. Then we talk with radio host and best selling author Glenn Beck about his new book, “Arguing with Socialists” and all things coronavirus.

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On today’s podcast we explore the actions of the bumbling and overbearing Democratic Governor of Michigan Gretchen Whitmer with Republican State Senator and President Pro Tempore of the Michigan Senate Aric Nesbitt. From not being able to buy vegetable seeds but being free to buy weed, the state was thrown into a ball of confusion as Whitmer struggled to manage the situation.

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On the Friday video interview edition of the Daily Daily Caller Podcast we have an exclusive interview with Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn. We talk about Democrats obstructing the Paycheck Protection Plan, when and how to reopen the economy, how the United States has to respond to China’s deception with the coronavirus. Options discussed range from debt relief to reevaluating permanent normal trade relations with China and their membership in the World Trade Organization.

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On today’s podcast we talk with Sean Davis from The Federalist about his old boss, the late Senator Tom Coburn, how the predictive models for the coronavirus pandemic got it so wrong, and how to restart a national economy. Before we talk to Sean, we get into how New York added 3,700 coronavirus deaths in one day without any of those people actually dying that day, Democrats introduce a bill to pay everyone $2,000 per month, Rita Wilson complains about the side effects of chloroquine, one of which appears to be living through the virus to be able to complain about its side effects.

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On today’s podcast we talk with Republican National Committee national spokesperson Elizabeth Harrington about Republican’s reediness to campaign during a pandemic, how they’ll take on Joe Biden, and how the press finds new and creative ways to become worse and more biased.

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On today’s podcast we get into President Trump’s beatdown of the media at the Coronavirus Task Force briefing. We also expose how liberal journalists are desperately trying to drive a wedge between Dr. Anthony Fauci and the President. Then we talk to former top policy advisor to Vice President and Daily Caller co-founder Neil Patel about how lessons from 9/11 might apply to now.

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On today’s podcast we get into how the left is not allowing a pandemic and tens of thousands of deaths stand in the way of their PC agenda and identity politics.

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On the Friday interview edition of the Daily Daily Caller Podcast, we talk with best-selling author and columnist David Limbaugh about his brother Rush’s health, life in quarantine, the delicate balance of saving lives and economic collapse, the idea of Trump running against Joe Biden, how he came to love baseball again, and everything else under the sun.

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On today’s podcast we talk with Liz Sheld, senior editor at American Greatness, about everything happening in the political world. From Bernie Sanders dropping out, to how horribly the pandemic models got it so wrong and just how awful the activists media has become. It’s a fun and informative conversation.

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On today’s edition of the Daily Daily Caller Podcast we talk with award-winning film critic and proprietor of Hollywood In Toto Christian Toto about the best entertainment options in the time of self-quarantine and social distancing. We also cover the #MeToo hypocrisy of Alyssa Milano, the pros and cons of the incredible number of streaming services, will first-run movies at home be the death of theaters, and what quarantine life is like in Denver.

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On today’s podcast we discuss life in California during the coronavirus with author and Townhall senior columnist Kurt Schlichter. The retired Army Colonel updates us on how Californians are dealing with lockdown, reflects on his Army Reserves deployment during the LA riots, and we discuss how all levels of government are handling the pandemic. Plus, we discuss the importance of the Second Amendment in trying times, and the equal importance of knowing how to handle a weapon.

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