After one of the most tumultuous and historic years in American history, let’s end it on a positive note, and this episode is sure to inspire some confidence in you. First, we’ll dive into the mind of the notorious Russian leader with Steven Lee Myers, author of The New Tsar: The Rise and Reign of Vladimir Putin. The lovely Chenell then addresses issues of race and policing with Michael Eric Dyson, whose new book Tears We Cannot Stop is a must-read. Finally, possibly the greatest interview I’ve had the pleasure of conducting, I speak with Khizr Khan to discuss his book, An American Family. Happy holidays my friends, and we’ll see you in the new year.
The New South Defeats the Old South
Phew! That was a close one wasn’t it? Congrats to Doug Jones and welcome to the #Resistance. We brought in Teen Vogue’s Lauren Duca to discuss the defeat of Roy Moore and what it spells for Donald Trump’s presidency, as well as the sexism directed at Sen. Kristen Gillibrand. Our old pal Michael Grunwald comes by to gloat about his Jones prediction and discuss what he thinks it means for the GOP. Speaking of which, my favorite conservative David French makes his debut on the podcast to explain why the New South beat the Old South this week. Take a listen, follow, and share!
Donald Trump Used to Call Me…
Fernand chats with Norm Ornstein at the Miami Book Fair about his latest book, One Nation After Trump: A Guide for the Perplexed, the Disillusioned, the Desperate, and the Not-Yet Deported. Next up, former Health & Human Services Secretary and former University of Miami President Dr. Donna Shalala drops in to discuss the future of healthcare in America. Finally, our favorite dynamic duo, POLITICO Florida’s Marc Caputo and POLITICO Magazine’s Mike Grunwald stop in to talk and close out the show with a round of rapid fire.