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Photo By Andrew Harrer/Pool/Getty Images Judge Napolitano joins Jamie to discuss the news of Susan Rice requesting to unmask names of Trump transition officials. Judge Napolitano says this must be investigated thoroughly as it is, "potential espionage." Hear Jamie's discussion...
Photo by Alex Wong/Getty Images Todd Starnes joins Jamie ahead of his St. Louis visit. They discuss the latest news on Susan Rice asking for the unmasking of members of the Trump transition officials. Todd says there should "absolutely" be a hearing on this. Hear Jamie and Todd'...
Credit: Chip Somodevilla / Staff Jamie speaks with Rodney Boyd on Claire McCaskill being onboard for the filibuster of Gorsuch, Prop P and the big election day for the soccer stadium vote. Watch Below:
Credit: Mark Wilson / Staff Jamie speaks with Jim Hoft on Schiff backpedaling claims that he made last month on MSNBC that there was 'circumstantial' evidence of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Russian government after visiting the W.H. and seeing the same documents...
Credit: Darren McCollester / Stringer Jamie is voting for Prop P and he explains why. "The government will cut short the commitment they have to our local police," he explains, "it is seemingly the lowest priority for our government." Listen below:
Credit: Spencer Platt / Staff Jamie speaks with John Roberts on the drive to put the health care bill back together, the war with words between the President and the Freedom Caucus, as well as, Michael Flynn offering to testify before Congress in exchange for immunity. Listen to...
Credit: Mark Wilson / Staff Jamie speaks with Annie Frey on the messaging of the Republican and Democratic parties and how it is time for them to settle differences to compromise on a great health care service for the American people. Rhino Republicans and Democrats have to get...
Credit: Alexander Hassenstein / Staff Jim Carafano gives his take on Kim Jong-un testing missiles and McCain calling him a 'crazy fat kid' on MSNBC. Listen to interview below:
Photo by Dimitrios Kambouris/Getty Images "I can't stop my leg!" Comedian Robert Klein still can't stop his leg and has no intention of halting his lengthy career. He has a new special coming out on the Starz network and joins Jamie to discuss. SNL circa 1975: