Roger Stone is our first repeat guest, as he joins us again after the election to talk about Donald Trump’s new task as the 45th President. Roger gives insight into his conversations between him and Trump, what he thinks about Trump’s picks for his cabinet, and how he thinks Trump will act on issues like foreign policy and immigration. He discusses the role of alternative media in the election, why regular people are responsible for his win, and why Roger thinks Trump will be a popular president.
Richard Spencer is the president of the National Policy Institute, a white nationalist think-tank that recently sponsored a conference in D.C. Although he doesn’t like the term white nationalist, you may find the view he puts forth in this interview to be reprehensible – Jamie Weinstein certainly does. But they had a candid conversation regarding Trump, the policies and beliefs that the alt-right holds, and more. Spencer talks about getting kicked off of Twitter, what he thinks about the Nazi salutes at his conference, and why he opposes violence.
In this episode, Jamie Weinstein talks with Arkansas Senator Tom Cotton. Senator Cotton was a Trump supporter during the campaign, and has spoken with Trump since the election. We discuss the first 100 days of a Trump presidency, how to bring conservatives together, and Senator Cotton’s time in the military.
Bill Mitchell is probably the number one Trump fan on Twitter. With over a hundred thousand followers, he regularly defends Trump and provides controversial opinions on polls, the state of the race, and more. In this interview we discuss what Bill thinks a Trump presidency would be like, why he thinks the mainstream polls are completely wrong, and why he is 100% certain that Trump will win on November 8th.
Jeffrey Lord is a correspondent for CNN, where he frequently defends Trump and his campaign. A conservative writer who was a member of the Reagan administration, Mr. Lord responds to criticisms that Never-Trumpers have of Mr. Trump, point by point. We also discuss the role of the media, his role at CNN, what happens post-election, and the Alt-Right.
Jason Selvig and Davram Stiefler are The Good Liars, a comedy duo that uses guerrilla-style comedy to make people think about politics and everyday issues. In this episode, we chat about their movie Undecided, how they attended rallies from all the major 2016 candidates, and how their “pranks” on the likes of Trump and Clinton were portrayed in the media.
Scott Carter has been Executive Producer for Real Time with Bill Maher for the past 14 years. He has a fascinating behind-the-scenes look at political types from all across the spectrum, from Kellyanne Conway to Christopher Hitchens. We chat about the current election, politics in Hollywood, and some of the best Real Time guests. Mr. Carter is also a playwright, and his play Discord has become a huge success for its take on religious beliefs, so we discuss the play as well as his career in general.
David Horowitz, the founder and president of the David Horowitz Freedom Center, has reinvented himself from a staunch communist and leftist to one of the most controversial conservative thinkers in America. In this podcast, we discuss his support of Trump and why he think Never-Trumpers are wrong, what he thinks The Left is doing to America, and his stance on the Middle East. We also dive into some questions about his career and legacy.
Ben Shapiro is a political pundit, author, and podcaster. He began as a teenage political commentator – he got his start in this business 15 years ago – and has written many books on many different political topics, some of which he wrote even before he attended Harvard Law. Ben is involved in politics in almost every way you can imagine without being a politician himself, and is an ardent Never Trump-er, but also an ardent Never Hillary-er. Today we discuss how Donald Trump won the Republican Primary, where the Republican Party will go if Donald Trump loses, and what will happen to Breitbart after the election.
Tomi Lahren is a political commentator and host of her own show for TheBlaze. She’s received millions of views for her Final Thoughts segment on social media, and also waded into controversy for her opinions on topics from race to immigration. Today we discuss Trump’s campaign, why she believes in American Exceptionalism, how she responds to her critics, and her career so far.