Interview with 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Mayor Bill de Blasio on deportation raids in New York City; Interview with acting director of US Citizenship and Immigration Services Ken Cuccinelli on deportation raids; State of the Cartoonion on the
First, Jake talks with 2020 Democratic presidential candidate Mayor Bill de Blasio on the deportation raids in New York City, the Obama-Biden deportation rate, President Trump's tweets on progressive congresswomen and the electricity blackout in New York City. Next, Jake sits down with acting director of US Citizenship and Immigration Services Ken Cuccinelli on the condition of the detention centers at the border, the people targeted in the deportation raids and President Trump's tweets on progressive congresswomen. Then former Mayor Andrew Gillum, Amanda Carpenter, Rep. Nanette Barragan and Scott Jennings discuss the division in the Democratic caucus between Speaker Nancy Pelosi and Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, the deportation raids and the state of the detention facilities at the border. Finally, in this week's State of the Cartoonion, Jake looks at President Trump's reaction to the former UK ambassador calling President Trump "inept" and imagines who the new UK ambassador might be.
Interview with Michigan Rep. Justin Amash on his recent departure from the Republican Party; former Vice President Joe Biden on his 2020 campaign; a look at women in US sports and the World Cup
First, Jake Tapper sits down with Michigan Rep. Justin Amash to talk about leaving the Republican Party, his future as an independent and possible plans to run for president in 2020. Then, former Vice President Joe Biden's exclusive interview with CNN on his political record, and the future of his 2020 campaign. Next, former Rep. Mia Love, Scott Jennings, Jennifer Psaki and Abdul El-Sayed join Jake to talk about the 2020 primary race and Amash leaving the Republican Party. Finally, Jake sits down with sports analyst Christine Brennan to talk about the US national women's soccer team at the World Cup finals and the success that 15-year old Coco Gauff has had on the tennis court at Wimbledon.
Interview with Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper and CNN's Fareed Zakaria on President Trump's last minute Kim Jong Un meeting; Interview with 2020 Presidential candidate, Senator Amy Klobuchar on North Korea, Immigration, and Russian
First, Brianna Keilar, filling in for Jake, talks with Fareed Zakaria and Director James Clapper about President Trump's meeting with Chairman Kim Jong Un, his invitation to Kim Jong Un to Washington. Next, Brianna talks with 2020 Presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar about President Trump conducting foreign diplomacy by tweet, the idea that Russia could be behind the twitter bot attacks on fellow 2020 Democratic presidential contender Kamala Harris, and the most recent House Border bill. Next, Brianna talks to 2020 Presidential contender Julian Castro about President Trump's 'haphazard' approach to North Korea, potential immigration raids in 10 major cities, and the policy differences between himself and fellow Texan, 2020 democratic candidate Beto O'Rourke. Then, Bakari Sellers, David Urban, Mary Katharine Ham, and Jess McIntosh join Brianna to discuss President Trump's reaction to the 2020 Democratic debate, 2020 Democratic candidate Kamala Harris' performance at the debate, and the latest with President Trump's visit to North Korea. Finally, a look at how the USWNT is the latest sports team to make a a trip to the White House a political issue.
Interview with Vice President Mike Pence on escalating Iranian tensions and the crisis at the southern border; Interview with Rep. Adam Schiff on Democratic investigations; Interview with Julián Castro on the southern border.
First, Jake sits down with Vice President Mike Pence on the escalating tensions with Iran and President Trump's decision to pull back a retaliatory strike, as well as the conditions for migrant children at the border and his run for re-election with President Trump in 2020. Next, Jake talks with House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff about how President Trump is handling tensions with Iran and rising support within the Democratic caucus for impeachment proceedings. Then, Jake talks with 2020 presidential candidate Julián Castro about the conditions of detention centers and the need for Congress to pass funding to fix it. Then, Amanda Carpenter, Bakari Sellers, Rep. Pramila Jayapal and Rep. Michael Waltz join Jake on the panel to discuss the latest on the 2020 campaign trail.
Interview with South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg on his 2020 campaign for President; Interview with former Congressman Beto O'Rourke on his 2020 campaign for President; State of the Cartoonion on the 2020 candidates carpooling on the campaign trail.
First, Jake sits down with 2020 presidential candidate South Bend Mayor Pete Buttigieg on President Trump's willingness to accept foreign election interference, the latest tensions in Iran and starting a family in the White House. Next, Jake talks with former Congressman Beto O'Rourke of Texas about the crisis at the border, calls for impeachment against President Trump and his stalled poll numbers in the 2020 race. Then, Amanda Carpenter, former Gov. Jennifer Granholm, former Sen. Rick Santorum and Karen Finney join Jake on the panel to discuss the President's willingness to accept foreign help and the latest in the 2020 campaign. Finally, in this week's State of the Cartoonion, Jake imagines what would happen if Mayor Pete Buttigieg's idea of a 2020 carpool became reality.