A best of the week's episodes from The Dan Abrams Show on Sirius XM's POTUS 124. The motto of the show is "where politics meets the law." Everyday Dan, a lawyer and media entrepreneur, analyzes the biggest news stories of the day from a legal perspective. With so much of today's breaking news having a legal component, Abrams digs into the issues with a team of experts, including former federal prosecutors and high-profile legal experts. In addition to Abrams' unique insights into the legal side of the political news, the show features one-on-one interviews with top newsmakers, panel discussions and listener phone calls.
The Dan Abrams Podcast with Don Lemon
Don Lemon, author and CNN anchor, joins Dan to discuss his new book "This Is the Fire: What I Say to My Friends About Racism." Abrams and Lemon discuss policing in America, conversations on race, how President Trump changed journalism, and more.
The Dan Abrams Podcast on the Police Shooting of Ma'Khia Bryant
Dan talks about the police shooting of Ma'Khia Bryant and takes issue with the comments made by White House Press Secretary, Jen Psaki, about the case. Dan discusses the importance of not jumping to conclusions, listening to the facts, and avoiding politicization of police shootings.
The Dan Abrams Podcast with Judge Ken Starr
Judge Ken Starr, author and former solicitor general of the United States, joins Dan to discuss his new book "Religious Liberty in Crisis: Exercising Your Faith in an Age of Uncertainty." Starr and Abrams discuss cancel culture, the Mueller report, Starr's work on the Bill Clinton investigation, and former President Trump's first impeachment trial.
The Dan Abrams Podcast with Professor Paul Campos
Paul F. Campos, Professor of Law at the University of Colorado Law School and writer for Lawyers, Guns, & Money, joins Dan to discuss his New York Times' article "Justice Breyer Should Retire Right Now." Campos and Abrams debate if Justice Breyer should retire solely for political reasons, discuss court packing, and consider the question of term limits for the Supreme Court.
The Dan Abrams Podcast with Rick Hasen
Rick Hasen, author of "Election Meltdown" and Professor of Law and Political Science at UC Irvine, joins Dan to discuss the newly passed election laws in Georgia. Hasen and Abrams analyze likely legal challenges to the Georgia bill, discuss other states' election laws, and consider the issue of gerrymandering.
The Dan Abrams Podcast on President Trump's Durham Investigation Comments
Dan discusses former President Trump's interview on "The Truth with Lisa Boothe" podcast, in which he made conflicting statements about the Horowitz Report and the ongoing Durham investigation. Abrams also discusses the 60 Minutes interview done by former acting DC US Attorney Michael Sherwin, former leader of the Capitol riot investigation.
Hi, love your show. I know everyone is pretty scared of pointing out that the Trûmp win was driven by a need for lots of people to retain power. The so-called silent Trump voter, votes because of policy, tax cuts, the supreme court. That’s it. One more thing, white supremacy is at the forefront of Trump support. People flake out when they hear this. This new faction is all about Country First in addition to hating anyone who is non- white ( that includes Jewish people who are not considered to be part of the Aryan Race) right? Michael Moore said something that stuck a cord with me, I’ll paraphrase... We are looking at White Supremacy on the ground, but we forget that White Supremacy holds the seat of power. So, Trûmp is only a piece of the puzzle. A Trump win means maintaining the status Quo. They have power, wealth and want to maintain it.
Why did you not push forward on what was actually racist about the Georgia bill!? He never actually explained what was racist about it other than the water issue, which if read correctly only prohibits campaign officials from giving out water. Also, why don't you push back when the callers said they didn't read the bull, nor would they because republicans are terrible? Very disappointed because you are usually fair. Unfortunately, another show I have to unsubscribe from.