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The New Abnormal

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Blunt truth and dark humor for a world in chaos. A Daily Beast podcast hosted by Danielle Moodie & Andy Levy. Tune in every Tuesday, Friday and Sunday. more

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This week on The New Abnormal, co-hosts Danielle Moodie and Andy Levy discuss why we should take Donald Trump’s latest statement on abortion with a grain of salt. Plus! Deputy Director of the ACLU Immigrants Rights Project Cody Wofsy fills us in on a... more

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The New Abnormal team has picked who they believe Donald Trump will select as his running mate. Plus! Andy Levy talks to CBS News correspondent Jonathan Vigliotti about his new book Before It's Gone: Stories From the Front Lines of Climate Change in ... more

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On this week's episode, hosts Danielle Moodie and Andy Levy don’t see any major publications or politicians taking Trump’s threats of retaliation seriously. Then, Mark Joseph Stern, a senior writer at Slate Magazine, joins the program to discuss an u... more

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4.6 out of 5 stars from 9.5k ratings
  • 3/12/24

    Good show. Love the interview with Robert Reich.

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    United Statesa month ago
  • Needs fact-checking.

    A lot of the legal takes aren’t even debatable - they’re just wrong. No, Obama would not have “won” in the courts regarding the stolen SCOTUS seat; it was long known that recess appointments were effectively legally invalid at that point, and there’s no mechanism to have magically forced McConnell to consider any SCOTUS appointment, let alone to approve it. On top of that, a right-wing 8-justice court would never have voted itself out of power by supporting some sort of novel legal claim. more

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    Auron Renouille
    United Statesa month ago
  • Undermining Style

    Ok discussions that quickly become exhausting due to Danielle’s f-bomb addiction. I get it, it’s ‘edgy and cool’ but it undermines any bit of sophistication that may present itself at any random moment.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Great conversation

    Found it because Danelle was on the Katire Phang show. Love it. Thank you.

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    mama hart77
    United States2 months ago
  • My morning go-to!

    A great team! I listen to every episode over my early morning coffee. It kick-starts my day!

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    United States2 months ago

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