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Media Push Raymond Kethledge’s Inevitability

Judge Raymond Kethledge is being increasingly portrayed as the “consensus” or “compromise” candidate for the Supreme Court in media descriptions of President Donald Trump’s decision making process, suggesting his inevitability despite concerns over such a pick among Trump’s base.

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Pompeo Hints at Trump-Putin Summit in the ‘Not-too-distant Future’

Saturday on MSNBC’s “The Hugh Hewitt Show,” Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was asked about the possibilities of a meeting between President Donald Trump and Russian President Vladimir Putin. Pompeo said there were some efforts underway for in-person communication between

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Missouri AG Josh Hawley: Congress Went Soft on Facebook’s Zuckerberg

Saturday on Hugh Hewitt’s MSNBC show, Missouri Attorney General Josh Hawley, the Republican U.S. Senate candidate running against incumbent Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO), criticized Congress for being too “soft” on Silicon Valley. Hawley has initiated an investigation into Google for

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H.R. McMaster Gives Interview to Hugh Hewitt, Not Asked About Recent Purge

National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster gave an interview to Hugh Hewitt, a conservative member of the establishment, on Saturday morning amid attacks from the president’s conservative base. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgBu08ADi78 McMaster was asked about nearly every major national security issue that’s made headlines

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Left-Wing Activist Praises MSNBC’s ‘Moderate’ Hugh Hewitt

Last month on MTP Daily, a left-wing activist from the Center for American Progress praised MSNBC’s “moderate” Hugh Hewitt. Host Chuck Todd grinned, acting as if that is why Hewitt is at MSNBC in the first place, as Daniella Gibbs

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Scaramucci: ‘Probably Right’ to Say Trump Wants Sessions Gone

On Tuesday’s “Hugh Hewitt Show,” White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci stated that President Trump probably wants Attorney General Jeff Sessions out of office. Host Hugh Hewitt asked, “Why not just fire Jeff Sessions?” Scaramucci answered, “Well, listen, I mean,

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Dem Rep Ryan: Dems Get ‘Too Focused’ on the Minimum Wage

Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) believed his party gets “too focused” on the minimum wage issue when they need to focus more on the working class. “[T]his is a criticism that I have, that we get too focused on the minimum