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SCOTUS Takes Trump Case, McConnell To Leave Leadership Post, Grim Gaza Milestone Up First 29 Feb 11:14
The Supreme Court will decide if Donald Trump is immune from prosecution for his official actions as president. Mitch McConnell plans to step down as Senate Republican leader at the end of the year. And the death toll in Gaza has surpassed 30,000.
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Michigan Votes; McConnell Vacates The NPR Politics Podcast 28 Feb 21:20
President Biden won the Michigan Democratic presidential primary Tuesday by a wide margin, despite a push by those upset by his administration's policies about the war in Gaza to vote uncommitted.
Meanwhile, former president Trump won the state's Republican presidential primary, as widely expected.
And, Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) announced he would leave his leadership position in November. He is...
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Michigan Results, Hunter Biden Testifies, Personhood Bills Up First 28 Feb 11:48
President Joe Biden celebrated an easy win in Tuesday's Michigan primary. But it came with a warning on Gaza. Hunter Biden testifies today in the House GOP impeachment probe into his father. And could the Alabama Supreme Court ruling that gave fertilized eggs the same rights as children spur other states to do the same?
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What’s REALLY Going On With Nikki Haley (Ep 2195) The Dan Bongino Show 26 Feb 15:05
In this episode, I discuss why Nikki Haley is still running for the 2024 presidential election despite her numbers 'WOMAN OF MY WORD' Nikki Haley vows she’s ‘not giving up fight’ despite crushing defeat to Donald Trump in South Carolina GOP primary 2024 Inside Mayor Adams’ migrant debit card boondoggle — no-bid bank will hand out thousands to border crossers Ukrainian efforts to sabotage...
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Whose House? Trump's House. The NPR Politics Podcast 25 Feb 04:33
Former President Donald Trump won the South Carolina Republican primary race in former governor Nikki Haley's own backyard. Trump won about 60 percent of the vote, answering the question--can Haley win at home?
This episode: White House correspondent Asma Khalid, presidential campaign correspondent Danielle Kurtzleben, and presidential campaign reporter Sarah McCammon.
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The Battle For The Base The NPR Politics Podcast 23 Feb 21:07
The South Carolina Republican primary is tomorrow. Former President Donald Trump is favored to win, but the contest will test how much appetite remains for a different Republican nominee. And how Republicans are reacting to last week's Alabama Supreme Court ruling that embryos created through IVF, are children under a state law.
This episode: political correspondent Susan Davis, presidential campaign correspondent Sarah McCammon,...
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Trump's Legal Challenges, Explained Fresh Air 22 Feb 19:37
Donald Trump faces 91 felony charges across four states and several lawsuits. The first of four criminal case trials is expected to start on March 25. We talk with reporter Alan Feuer who is part of the team at the New York Times.
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Nikki Haley Sharpens Attacks On Trump, Biden Impeachment Inquiry, Opioid Crisis Up First 22 Feb 10:59
Former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley is ramping up her attacks on former President Donald Trump. A key witness in the Republican-led impeachment inquiry against President Biden has been charged with lying about an alleged bribery scheme. A new study shows that nearly half of all American adults know someone who died from an overdose.
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Senate Races To Watch This Year The NPR Politics Podcast 21 Feb 21:42
This episode: Voting correspondent Miles Parks, political correspondent Susan Davis and senior political editor and correspondent Domenico Montanaro. West Virginia, Maryland, and Arizona could decide if Democrats keep their one-seat majority in the Senate.
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Let The Veepstakes Begin The NPR Politics Podcast 19 Feb 20:44
For most Republicans, it's former president Donald Trump who will be running mate. We break down what makes a good VP candidate, and who might be on the list.
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