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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.

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Monday, November 18, 2019: A Giant Week Ahead for the Public Impeachment Hearings

***NOTE** INSIDE POLITICS IS PRE-EMPTED TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND THURSDAY THIS WEEK DUE TO THE IMPEACHMENT HEARINGS. Eight witnesses appearing this week include White House aides who were alarmed by the President's Ukraine dealings and the donor turned ambassador who is described as the President's point man in pushing Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden. And House Democrats are now investigating whether the President lied in his written answers to Robert Mueller. Plus, this new wrinkle: Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the President is welcome to testify in his own defense, in person or in writing. He says he likes the idea, and will consider it. And it's debate week for the 2020 Democrats. Mayor Pete Buttiegieg is now leading the pack in Iowa. Today's panel: Vivian Salama with the Wall Street Journal, Michael Shear with the New York Times, CNN's Jeff Zeleny, and POLITICO's Heather Caygle

36 MIN3 d ago
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Monday, November 18, 2019: A Giant Week Ahead for the Public Impeachment Hearings

Sunday, November 17, 2019: Sondland Under Scrutiny After Dramatic Impeachment Testimony

A week of damning impeachment testimony brings the Ukraine scandal closer than ever to President Trump - and raises the stakes for embattled EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland ahead of his Wednesday testimony. Plus, the fight for public opinion - the president slams the impeachment process as yet another witch hunt, while Democrats say he may be guilty of bribery, obstruction of justice, and witness intimidation. And a major shift in Iowa - our new CNN/Des Moines Register poll shows Mayor Pete Buttigieg emerging as the clear frontrunner. But can he translate that momentum into gains in other states? Today's panel: CNN's Nia-Malika Henderson, Michael Bender of the Wall Street Journal, Karoun Demirjian of the Washington Post, and Julie Hirschfeld Davis of the New York Times.

38 MIN4 d ago
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Sunday, November 17, 2019: Sondland Under Scrutiny After Dramatic Impeachment Testimony

Tuesday, November 12, 2019: Dems & GOP Gear Up for First Public Impeachment Testimony

(Note: No more Inside Politics podcasts for the remainder of this week due to special impeachment coverage) President Trump attacks the witnesses ahead of tomorrow's Testimony, saying they're relying on second and third hand information. Democrats say they will prove the President's abuse of power. Plus, Dreamers and the Supreme Court: The justices hear arguments about whether to embrace or reject President Trump's decision to end Obama-era protections for younger undocumented immigrants. And Joe Biden listens to a 2020 rival and hears elitism... but says he's not really talking about Elizabeth Warren. Today's panel: Julie Pace with the Associated Press, CNN's Jeff Zeleny, Toluse Olorunnipa with The Washington Post, and Julie Hirschfeld Davis with The New York Times Also on the program: CNN's Phil Mattingly, Joan Biskupic and Shimon Prokupecz

36 MIN1 w ago
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Tuesday, November 12, 2019: Dems & GOP Gear Up for First Public Impeachment Testimony

Monday, November 11, 2019: A Critical New Impeachment Chapter Ahead

Democrats and Republicans prepare for public impeachment hearings starting this week, plus a rare holiday court hearing to help determine if the President's chief of staff and former national security adviser can be compelled to testify. The President draws a line for fellow Republicans: Do not say the Ukraine quid pro quo was wrong, but doesn't warrant impeachment. But some Republicans are already making that case. And Joe Biden takes voter questions in Iowa. Tonight's CNN Town Hall comes as the former Vice President holds a strong national polling position but struggles some in the early states. Today's panel: Margaret Talev with Axios, Carl Hulse with The New York Times, POLITICO's Laura Barrón-López, and Rachael Bade with The Washington Post Also on the program: CNN's Lauren Fox

36 MIN1 w ago
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Monday, November 11, 2019: A Critical New Impeachment Chapter Ahead

Sunday, November 10, 2019: The Impeachment Inquiry Goes Public

The impeachment inquiry goes public with the first round of open hearings this week. It comes as top administration aides are refusing to testify - and looking to the courts to intervene. Will Democrats be able to make the case that President Trump abused his office - and what will the Republican defense be? Plus, a 2020 wildcard - Michael Bloomberg thinks the Democrats already in the race can't beat President Trump, and could shake things up with a late entry. Today's panel: the AP's Julie Pace, Michael Shear of the New York Times, CNN's Abby Phillip, and Jackie Kucinich of the Daily Beast.

40 MIN1 w ago
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Sunday, November 10, 2019: The Impeachment Inquiry Goes Public

Friday, November 8, 2019: Trump Rails on Impeachment as Dems Release More Transcripts

A combative President Trump answers reporters' questions at the White House -- his tone reflecting the high stakes now that public impeachment hearings are just days away. And House Democrats release closed-door testimony from two more key impeachment witnesses. Plus, the President's Chief of Staff defies an impeachment subpoena. The President says letting Mick Mulvaney testify would legitimize the inquiry. Democrats say it is more obstruction, and insist Mulvaney is central to the Ukraine quid pro quo. And Michael Bloomberg is once again flirting with a 2020 Presidential bid. Many Democrats scoff, but team Bloomberg sees an opening amid a vulnerable field. On today's panel: Melanie Zanona with POLITICO, CNN's Jeff Zeleny, Michael Shear with The New York Times, and Asma Khalid with NPR Also on today's program: CNN's Manu Raju and Sarah Westwood

41 MIN1 w ago
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Friday, November 8, 2019: Trump Rails on Impeachment as Dems Release More Transcripts

Thursday, November 7, 2019: Pence Aide Who Heard Trump's July 25 Testifies

A crack in the White House impeachment wall: An aide to Vice President Pence who was central to Ukraine policy honors a subpoena and is testifying on Capitol Hill this hour. Plus, Bernie Sanders looks to make a 2020 move: A new immigration plan today, and clear strategy on health care: Keep the peace with Elizabeth Warren, but poke Joe Biden. And, we answer some of the impeachment questions submitted by viewers on Twitter. Today's Panel: Seung Min Kim with The Washington Post, Olivier Knox with SiriusXM, POLITICO's Laura Barrón-López, and Margaret Talev with Axios Also on the program: CNN's Kaitlan Collins, Evan Pérez, Manu Raju, Jeff Zeleny, and Shimon Prokupecz

40 MIN2 w ago
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Thursday, November 7, 2019: Pence Aide Who Heard Trump's July 25 Testifies

Wednesday, November 6, 2019: First Public Impeachment Hearings Announced

Big impeachment inquiry news: Democrats announce public hearings beginning next week, starting with key diplomats who in private testimony offered damning takes on the President's Ukraine policy. Plus, another big Trump-era election night for Democrats, apparently winning the Kentucky governor's race, flipping the Virginia legislature and claiming local posts across the Philadelphia suburbs. And more 2020 lessons: The suburban revolt against Trumpism deepens, making the President's state by state path to an electoral victory even more narrow than it was in 20-16. On today's panel: CNN's Nia-Malika Henderson, Rachael Bade with The Washington Post, NPR's Tamara Keith, and Vivian Salama with The Wall Street Journal Also, on today's panel: CNN's Phil Mattingly, Kylie Atwood, and Michael Warren

33 MIN2 w ago
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Wednesday, November 6, 2019: First Public Impeachment Hearings Announced

Tuesday, November 5, 2019: House Intel Committee to Release More Key Impeachment Testimony

More transcripts of key testimony from House impeachment inquiry are about to be released - from two witnesses central to Ukraine policy. Also today: Two more Trump officials defy Congress and refuse to testify. Plus, either Secretary of State Mike Pompeo or a former top Pompeo aide is lying. The aide testified that he raised concerns about the treatment of the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine on several occasions. Secretary Pompeo says he did not. And it's election day! The races for Governor in Mississippi and Kentucky are being watched closely by both parties for important 2020 clues. Today's panel: CNN's Abby Phillip, Catherine Lucey with The Wall Street Journal, Lisa Lerer with The New York Times, and Karoun Demirjian with The Washington Post Also on the program: CNN's Manu Raju, Phil Mattingly and Kylie Atwood

35 MIN2 w ago
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Tuesday, November 5, 2019: House Intel Committee to Release More Key Impeachment Testimony

Monday, November 4, 2019: Schiff Releases Closed-Door Impeachment Testimony

Breaking News: The House Intelligence Committee releases transcripts of testimony from two key impeachment witnesses, former Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch and Former Senior Pompeo Adviser Michael McKinley. Committee Chairman, Rep. Adam Schiff, speaks with reporters. And a big legal setback for President Trump: An appeals court rules he does not have blanket immunity and must hand over his tax returns to New York prosecutors. The President's lawyer says he will appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. Today's panel: Julie Pace with the Associated Press, Toluse Olorunnipa with The Washington Post, POLITICO's Heather Caygle, and TIME's Molly Ball. Also on the program: CNN's Kara Scannell, Many Raju, Evan Perez, and Phil Mattingly

45 MIN2 w ago
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Monday, November 4, 2019: Schiff Releases Closed-Door Impeachment Testimony

Latest Episodes

Monday, November 18, 2019: A Giant Week Ahead for the Public Impeachment Hearings

***NOTE** INSIDE POLITICS IS PRE-EMPTED TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, AND THURSDAY THIS WEEK DUE TO THE IMPEACHMENT HEARINGS. Eight witnesses appearing this week include White House aides who were alarmed by the President's Ukraine dealings and the donor turned ambassador who is described as the President's point man in pushing Ukraine to investigate Joe Biden. And House Democrats are now investigating whether the President lied in his written answers to Robert Mueller. Plus, this new wrinkle: Speaker Nancy Pelosi says the President is welcome to testify in his own defense, in person or in writing. He says he likes the idea, and will consider it. And it's debate week for the 2020 Democrats. Mayor Pete Buttiegieg is now leading the pack in Iowa. Today's panel: Vivian Salama with the Wall Street Journal, Michael Shear with the New York Times, CNN's Jeff Zeleny, and POLITICO's Heather Caygle

36 MIN3 d ago
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Monday, November 18, 2019: A Giant Week Ahead for the Public Impeachment Hearings

Sunday, November 17, 2019: Sondland Under Scrutiny After Dramatic Impeachment Testimony

A week of damning impeachment testimony brings the Ukraine scandal closer than ever to President Trump - and raises the stakes for embattled EU Ambassador Gordon Sondland ahead of his Wednesday testimony. Plus, the fight for public opinion - the president slams the impeachment process as yet another witch hunt, while Democrats say he may be guilty of bribery, obstruction of justice, and witness intimidation. And a major shift in Iowa - our new CNN/Des Moines Register poll shows Mayor Pete Buttigieg emerging as the clear frontrunner. But can he translate that momentum into gains in other states? Today's panel: CNN's Nia-Malika Henderson, Michael Bender of the Wall Street Journal, Karoun Demirjian of the Washington Post, and Julie Hirschfeld Davis of the New York Times.

38 MIN4 d ago
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Sunday, November 17, 2019: Sondland Under Scrutiny After Dramatic Impeachment Testimony

Tuesday, November 12, 2019: Dems & GOP Gear Up for First Public Impeachment Testimony

(Note: No more Inside Politics podcasts for the remainder of this week due to special impeachment coverage) President Trump attacks the witnesses ahead of tomorrow's Testimony, saying they're relying on second and third hand information. Democrats say they will prove the President's abuse of power. Plus, Dreamers and the Supreme Court: The justices hear arguments about whether to embrace or reject President Trump's decision to end Obama-era protections for younger undocumented immigrants. And Joe Biden listens to a 2020 rival and hears elitism... but says he's not really talking about Elizabeth Warren. Today's panel: Julie Pace with the Associated Press, CNN's Jeff Zeleny, Toluse Olorunnipa with The Washington Post, and Julie Hirschfeld Davis with The New York Times Also on the program: CNN's Phil Mattingly, Joan Biskupic and Shimon Prokupecz

36 MIN1 w ago
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Tuesday, November 12, 2019: Dems & GOP Gear Up for First Public Impeachment Testimony

Monday, November 11, 2019: A Critical New Impeachment Chapter Ahead

Democrats and Republicans prepare for public impeachment hearings starting this week, plus a rare holiday court hearing to help determine if the President's chief of staff and former national security adviser can be compelled to testify. The President draws a line for fellow Republicans: Do not say the Ukraine quid pro quo was wrong, but doesn't warrant impeachment. But some Republicans are already making that case. And Joe Biden takes voter questions in Iowa. Tonight's CNN Town Hall comes as the former Vice President holds a strong national polling position but struggles some in the early states. Today's panel: Margaret Talev with Axios, Carl Hulse with The New York Times, POLITICO's Laura Barrón-López, and Rachael Bade with The Washington Post Also on the program: CNN's Lauren Fox

36 MIN1 w ago
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Monday, November 11, 2019: A Critical New Impeachment Chapter Ahead

Sunday, November 10, 2019: The Impeachment Inquiry Goes Public

The impeachment inquiry goes public with the first round of open hearings this week. It comes as top administration aides are refusing to testify - and looking to the courts to intervene. Will Democrats be able to make the case that President Trump abused his office - and what will the Republican defense be? Plus, a 2020 wildcard - Michael Bloomberg thinks the Democrats already in the race can't beat President Trump, and could shake things up with a late entry. Today's panel: the AP's Julie Pace, Michael Shear of the New York Times, CNN's Abby Phillip, and Jackie Kucinich of the Daily Beast.

40 MIN1 w ago
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Sunday, November 10, 2019: The Impeachment Inquiry Goes Public

Friday, November 8, 2019: Trump Rails on Impeachment as Dems Release More Transcripts

A combative President Trump answers reporters' questions at the White House -- his tone reflecting the high stakes now that public impeachment hearings are just days away. And House Democrats release closed-door testimony from two more key impeachment witnesses. Plus, the President's Chief of Staff defies an impeachment subpoena. The President says letting Mick Mulvaney testify would legitimize the inquiry. Democrats say it is more obstruction, and insist Mulvaney is central to the Ukraine quid pro quo. And Michael Bloomberg is once again flirting with a 2020 Presidential bid. Many Democrats scoff, but team Bloomberg sees an opening amid a vulnerable field. On today's panel: Melanie Zanona with POLITICO, CNN's Jeff Zeleny, Michael Shear with The New York Times, and Asma Khalid with NPR Also on today's program: CNN's Manu Raju and Sarah Westwood

41 MIN1 w ago
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Friday, November 8, 2019: Trump Rails on Impeachment as Dems Release More Transcripts

Thursday, November 7, 2019: Pence Aide Who Heard Trump's July 25 Testifies

A crack in the White House impeachment wall: An aide to Vice President Pence who was central to Ukraine policy honors a subpoena and is testifying on Capitol Hill this hour. Plus, Bernie Sanders looks to make a 2020 move: A new immigration plan today, and clear strategy on health care: Keep the peace with Elizabeth Warren, but poke Joe Biden. And, we answer some of the impeachment questions submitted by viewers on Twitter. Today's Panel: Seung Min Kim with The Washington Post, Olivier Knox with SiriusXM, POLITICO's Laura Barrón-López, and Margaret Talev with Axios Also on the program: CNN's Kaitlan Collins, Evan Pérez, Manu Raju, Jeff Zeleny, and Shimon Prokupecz

40 MIN2 w ago
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Thursday, November 7, 2019: Pence Aide Who Heard Trump's July 25 Testifies

Wednesday, November 6, 2019: First Public Impeachment Hearings Announced

Big impeachment inquiry news: Democrats announce public hearings beginning next week, starting with key diplomats who in private testimony offered damning takes on the President's Ukraine policy. Plus, another big Trump-era election night for Democrats, apparently winning the Kentucky governor's race, flipping the Virginia legislature and claiming local posts across the Philadelphia suburbs. And more 2020 lessons: The suburban revolt against Trumpism deepens, making the President's state by state path to an electoral victory even more narrow than it was in 20-16. On today's panel: CNN's Nia-Malika Henderson, Rachael Bade with The Washington Post, NPR's Tamara Keith, and Vivian Salama with The Wall Street Journal Also, on today's panel: CNN's Phil Mattingly, Kylie Atwood, and Michael Warren

33 MIN2 w ago
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Wednesday, November 6, 2019: First Public Impeachment Hearings Announced

Tuesday, November 5, 2019: House Intel Committee to Release More Key Impeachment Testimony

More transcripts of key testimony from House impeachment inquiry are about to be released - from two witnesses central to Ukraine policy. Also today: Two more Trump officials defy Congress and refuse to testify. Plus, either Secretary of State Mike Pompeo or a former top Pompeo aide is lying. The aide testified that he raised concerns about the treatment of the U.S. ambassador to Ukraine on several occasions. Secretary Pompeo says he did not. And it's election day! The races for Governor in Mississippi and Kentucky are being watched closely by both parties for important 2020 clues. Today's panel: CNN's Abby Phillip, Catherine Lucey with The Wall Street Journal, Lisa Lerer with The New York Times, and Karoun Demirjian with The Washington Post Also on the program: CNN's Manu Raju, Phil Mattingly and Kylie Atwood

35 MIN2 w ago
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Tuesday, November 5, 2019: House Intel Committee to Release More Key Impeachment Testimony

Monday, November 4, 2019: Schiff Releases Closed-Door Impeachment Testimony

Breaking News: The House Intelligence Committee releases transcripts of testimony from two key impeachment witnesses, former Ukraine Ambassador Marie Yovanovitch and Former Senior Pompeo Adviser Michael McKinley. Committee Chairman, Rep. Adam Schiff, speaks with reporters. And a big legal setback for President Trump: An appeals court rules he does not have blanket immunity and must hand over his tax returns to New York prosecutors. The President's lawyer says he will appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court. Today's panel: Julie Pace with the Associated Press, Toluse Olorunnipa with The Washington Post, POLITICO's Heather Caygle, and TIME's Molly Ball. Also on the program: CNN's Kara Scannell, Many Raju, Evan Perez, and Phil Mattingly

45 MIN2 w ago
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Monday, November 4, 2019: Schiff Releases Closed-Door Impeachment Testimony
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