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The Lincoln Project

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Trump may be gone but American politics is still in crisis. The Lincoln Project has sparked a nationwide movement to restore our democracy. This podcast is hosted by co-founder Reed Galen and he is regularly joined by our political experts and guests that helped defeat Trump and continue the mission to stamp out Trumpism and the seditionists who backed him. The podcast discusses today’s political challenges, our vision for the future and how all Americans can be part of our pro-democracy movement.

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Latest Episodes

Host Reed Galen is joined by Clint Watts (National Security Analyst and President & CEO of Miburo Solutions) to discuss Russia/Ukraine - including the strategies Russia is likely to deploy and how the Ukrainians can continue to successfully defend th... more

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Host Reed Galen is joined by Senator Mallory McMorrow, a Democratic member of the Michigan State Senate representing Michigan’s 13th District. They discuss the importance of Sen. McMorrow’s now viral speech in which she took to the Senate floor to de... more

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Host Reed Galen is joined by Author and Contributing Writer at The Atlantic Tom Nichols to discuss the implications of and the political landscape surrounding last week’s leaked Supreme Court draft opinion on overturning Roe v. Wade. Plus, Tom gives ... more

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Reviews

4.5 out of 5 stars from 5.6k ratings
  • Zero Credibility

    Reed and Co have become a joke. I’m embarrassed for this group of tools.

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    CoalBanger
    United States16 days ago
  • Elise Jordan

    Great conversation with Elise. GOP is horrible and anti-authoritarian. It is unfortunate the progressives do not care and live in their own bubbles. The fact that someone in the progressive caucus did a response to Biden’s SOTU was performative and unhelpful, to put it mildly.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    THF Seattle
    United Statesa month ago
  • great podcast.

    Castbox
    Gerry Massey
    a month ago
  • What to do

    This has nothing to do with your wonderful podcast. I just had to tell someone about this. I live in Brazoria Co Tx. I put a Beto sign on out fence line this morning This afternoon I got a visit from a neighbor who told me that they were vandalized after putting a sign like mine up. What can I do about this.

    Apple Podcasts
    5
    Thatisvaliant
    United Statesa month ago
  • Created the situation we’re in but now don’t like it

    These guys all worked assiduously over decades (and were highly compensated) to create a dysfunctional political reality that rewarded violent and anti-democratic tendencies on the right. But NOW it’s gone too far and they, personally, have some misgivings, as democracy in the United States burns down around us. Do they want us to thank them for finally recognizing how wrong they were?

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    Beserker9289
    United Statesa month ago

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