Drawing on years of experience as communications chief for President George W. Bush and senior advisor for the McCain-Palin campaign, Nicolle Wallace provides political insight and clarity on where the decision-makers stand on complex issues. Join her for analysis and discussion with the key newsmakers every weekday.
“The charisma of American bread”
Nicolle Wallace discusses hundreds of Trump supporters left out in cold after a campaign rally. Plus, the growing concern of possible confrontations on Election Day, new polling in battleground states, the identity of Anonymous is revealed, the battle over mail-in voting continues in the courts, a new book detailing Trump's betrayal to the country, and coronavirus cases are reaching record highs.
Joined by: Eddie Glaude, Peter Baker, David Jolly, Cal Perry, Amy Walter, Steve Kornacki, Michael Schmidt, Tim Miller, Elizabeth Neumann, A.B. Stoddard, Errin Haines, Jason Johnson, Pete Williams, David Rothkopf, and Dr. Kavita Patel
"The bear is off the leash"
Nicolle Wallace discussing the opposing closing messages from both presidential candidates, Trump continues to spread disinformation about mail-in voting, Obama says Trump is jealous of the media coverage the pandemic is getting, the rise of militia groups, Biden goes on the offensive in Georgia, and inside the mind of a Trump-loathing Republican.
Joined by: Donna Edwards, John Heilemann, Donny Deutsch, Maura Barrett, Laurie Garrett, Cal Perry, Kristen Welker, Alexi McCammond, Jonathan Lemire, Eugene Robinson, Tim Miller and Olivia Troye
NOTE: This episode was cut short due to a Biden campaign event
"Turned it into his swamp"
Nicolle Wallace discusses the White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows saying ‘we’re not going to control the pandemic.' Plus, the record number of early votes already cast, Trump's plan to remove top officials if he gets reelected, criticism of Kamala Harris sparks questions of a double standard, former president Obama slams Trump and calls his behavior 'not normal,' how this presidential race compares with 2016, coronavirus cases rising at an alarming rate, and how New York is looking ahead to the colder months.
Joined by: Claire McCaskill, Dr. Lipi Roy, Phil Rucker, Tim O’Brien, Basil Smikle, Karine Jean-Pierre, Nick Confessore, Aisha Mills, Charlie Sykes, Steve Kornacki, Dr. Peter Hotez, and Gov. Andrew Cuomo
“More radioactive than ever”
Nicolle Wallace discusses Joe Biden and Donald Trump laying out their opposing plans on dealing with coronavirus in the final sprint to election day. Plus, Trump addresses the cruelty of his administration’s family separation policy, the polling reality of the 2020 race, Trump’s plan for an October surprise fizzling out on the debate stage, the U.S. hits a single day record for new Covid-19 cases, and Lebron James’s effort to combat misinformation.
Joined by: Jonathan Lemire, A.B. Stoddard, Reverend Al Sharpton, Daniel Lippman, Jon Meacham, John Micek, John Heilemann, Donna Edwards, Jason Johnson, and Dr. Peter Hotez
"Going for the jugular"
Nicolle Wallace discusses Trump undermining his own closing argument less than 2 weeks out from the election. Plus, a new ad for Biden highlights the bond between fathers and sons, Chris Christie says he was wrong to not wear a mask, new reporting on Trump's financial ties to China, the FBI and DNI say Iran and Russia have voter information, militia leaders echo Trump's messages, and what tonight’s presidential debate will look like.
Joined by: Yamiche Alcindor, David Plouffe, Nick Confessore, Charlie Sykes, Basil Smikle, Dr. Kavita Patel, Andrew Weissman, Peter Strzok, Elizabeth Neumann, Frank Figliuzzi, Alex Wagner, Joel Payne, Sam Stein, and Dr. Nahid Bhadelia
Introducing Kamala: Next in Line
As a bonus for Deadline: White House listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of Kamala: Next in Line, a six-part podcast from MSNBC and Wondery that goes inside the cross-cultural journey that led Senator Kamala Harris from her humble roots to become the first African-American woman to be the Vice Presidential nominee for a major party. From Oakland to Howard University, and California to Washington DC, experience her story as it has never been told before. Hosted by MSNBC's Joy Reid, the show features exclusive interviews with those who know her best, painting a picture of a woman who has fought her way to the top at every turn. Listen to the first episode, and subscribe to the series now: https://link.chtbl.com/description-kamala