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John King and his panel of well-sourced reporters bring you their latest scoops on the most important political stories of the day. A reporter with three decades of experience covering the White House, Congress and the campaign trail, King has interviewed presidents, politicians and voters. He explains what political stories matter, and why they matter to you.

Latest Episodes

Thursday, February 13, 2020: Trump Puts Executive Branch Independence Through a Stress Test

President Trump's post impeachment score settling rattles career prosecutors at the Justice Department, but gets mostly a shrug from Congressional Republicans. His former chief of staff says there is no one left at the White House who will challenge the President's rash behavior. Ahead of the Nevada caucuses: A new Spanish language ad from Pete Buttigieg, new immigration questions for Amy Klobuchar -- and a sharper tone as the Democratic campaign shifts west. And don't forget Michael Bloomberg. He isn't on the ballot in the first four contests. But he is spending heavily to boost his standing in the states that come later -- and he says there is clear proof he is the strongest Democratic contender. On Today's Panel: Julie Pace with Associated Press, NPR's Ayesha Rascoe, Karoun Demirjian with The Washington Post, and CNN's Abby Phillip Also on the program: CNN's Kaitlan Collins and Jeff Zeleny

37 MIN4 d ago
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Thursday, February 13, 2020: Trump Puts Executive Branch Independence Through a Stress Test

Wednesday, February 12, 2020: Sanders Edges Buttigieg in NH, Klobuchar Surges Past Biden & Warren

The 2020 Democrats are feeling the bern after Bernie Sanders wins Hampshire's first-in-the nation Presidential primary. It's clear proof he is the race's leading progressive, but the narrow victory suggests challenges ahead. Now it's on to Nevada. Latinos are a major force in that Democratic contest -- a giant test for two Midwestern moderates with a New Hampshire bounce but little support so far in communities of color: Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar. And President Trump brazenly shows us his post-impeachment lesson: Purging key witnesses from their government jobs, and now pushing the Justice Department to help his convicted ally, Roger Stone. Democrats on Capitol Hill say it is an outrage; Republicans prefer not to talk about it On Today's panel: Jackie Kucinich with The Daily Beast, CNN's Phil Mattingly, Michael Shear with The New York Times, and Francesca Chambers with McClatchy Also on the program: CNN's Jeff Zeleny, Sara Murray, and Many Raju

37 MIN4 d ago
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Wednesday, February 12, 2020: Sanders Edges Buttigieg in NH, Klobuchar Surges Past Biden & Warren

Wednesday, February 12, 2020: Sanders Edges Buttigieg in NH, Klobuchar Surges Past Biden & Warren

The 2020 Democrats are feeling the bern after Bernie Sanders wins Hampshire's first-in-the nation Presidential primary. It's clear proof he is the race's leading progressive, but the narrow victory suggests challenges ahead. Now it's on to Nevada. Latinos are a major force in that Democratic contest -- a giant test for two Midwestern moderates with a New Hampshire bounce but little support so far in communities of color: Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar. And President Trump brazenly shows us his post-impeachment lesson: Purging key witnesses from their government jobs, and now pushing the Justice Department to help his convicted ally, Roger Stone. Democrats on Capitol Hill say it is an outrage; Republicans prefer not to talk about it On Today's panel: Jackie Kucinich with The Daily Beast, CNN's Phil Mattingly, Michael Shear with The New York Times, and Francesca Chambers with McClatchy Also on the program: CNN's Jeff Zeleny, Sara Murray, and Many Raju

36 MIN5 d ago
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Wednesday, February 12, 2020: Sanders Edges Buttigieg in NH, Klobuchar Surges Past Biden & Warren

Tuesday, February 11, 2020: Voters Finally Having Their Say in New Hampshire

The nation's first presidential primary is under way today. How will New Hampshire reshape the race? Bernie Sanders is looking to emerge as the clear progressive favorite, and two Midwesterners -- Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar -- are competing for momentum in the moderate lane. Joe Biden is heading to South Carolina before the polls close, which speaks volumes about his New Hampshire expectations. And, not to be outdone, President Trump shows up in Manchester for a rally of his own, hoping to flip New Hampshire in 2020. Today's panel: Toluse Olorunnipa with The Washington Post, POLITICO's Laura Barron-Lopez and Heather Caygle, and CNN's Vivian Salama Also on the program: Lisa Lerer with The New York Times, and CNN's Ryan Nobles, Sara Murray, Athena Jones

38 MIN6 d ago
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Tuesday, February 11, 2020: Voters Finally Having Their Say in New Hampshire

Monday, February 10, 2020: Candidates Barnstorm New Hampshire

President Trump new budget arrives on Capitol Hill. It will never pass, but it's sure to be a campaign year flashpoint. It includes deficit spending well past when candidate Trump promised to erase all red ink, and Democrats say it proposes heartless cuts to food stamps and education. The day before the New Hampshire primary our final CNN tracking poll shows a two-way race for first between Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg. It also shows Amy Klobochar making a final weekend move. Can she make a statement by running stronger than the struggling Joe Biden? The President is in New Hampshire tonight, too, for his first post-impeachment rally. We'll hear from his GOP challenger, former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld insists his GOP primary challenge is not a fool's errand. Today's panel: CNN's Manu Raju, Julie Hirschfeld Davis with the New York Times, Melanie Zanona Politico, Olivier Knox with Sirius XM Also on the program: CNN's Barbara Starr and Kaitlan Collins

37 MIN1 w ago
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Monday, February 10, 2020: Candidates Barnstorm New Hampshire

Sunday, February 9, 2020: The Democratic Race Comes to New Hampshire

Democrats look past the chaotic Iowa caucuses to New Hampshire, with a new CNN poll showing Sanders and Buttigieg leading the pack. Can Joe Biden survive another weak showing, or can his campaign turn things around? Plus, with his acquittal in hand, President Trump is in the mood for some impeachment payback. Today's panel: Catherine Lucey of the Wall Street Journal, Michael Shear of the New York Times, Toluse Olorunnipa of the Washington Post, and the Daily Beast's Jackie Kucinich. Plus CNN's Jeff Zeleny live on the ground in Manchester, New Hampshire

40 MIN1 w ago
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Sunday, February 9, 2020: The Democratic Race Comes to New Hampshire

Friday, February 7, 2020: Trump Touts New Jobs Numbers & Iowa Doubts Drag On

Another boost for President Trump's re-election hopes: The economy keeps roaring in 2020 with 225,000 new jobs added last month. It's debate night in New Hampshire. The primary is Tuesday and the stakes are huge-especially for the candidates who underperformed in Iowa. And Iowa's Democratic party says it's finally done counting. But with questions lingering over the results, officials extend the deadline for candidates to challenge the caucuses. The two leaders, Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders, say it is time to move on. Today's panel: CNN's Kaitlan Collins, Karoun Demirjian and Toluse Olorunnipa with The Washington Post and Jackie Kucinich with The Daily Beast Also on the program: CNN's Ryan Nobles and Jeff Zeleny

37 MIN1 w ago
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Friday, February 7, 2020: Trump Touts New Jobs Numbers & Iowa Doubts Drag On

Thursday, February 6, 2020: Trump's "celebration" of his acquittal

Today's program was cut short by the president's remarks on his impeachment acquittal. You'll hear our panel talking about the president's attacks on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi this morning at the National Prayer Breakfast, and Speaker Pelosi's critical response in her press conference. Today's panel: CNN's Nia-Malika Henderson, John Harwood, Phil Mattingly, and POLITICO's Laura Barron Lopez. Kaitlan Collins also joins us from the White House.

11 MIN1 w ago
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Thursday, February 6, 2020: Trump's "celebration" of his acquittal

Wednesday, February 5, 2020: Impeachment Verdict Day & Iowa Chaos Continues

One by one, Senators get their final say ahead of the final vote on the articles of impeachment -- with President Trump poised to claim victory and vindication. The election-year State of the Union puts Washington's raw partisan mood on full display. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi rips up the President's speech when he's done. And the 2020 campaign moves on to New Hampshire with the candidates still unsure who won Iowa. Unfortunately for Joe Biden, we know who came in fourth. Today's panel: CNN's Vivian Salama, Olivier Knox with Sirius XM, Paul Kane with The Washington Post, and Lisa Lerer with The New York Times. Also on the program: CNN's Manu Raju

38 MIN1 w ago
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Wednesday, February 5, 2020: Impeachment Verdict Day & Iowa Chaos Continues

Tuesday, Febrary 4, 2020: Chaos caucus in Iowa

In what is supposed to be a defining day in the 2020 presidential campaign, we are left with an uncertain mess. The candidates, now in New Hampshire ahead of next week's primary, not knowing if they're winners or losers due to technical issues with the count. Iowa's Democratic party, holding a conference call with the campaigns this hour, says delayed caucus results should come later today. In the meantime, frustration, anger and plenty of spin from the candidates. And President Trump, hoping to look past impeachment and ahead to the 2020 election in tonight's State of the Union speech. Today's panel: Seung Min Kim and Rachael Bade with The Washington Post, Julie Pace with the Associate Press, and Julie Hirschfeld Davis with The New York Times. Also on the program: CNN's Leyla Santago and Jeff Zeleny.

38 MIN1 w ago
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Tuesday, Febrary 4, 2020: Chaos caucus in Iowa

Latest Episodes

Thursday, February 13, 2020: Trump Puts Executive Branch Independence Through a Stress Test

President Trump's post impeachment score settling rattles career prosecutors at the Justice Department, but gets mostly a shrug from Congressional Republicans. His former chief of staff says there is no one left at the White House who will challenge the President's rash behavior. Ahead of the Nevada caucuses: A new Spanish language ad from Pete Buttigieg, new immigration questions for Amy Klobuchar -- and a sharper tone as the Democratic campaign shifts west. And don't forget Michael Bloomberg. He isn't on the ballot in the first four contests. But he is spending heavily to boost his standing in the states that come later -- and he says there is clear proof he is the strongest Democratic contender. On Today's Panel: Julie Pace with Associated Press, NPR's Ayesha Rascoe, Karoun Demirjian with The Washington Post, and CNN's Abby Phillip Also on the program: CNN's Kaitlan Collins and Jeff Zeleny

37 MIN4 d ago
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Thursday, February 13, 2020: Trump Puts Executive Branch Independence Through a Stress Test

Wednesday, February 12, 2020: Sanders Edges Buttigieg in NH, Klobuchar Surges Past Biden & Warren

The 2020 Democrats are feeling the bern after Bernie Sanders wins Hampshire's first-in-the nation Presidential primary. It's clear proof he is the race's leading progressive, but the narrow victory suggests challenges ahead. Now it's on to Nevada. Latinos are a major force in that Democratic contest -- a giant test for two Midwestern moderates with a New Hampshire bounce but little support so far in communities of color: Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar. And President Trump brazenly shows us his post-impeachment lesson: Purging key witnesses from their government jobs, and now pushing the Justice Department to help his convicted ally, Roger Stone. Democrats on Capitol Hill say it is an outrage; Republicans prefer not to talk about it On Today's panel: Jackie Kucinich with The Daily Beast, CNN's Phil Mattingly, Michael Shear with The New York Times, and Francesca Chambers with McClatchy Also on the program: CNN's Jeff Zeleny, Sara Murray, and Many Raju

37 MIN4 d ago
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Wednesday, February 12, 2020: Sanders Edges Buttigieg in NH, Klobuchar Surges Past Biden & Warren

Wednesday, February 12, 2020: Sanders Edges Buttigieg in NH, Klobuchar Surges Past Biden & Warren

The 2020 Democrats are feeling the bern after Bernie Sanders wins Hampshire's first-in-the nation Presidential primary. It's clear proof he is the race's leading progressive, but the narrow victory suggests challenges ahead. Now it's on to Nevada. Latinos are a major force in that Democratic contest -- a giant test for two Midwestern moderates with a New Hampshire bounce but little support so far in communities of color: Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar. And President Trump brazenly shows us his post-impeachment lesson: Purging key witnesses from their government jobs, and now pushing the Justice Department to help his convicted ally, Roger Stone. Democrats on Capitol Hill say it is an outrage; Republicans prefer not to talk about it On Today's panel: Jackie Kucinich with The Daily Beast, CNN's Phil Mattingly, Michael Shear with The New York Times, and Francesca Chambers with McClatchy Also on the program: CNN's Jeff Zeleny, Sara Murray, and Many Raju

36 MIN5 d ago
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Wednesday, February 12, 2020: Sanders Edges Buttigieg in NH, Klobuchar Surges Past Biden & Warren

Tuesday, February 11, 2020: Voters Finally Having Their Say in New Hampshire

The nation's first presidential primary is under way today. How will New Hampshire reshape the race? Bernie Sanders is looking to emerge as the clear progressive favorite, and two Midwesterners -- Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar -- are competing for momentum in the moderate lane. Joe Biden is heading to South Carolina before the polls close, which speaks volumes about his New Hampshire expectations. And, not to be outdone, President Trump shows up in Manchester for a rally of his own, hoping to flip New Hampshire in 2020. Today's panel: Toluse Olorunnipa with The Washington Post, POLITICO's Laura Barron-Lopez and Heather Caygle, and CNN's Vivian Salama Also on the program: Lisa Lerer with The New York Times, and CNN's Ryan Nobles, Sara Murray, Athena Jones

38 MIN6 d ago
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Tuesday, February 11, 2020: Voters Finally Having Their Say in New Hampshire

Monday, February 10, 2020: Candidates Barnstorm New Hampshire

President Trump new budget arrives on Capitol Hill. It will never pass, but it's sure to be a campaign year flashpoint. It includes deficit spending well past when candidate Trump promised to erase all red ink, and Democrats say it proposes heartless cuts to food stamps and education. The day before the New Hampshire primary our final CNN tracking poll shows a two-way race for first between Bernie Sanders and Pete Buttigieg. It also shows Amy Klobochar making a final weekend move. Can she make a statement by running stronger than the struggling Joe Biden? The President is in New Hampshire tonight, too, for his first post-impeachment rally. We'll hear from his GOP challenger, former Massachusetts governor Bill Weld insists his GOP primary challenge is not a fool's errand. Today's panel: CNN's Manu Raju, Julie Hirschfeld Davis with the New York Times, Melanie Zanona Politico, Olivier Knox with Sirius XM Also on the program: CNN's Barbara Starr and Kaitlan Collins

37 MIN1 w ago
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Monday, February 10, 2020: Candidates Barnstorm New Hampshire

Sunday, February 9, 2020: The Democratic Race Comes to New Hampshire

Democrats look past the chaotic Iowa caucuses to New Hampshire, with a new CNN poll showing Sanders and Buttigieg leading the pack. Can Joe Biden survive another weak showing, or can his campaign turn things around? Plus, with his acquittal in hand, President Trump is in the mood for some impeachment payback. Today's panel: Catherine Lucey of the Wall Street Journal, Michael Shear of the New York Times, Toluse Olorunnipa of the Washington Post, and the Daily Beast's Jackie Kucinich. Plus CNN's Jeff Zeleny live on the ground in Manchester, New Hampshire

40 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Sunday, February 9, 2020: The Democratic Race Comes to New Hampshire

Friday, February 7, 2020: Trump Touts New Jobs Numbers & Iowa Doubts Drag On

Another boost for President Trump's re-election hopes: The economy keeps roaring in 2020 with 225,000 new jobs added last month. It's debate night in New Hampshire. The primary is Tuesday and the stakes are huge-especially for the candidates who underperformed in Iowa. And Iowa's Democratic party says it's finally done counting. But with questions lingering over the results, officials extend the deadline for candidates to challenge the caucuses. The two leaders, Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders, say it is time to move on. Today's panel: CNN's Kaitlan Collins, Karoun Demirjian and Toluse Olorunnipa with The Washington Post and Jackie Kucinich with The Daily Beast Also on the program: CNN's Ryan Nobles and Jeff Zeleny

37 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Friday, February 7, 2020: Trump Touts New Jobs Numbers & Iowa Doubts Drag On

Thursday, February 6, 2020: Trump's "celebration" of his acquittal

Today's program was cut short by the president's remarks on his impeachment acquittal. You'll hear our panel talking about the president's attacks on House Speaker Nancy Pelosi this morning at the National Prayer Breakfast, and Speaker Pelosi's critical response in her press conference. Today's panel: CNN's Nia-Malika Henderson, John Harwood, Phil Mattingly, and POLITICO's Laura Barron Lopez. Kaitlan Collins also joins us from the White House.

11 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Thursday, February 6, 2020: Trump's "celebration" of his acquittal

Wednesday, February 5, 2020: Impeachment Verdict Day & Iowa Chaos Continues

One by one, Senators get their final say ahead of the final vote on the articles of impeachment -- with President Trump poised to claim victory and vindication. The election-year State of the Union puts Washington's raw partisan mood on full display. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi rips up the President's speech when he's done. And the 2020 campaign moves on to New Hampshire with the candidates still unsure who won Iowa. Unfortunately for Joe Biden, we know who came in fourth. Today's panel: CNN's Vivian Salama, Olivier Knox with Sirius XM, Paul Kane with The Washington Post, and Lisa Lerer with The New York Times. Also on the program: CNN's Manu Raju

38 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Wednesday, February 5, 2020: Impeachment Verdict Day & Iowa Chaos Continues

Tuesday, Febrary 4, 2020: Chaos caucus in Iowa

In what is supposed to be a defining day in the 2020 presidential campaign, we are left with an uncertain mess. The candidates, now in New Hampshire ahead of next week's primary, not knowing if they're winners or losers due to technical issues with the count. Iowa's Democratic party, holding a conference call with the campaigns this hour, says delayed caucus results should come later today. In the meantime, frustration, anger and plenty of spin from the candidates. And President Trump, hoping to look past impeachment and ahead to the 2020 election in tonight's State of the Union speech. Today's panel: Seung Min Kim and Rachael Bade with The Washington Post, Julie Pace with the Associate Press, and Julie Hirschfeld Davis with The New York Times. Also on the program: CNN's Leyla Santago and Jeff Zeleny.

38 MIN1 w ago
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Tuesday, Febrary 4, 2020: Chaos caucus in Iowa
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