Herbert Hoover was the first president to be born and raised west of the Mississippi, and has the unfortunate legacy of having the stock market crash of 1929 and the following great depression during his single term in office. Salena Zito is joined this week by President Hoover’s great-granddaughter Margaret Hoover. Margaret is the president of the only GOP non-profit fighting for equal rights for the LGBT community, and a CNN contributor along with Salena.More
The Washington Examiner’s White House correspondents Gabby Morrongiello, Sarah Westwood, and Steven Nelson discuss what we can expect from the White House this week. Coming off of a tense week that had councils disbanded, advisers removed, and accusations of racism abound, what comes next from Trump is the question on everyone’s mind. Steve Bannon was Trump’s chief strategist, and now the President is running solo. Our correspondents share what they believe will happen next for the administration.More
200 days in how is Trump doing? The stock market is up, approval ratings are down, and job creation is healthy. David Drucker is filling in for Salena Zito this week, but there is plenty of political insight to be gained from a fellow Washington Examiner reporter. David is joined by Eric Felton of the Weekly Standard to discuss all of this and the latest polls.More
Salena is joined by guest Paul Sracic, Chair of Politics and International Relations at Youngstown State University. Being a political professor in Youngstown, Paul Sracic is the perfect guest to talk about President Trump’s rally in Youngstown, Ohio. “I think that with few exceptions, no president has done anywhere near what we’ve done in his first six months. Not even close,” Trump said at the rally. Paul and Salena dive right into the event and explain it all only on Examining Politics.More
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Jamie McIntyre gives analysis on the latest strategies for North Korea and Afghanistan.More
Politics editor Jim Antle and White House correspondent Sarah Westwood are on Examining Politics to give you a preview of the week ahead for the Trump administration. The White House will work to get the healthcare bill over the finish line while President Trump hits the road to promote his legislative agenda in friendly states. We will also see the White House press office shakeup continue to play out this week. Will it result in a more confrontational approach, especially related to the Russia investigation? Sarah Westwood breaks it down for Examining Politics.More