Americans are preparing for the economic and public health consequences of the COVID-19 outbreak. As Congress deliberates on a third aid package after passing a bill signed by President Donald Trump this week, the panelists discussed how the U.S. government is responding to the outbreak.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is surging in what is now essentially a two-candidate race with Sen. Bernie Sanders. The panelists discussed the Democratic primary and how the Trump administration is handling COVID-19.
Tonight on a special, one-hour edition of “Washington Week,” the panelists discussed the South Carolina primary, the fourteen states voting on Super Tuesday and the federal government’s response to the novel coronavirus outbreak.
President Trump moved to overhaul his national security team and clashed with his Department of Justice over the sentencing guidelines for his longtime confidante Roger Stone. The panel discussed the president’s tightening grip on the executive branch and the Nevada caucus.
After recently being acquitted of impeachment in the Senate, President Trump is moving to protect his friends and punish his foes. The panelists discussed the firestorm at the Justice Department. The conversation later turned to the latest in the 2020 presidential race ahead of upcoming primaries in Nevada and South Carolina.
President Donald Trump’s acquittal on both impeachment charges marked the beginning of a new season of deep partisan tensions. The delay of Monday’s Iowa caucus results caused chaos on the campaign trail. The panelists discussed the story behind the President’s acquittal and how the Democratic presidential candidates responded to the delayed Iowa results.
The Senate voted not to hear from witnesses in the impeachment trial of President Trump, caping a week of intense debate. The panel discussed why Senate Republicans stuck by the president. And the Iowa caucus kicks off the democratic primary season.