TALKING FEDS is a roundtable discussion that brings together prominent former government officials, journalists, and special guests for a dynamic and in-depth analysis of the most pressing questions in law and politics.
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Laura Coates, David Jolly, and Jen Rubin join Harry to analyze the legal nooses tightening around Donald Trump. The Manhattan DA investigation stalled on the very precipice of bringing criminal, but while the internal workings in that office were ins... more
It was a week when things got real: Fromer President Donald Trump prepared to be arrested on charges in New York City, a first in US history; the DeSantis-Trump squabbling came suddenly to unnerve Ukraine and the EU and threaten the U.S’s future supp... more
It was a week when you could feel the vibrations of coming battles all over: the first ever indictment of a former President; Fox staring down the barrel of a jury trial in Dominion’s $1.6 billion defamation suit; the schism between R elites, who fav... more
It’s such a great and informative show, that it’s a shame you can’t find a more less destructive sponsor.
I think I’ve finally figured out the method to harry litman’s madness, who seems otherwise sane when doing hits on TV programs. So long as he’s not in fear for his life, in the throes of making plans to resettle his family overseas because the US is a failing democracy, he will entertain guests on his show like Maggie Haberman and Josh Marshall who trumpet the mad wanna-be-king’s supposed greatness. Who in their right mind (besides Marshall) thinks a sadistic, lying, manipulative, conman, thief,... more
Love the show. As a sober alcoholic I really dislike your pushing booze, alcohol is more destructive to our safety and society than any other single substance. You can do better and I wish you would do so. A constant and supportive fan.
Interesting liberal political analysis with a variety of guests. Would recommend.
We don’t have the whole story yet for this killing. I just learned that a similar killing here in my own little town of Fletcher NC of a white man with children has been ruled a homicide by the police too. How many cases are there? And heaven only knows how many there have been over the years. Sad. America is a violent, violent culture. Killing is the answer to our every question. more
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Talking Feds launched 4 years ago and published 235 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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