You know Chris Cuomo from CNN’s Cuomo Prime Time, and from Sirius XM’s POTUS Channel, but now you can also find him here on the Let’s Get After It Podcast – as Chris takes you through the relevant stories of the day and why they matter. This is a place where Chris may say things that surprise you - a different kind of access to what’s in his head and heart. Listen as Chris pulls back the curtain to his life - his family, his hobbies, his favorite music and most resonant cultural moments. Dropping 3x a week beginning May 11th.
Let’s Get After… This Podcast.
Questioning the Premise
Questioning the premise is a really important skill that we don't exercise enough. Applying it to broad or precise issues is an important technique to gain competency in when trying to sort what matters.
Dissecting the Arguments
How will the Justices decide Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization? A look at the arguments, the merits and how 'stare decisis' could be used or discarded. Plus a beat on the need to take it slow with concerns over the Omicron variant.
Viability and Responsibility
As much of the country eyes the SCOTUS Mississippi abortion case and the news about Mark Meadows book unfolds, two questions emerge: What is the viability of life at 15 weeks? And what is the responsibility of a President to be truthful about being sick?
Bowl o' BOLO: Meadows, Mississippi, Inflation and Omicron
Be on the look out for several stories that will shape today and tomorrow: news that Mark Meadows is cooperating with the Jan 6th Select Committee, the SCOTUS Mississippi abortion case set to begin tomorrow, watching Omicron and the economic impact of the pandemic on inflation as well as profit margins.
Be Thankful For All Of It
As Thanksgiving is upon us, Chris takes a step back to think about what he's thankful for: the good as well as the bad, because we learn and grow from the suck.
Jonathan Karl on President Trump's Betrayal of Democracy
A Conversation with Jonathan Karl of ABC News about his new book detailing the last act of Trump presidency, his attempts to overturn the 2020 election results and the lead up to and aftermath of January 6th. Plus a beat on changing Self Defense and Stand Your Ground laws in the wake of the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, as well as the verdict in the Rittenhouse trial.