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Weekday mornings, The Daily Punch brings you inside Capitol Hill, the White House and Washington for an unfiltered look at the key players and stakes of all major issues of the day. People. Power. Politics. Hosted by Punchbowl News founders, journalists, and best-selling authors Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman. Powered by Punchbowl News. Produced by Cadence13. ​

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Weekday mornings, The Daily Punch brings you inside Capitol Hill, the White House and Washington for an unfiltered look at the key players and stakes of all major issues of the day. People. Power. Politics. Hosted by Punchbowl News founders, journalists, and best-selling authors Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman. Powered by Punchbowl News. Produced by Cadence13. ​

    Jan 30, 2023

    Jan 30, 2023

    Is 2023 like 2011? Big issues of the week. Hickenlooper urges Fed to hold off on rate hikes.

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    • 9 min
    Jan. 27, 2023

    Jan. 27, 2023

    The latest on the debt ceiling. Plus, the Senate's slow roll into the 118th Congress.

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    • 11 min
    Jan. 26, 2023

    Jan. 26, 2023

    The burgeoning relationship between Kevin McCarthy and Hakeem Jeffries. Plus, how the backbenchers in the House find themselves in the mix.

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    • 12 min
    Jan. 25, 2023

    Jan. 25, 2023

    Kevin McCarthy's strengths and weaknesses when it comes to the debt ceiling. Plus, House Republicans' efforts to investigate the Biden administration hit a roadblock.

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    • 15 min
    Jan. 24, 2023

    Jan. 24, 2023

    Will Democrats back their party's nominee in the Arizona Senate race? Plus, Patrick McHenry is in the middle of it all.

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    • 15 min
    Jan. 23, 2023

    Jan. 23, 2023

    News on Kevin McCarthy eyeing a trip to Taiwan. Plus, the showdown over committee assignments begins in earnest.

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    • 16 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
550 Ratings

550 Ratings

425w ,

Between the Words

Nice work. Time for a language refresher. Lose the lazy lingo. Try an episode wthout saying: “Bottom line, end of the day, pretty much, well, look, I mean, you know, right(?).” Oy.

bigeagu232323 ,

Love to hear from Anna

I love the podcast when Anna is featured. Jake is just hard for me to listen to. His information is good but I wish he would just let Anna read it. He just has a punchable voice.

Redduke916 ,

Misses many insider points

To mention Schumer's gamble of assigning Chris Murphy to “negotiate” with Republicans and to NOT mention that Chris Murphy is a radical anti-gun and pro-confiscation advocate is terribly misleading and leaves the audience with the wrong impression that the Dems are actually trying to get an agreement. Then you focus on the right who used a “strong second amendment” Senator in your analysis. How about analyzing the failure of Murphy to get anything close to what their side wanted. The report on the June 9th that Republicans “defending” January 6th is “indefensible” is a ludicrous statement. As opposed to Democrats during the 2020 “summer of love”, not one Republican defended January 6th but quite the opposite. They condemned it as it was taking place. I understand now how good journalism is warped by the washington blue bubble, even Jake Sherman falls prey on occasion. The Trump raid is not about the raid, it’s about Trump “leading the news cycle”. Your beltway slant on news is so telling. Then you throw in the Failed Biden Afghanistan withdrawal was “started by Trump” . Can your reporting be any more biased?

Saying a speech is “interesting” and “historic” is not journalism. We all could see that Zelensky’s speech was historic and interesting. We don’t need a washington insider to reiterate the obvious. Your job is to report on things we might have missed, like Zelensky demanding more money to “invest” in world peace while the EU funds Russia. If you were against the Vietnam war, you should be against the US involvement in this proxy war.

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