Want even more #WashWeekPBS? Watch the Extra where the panel discussed allegations that Trump administration political appointees pushed the Department of Justice to drop a case against Trump ally Roger Stone and the latest news from the 2020 campaign trail.
The panel discussed the two opinions issued by the Supreme Court this week - upholding workplace protection for LGBTQ individuals and dismissing an attempt by President Donald Trump’s administration to disband the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program - and the significance of those rulings by a court considered relatively conservative.
This week has raised sharp new questions about voting access during a pandemic, after Georgia’s primaries were plagued by long lines and confusion. On this week’s Extra, the panel discussed how an election may unfold amid a pandemic.
The panel continued the conversation on the nationwide protests following the death of George Floyd, and discussed the potential relocation of the 2020 Republican National Convention from Charlotte, North Carolina.
The panel discussed running mate possibilities for former Vice President and presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden.
Panel: Dan Balz of The Washington Post, Ayesha Rascoe of NPR, Stephanie Ruhle of NBC News, Jonathan Swan of AXIOS
There are fewer than 6 months left until the 2020 presidential election. The panel discussed Joe Biden’s search for a running mate, the Trump campaign’s strategy to win during a pandemic, and the latest polling data.
Former vice president Joe Biden was under pressure this week after more reporting was published about a former staffer’s sexual assault allegation. The panel also discussed how the allegations might affect Biden’s vice presidential search and looked ahead to the key stories to follow next week.
The 2020 presidential race continues, largely in the background of the coronavirus pandemic. President Donald Trump has used his daily briefings in lieu of rallies, while former Vice President Joe Biden has appeared on local and late night shows and held virtual town halls from home. Also: who is Biden considering as a possible running mate?