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As congressional leaders return from their summer recess, the panelists previewed what lawmakers’ priorities could look like this fall, including funding for a border wall and a fight over firearms.
The panelists discussed President Donald Trump's battle over the border wall and his ongoing trade war with China. And after the Democratic presidential field narrowed this week, the conversation later turned to the latest developments in the 2020 presidential race.
As the trade war with China continues, the panelists discussed the latest developments with President Donald Trump and the economy. The conversation also looked ahead to what could come next in the gun control debate.
In the wake of bearish economic indicators, the panelists discussed President Donald Trump’s trade war with China, unrest in Hong Kong, and the implications of a potentially weakening economy on the 2020 presidential race. The panel then turned to the president's call on Israel this week to block a visit by two minority female lawmakers, saying it would show "great weakness."
After 31 people died in mass shootings in El Paso, Texas and Dayton, Ohio last weekend, the panelists discussed President Donald Trump's response, criticism from Democrats, and what type of gun control legislation could possibly come next. The conversation later turned to the shakeup with the administration's director of national intelligence.
After the 2020 Democratic candidates squared off on the debate stage over two nights in Detroit, the panelists shared insight and analysis on the contenders’ performances and the direction of the party. The conversation later turned to the impact of the latest economic news in the wake of interest rate cuts and ongoing trade wars.
After former special counsel Robert Mueller testified on Capitol Hill this week, the panelists discussed possible next steps for Democrats in Congress and the future of election security in the wake of Russian election interference. The conversation also turned to the latest economic news and the federal budget deal.