We revisit the president-press relationship with media columnist Margaret Sullivan and talk to reporter Aaron Blake about President Nixon. Plus, Georgetown's Andrew Jay Schwartzman explains limitations of the Federal Communications Commission.
How do the latest actions by Trump’s advisers compare to Clinton’s? Your answers this week from political investigations reporter Rosalind Helderman and former White House staff secretary and current global security and data lawyer Rajesh De.
Pulitzer Prize-winner Carol Leonnig explains the complexities of Manafort's involvement in the Mueller investigation. Plus law professor Jimmy Gurulé on where Manafort’s actions may cross a legal line. Can Manafort walk away from this unscathed?
Robert Costa adds insight to Trump's latest deals with Democrats and what they mean for his political future. Plus, Nick Troiano of the Centrist Project explains America's political parties and the risks of a system ideologically divided.
What does Trump hope will happen in Congress? With White House reporter David Nakamura, we talk to John Sandweg, former Immigration and Customs Enforcement acting director, about policy. Plus, a dreamer in the DACA program shares her story.
How does Trump’s response to this natural disaster compare to that of past presidents? We talk to former FEMA administrator R. David Paulison. Plus, congressional reporter Mike DeBonis is back on the show to break down how relief funding works.
With chief correspondent Dan Balz, we answer: Can a president opt out of participating in ceremonial duties? Plus, we learn how President Ronald Reagan handled similar events, and we talk to a former White House social secretary about planning these moments.
In the aftermath of violence in Charlottesville, we examine the history of political appeals to white fear and how past presidents have responded to crises. The award-winning Wesley Lowery weighs in on the state of race relations in America.