In This Episode
Republican leaders struggle to respond to Trump’s Nazi Dinner, Congress passes a bill to protect same-sex marriage as Washington gears up for a busy lame duck session, the GOP conducts a midterm autopsy, and White House Chief of Staff Ron Klain stops by to talk about Joe Biden’s plans for 2023.
NEWS ROUND UP
- WaPo: McConnell: Anyone meeting with antisemites is ‘unlikely to ever be elected president’
- FoxNews: Trump fires back at ‘loser’ McConnell, says Fuentes’ views ‘wouldn’t have been accepted’ if raised at dinner
- NYT: McCarthy Condemns White Supremacist, Stopping Short of Faulting Trump
- NPR: Republican leaders denounce Trump’s dinner with white nationalist Nick Fuentes PBS: We asked 57 Republican lawmakers if they condemn Trump’s dinner with Fuentes and Ye. Here’s what they said.
- NYT: Why it’s important to know more about Nick Fuentes.
- NYT: Jewish Allies Call Trump’s Dinner With Antisemites a Breaking Point
- WaPo: How a bipartisan group of senators got same-sex marriage protections passed
NYT: Same-Sex Marriage Bill Passes Senate After Bipartisan Breakthrough
- VanityFair: The Senate’s Same-Sex Marriage Vote Is Monumental—And Imperfect
- WH.gov: Statement from President Joe Biden on Bipartisan Senate Passage of the Respect for Marriage Act
- WaPo: Your guide to Congress’s lame duck session
- WaPo: The bigger the change in Congress, the busier the lame duck
- The Hill: Leaders haggle over lame-duck priorities
- Axios: Lame duck health care forecast
- ABC: What Congress is and isn’t likely to do in the lame duck session
- Politico: Congressional leaders pledge to avert rail strike, negotiate year-end spending deal
- WaPo: What you need to know about the threat of a rail strike and Congress
- Bloomberg: GOP’s Thune Sees Debt-Ceiling Hike as Vehicle for Budget Cuts
- AP: Republicans to conduct review after disappointing midterms
- VanityFair: Republicans Are Betting On The Same Old Losers To Save Their Party In 2024
- EzraKleinShow: These Political Scientists Surveyed 500,000 Voters
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