Bernard Goldberg, author of the New York Times number one bestseller Bias, has won 14 Emmy awards for excellence in journalism at CBS News and, six Emmys at CBS, and eight more at HBO’s Real Sports. On today’s podcast, he talks with Matt about whether the media is giving Joe Biden a pass, how liberal bias helped create the rise of Donald Trump, and why cable news doesn’t do nuance.
im Miller, writer-at-large for the Bulwark and political director for Republican Voters Against Trump, talks about Joe Biden’s chances of winning the election, what his departure from Pod Save America taught him, why George Floyd changed Republican minds, and what we should think about “Anonymous.”
Justin Giboney, president of The And Campaign, talks about how faith was an important part of the Democratic National Convention.
Ramesh Ponnuru, senior editor for National Review magazine, a visiting fellow at the American Enterprise Institute, a columnist for Bloomberg View, joins our Zoom call. Topics include Trump’s chances in November, Joe Biden’s Tara Reade accusations, whether the GOP can hold the Senate, and what a post-Trump Republican Party might look like. *** Follow Matt Lewis […]
indy Li, supporter of Joe Biden, and a candidate to be a 2020 DNC delegate, talks with Matt about being abused by Bernie Bros, and why Biden should pick Kamala Harris as his running mate.
Steve Kornacki, National Political Correspondent for NBC News and MSNBC, talks about Joe Biden’s amazing turnaround–and why he’s poised to win the 2020 Democratic nomination.