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John King and his panel of well-sourced reporters bring you their latest scoops on the most important political stories of the day. A reporter with three decades of experience covering the White House, Congress and the campaign trail, King has interviewed presidents, politicians and voters. He explains what political stories matter, and why they matter to you.

Latest Episodes

Sunday, January 19, 2020: Impeachment Trial Begins Amid Flood of New Evidence

The prosecution and the defense prepare to lay out their arguments as the impeachment trial begins in earnest this week. It comes amid a flood of new Ukraine evidence. The question now - will the Senate listen? Plus, the fragile 2020 peace that has progressives nervous - just two weeks before Iowa votes. Today's panel: Julie Hirschfeld Davis of the New York Times, Michael Bender of the Wall Street Journal, CNN's Nia-Malika Henderson, and TIME's Molly Ball.

39 MINjust now
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Sunday, January 19, 2020: Impeachment Trial Begins Amid Flood of New Evidence

Friday, January 17, 2020: CNN: Trump Adds To His Legal Team As Impeachment Trial Starts

Friday, January 17, 2020: Trump Adds Big Names to His Impeachment Legal Team President Trump adds Bill Clinton nemesis Ken Starr and noted appellate lawyer Alan Dershowitz to his impeachment defense team. The President again insists he doesn't know Lev Parnas -- despite a pile of photos of them together at political and social events. Parnas has a lot to say about the President's Ukraine dealings, but it's unclear if the Senate wants to hear it, or if he'd be believed. And the LSU Tigers get a champion's welcome at the White House, with an interesting twist from their Oval Office tour guide. Today's panel: CNN's Dana Bash, Michael Shear with The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal's Catherine Lucey and Vivian Salama Also on the program: CNN's Kaitlan Collins, Shan Wu and Paul Begala

37 MIN1 d ago
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Friday, January 17, 2020: CNN: Trump Adds To His Legal Team As Impeachment Trial Starts

Thursday, January 16, 2020: No Inside Politics Podcast Today Due to Impeachment Special Coverage

Thursday, January 16, 2020: No Inside Politics Podcast Today Due to Impeachment Special Coverage

15 s2 d ago
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Thursday, January 16, 2020: No Inside Politics Podcast Today Due to Impeachment Special Coverage

Wednesday, January 15, 2020: No Inside Politics Podcast today due to Breaking News on impeachment & President Trump's signing of China trade deal

BREAKING NEWS

15 s3 d ago
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Wednesday, January 15, 2020: No Inside Politics Podcast today due to Breaking News on impeachment & President Trump's signing of China trade deal

Tuesday, January 14, 2020: Sanders-Warren Feud Escalates Before Tonight's CNN Debate

It is debate night for the six leading 2020 Democrats. There are new tensions between progressives Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, while Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar look to sell Iowa caucus voters on the idea a centrist has the best chance to beat President Trump. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tells House Democrats they have to wait one more day to find out who she will tap to manage the Senate impeachment trial. And Majority Leader Mitch McConnell waits for the impeachment articles to arrive in the Senate, and watches a handful of Republicans who might vote to include witnesses in the trial. On today's panel: Julie Pace with Associated Press, CNN's MJ Lee, Sahil Kapur with Bloomberg, Jackie Kucinich with The Daily Beast, and Paul Kane with The Washington Post Also, on the program: Alex Thompson with POLITICO and CNN's Arlette Saenz, Manu Raju, and Lauren Fox

37 MIN4 d ago
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Tuesday, January 14, 2020: Sanders-Warren Feud Escalates Before Tonight's CNN Debate

Monday, January 16, 2020: Another 2020 Democrat Drops Out

The once historically diverse Democratic field shrinks again: Senator Cory booker suspends his presidential campaign. With three weeks to go before the Iowa caucuses, the attacks get sharper as six of the the leading Democrats prepare for tomorrow's CNN debate. And the defense secretary concedes he never saw intelligence specifically indicating an Iranian threat on four American embassies, despite what President Trump said. Today's panel: Seung Min Kim with The Washington Post, Sirius XM's Olivier Knox, Tarini Parti with The Wall Street Journal, and CNN's Kaitlan Collins. Also on the show: CNN's Jeff Zeleny, Nic Robertson, Max Foster, and Victoria Arbiter

37 MIN5 d ago
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Monday, January 16, 2020: Another 2020 Democrat Drops Out

Sunday, January 12, 2020: Trump Faces a Credibility Gap on Iran

After a bold U.S. strike, Iran backs down. President Trump sees a major victory - but finds himself facing a crisis of credibility over his constantly-shifting justification for it. Meanwhile, Iranians take to the streets en masse to protest their government's accidental shootdown of a Ukrainian airliner. Plus, the impeachment trial approaches, as Nancy Pelosi signals she's ready to name managers and submit the articles to the Senate. And three weeks from the first votes, Iowa is a tossup. Today's panel: Julie Pace of the Associated Press, CNN's Jeff Zeleny, Karoun Demirjian of the Washington Post, and Vivian Salama of the Wall Street Journal

39 MIN1 w ago
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Sunday, January 12, 2020: Trump Faces a Credibility Gap on Iran

Friday, January 10, 2020: Pelosi to Send Impeachment Articles to Senate Next Week

Breaking News: Speaker Nancy Pelosi tells colleagues the House will send the impeachment articles the Senate next week. From vague talk of an imminent threat to a new claim Iran's terror Chief was planning attacks on several U.S. Embassies -- team Trump's shifting story and the President's past trouble with the truth raise credibility questions at a most sensitive moment. And, the economy added 145,000 new jobs in December, closing out 2019 with proof the 11-year economic expansion still has steam as we head into election year 2020. On today's panel: CNN's Kaitlan Collins, Dan Balz with The Washington Post, Tarini Parti with The Wall Street Journal, Damian Paletta with The Washington Post and Julie Hirschfeld Davis with The New York Times Also the program: CNN's Manu Raju and Frederik Pleitgen

37 MIN1 w ago
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Friday, January 10, 2020: Pelosi to Send Impeachment Articles to Senate Next Week

Thursday, January 9, 2020: Source: U.S. Increasingly Believes Iran Mistakenly Shot Down Ukrainian Airliner

Breaking news our hour as multiple U.S. officials tell CNN the U.S. increasingly believes that Iran mistakenly shot down a Ukrainian Airlines flight shortly after it took off from Tehran. That plane crash killed 176 people. The House votes today on a resolution warning President Trump he must consult Congress before any new military action against Iran. And there are rumblings from enough Senate Republicans to keep an eye on that side of the Capitol, too. Plus fresh impeachment tensions: Nancy Pelosi faces new pressure -- including from some Democrats -- to send over the House impeachment articles. Soon she says, but not without first escalating her feud with the Senate's top Republican. On today's panel: Francesca Chambers with McClatchyDC, CNN's Jeff Zeleny, Paul Kane with The Washington Post, and Laura Barrón-López with POLITICO. Also, on todays program: Katie Bo Williams with Defense One CNN's Barbara Starr, Frederik Pleitgen, Mary Schiavo, and Kaitlan Collins

41 MIN1 w ago
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Thursday, January 9, 2020: Source: U.S. Increasingly Believes Iran Mistakenly Shot Down Ukrainian Airliner

Wednesday, January 8, 2020: Trump Says Iran Appears to Be Standing Down After Firing Missiles at U.S. Forces

President Trump responding a short time ago to Iranian airstrikes on bases in Iraq, with a mixed message. The President spoke for just over nine minutes with his military and national security leadership behind him. On the one hand, he said there are opportunities to work with Iran. But he also announced new economic sanctions and called on Russia, China, and European allies to walk away from the Iran nuclear agreement. On today's panel: Margaret Talev with Axios , Michael Shear with The New York Times, and Dan Lamothe and Seung Min Kim with The Washington Post Also, on today's program: Former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Doug Silliman, plus CNN's Kaitlan Collins, Frederik Pleitgen, Sam Kiley, Jeff Zeleny, Manu Raju, and Kylie Atwood

37 MIN1 w ago
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Wednesday, January 8, 2020: Trump Says Iran Appears to Be Standing Down After Firing Missiles at U.S. Forces

Latest Episodes

Sunday, January 19, 2020: Impeachment Trial Begins Amid Flood of New Evidence

The prosecution and the defense prepare to lay out their arguments as the impeachment trial begins in earnest this week. It comes amid a flood of new Ukraine evidence. The question now - will the Senate listen? Plus, the fragile 2020 peace that has progressives nervous - just two weeks before Iowa votes. Today's panel: Julie Hirschfeld Davis of the New York Times, Michael Bender of the Wall Street Journal, CNN's Nia-Malika Henderson, and TIME's Molly Ball.

39 MINjust now
Comments
Sunday, January 19, 2020: Impeachment Trial Begins Amid Flood of New Evidence

Friday, January 17, 2020: CNN: Trump Adds To His Legal Team As Impeachment Trial Starts

Friday, January 17, 2020: Trump Adds Big Names to His Impeachment Legal Team President Trump adds Bill Clinton nemesis Ken Starr and noted appellate lawyer Alan Dershowitz to his impeachment defense team. The President again insists he doesn't know Lev Parnas -- despite a pile of photos of them together at political and social events. Parnas has a lot to say about the President's Ukraine dealings, but it's unclear if the Senate wants to hear it, or if he'd be believed. And the LSU Tigers get a champion's welcome at the White House, with an interesting twist from their Oval Office tour guide. Today's panel: CNN's Dana Bash, Michael Shear with The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal's Catherine Lucey and Vivian Salama Also on the program: CNN's Kaitlan Collins, Shan Wu and Paul Begala

37 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Friday, January 17, 2020: CNN: Trump Adds To His Legal Team As Impeachment Trial Starts

Thursday, January 16, 2020: No Inside Politics Podcast Today Due to Impeachment Special Coverage

Thursday, January 16, 2020: No Inside Politics Podcast Today Due to Impeachment Special Coverage

15 s2 d ago
Comments
Thursday, January 16, 2020: No Inside Politics Podcast Today Due to Impeachment Special Coverage

Wednesday, January 15, 2020: No Inside Politics Podcast today due to Breaking News on impeachment & President Trump's signing of China trade deal

BREAKING NEWS

15 s3 d ago
Comments
Wednesday, January 15, 2020: No Inside Politics Podcast today due to Breaking News on impeachment & President Trump's signing of China trade deal

Tuesday, January 14, 2020: Sanders-Warren Feud Escalates Before Tonight's CNN Debate

It is debate night for the six leading 2020 Democrats. There are new tensions between progressives Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders, while Joe Biden, Pete Buttigieg and Amy Klobuchar look to sell Iowa caucus voters on the idea a centrist has the best chance to beat President Trump. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi tells House Democrats they have to wait one more day to find out who she will tap to manage the Senate impeachment trial. And Majority Leader Mitch McConnell waits for the impeachment articles to arrive in the Senate, and watches a handful of Republicans who might vote to include witnesses in the trial. On today's panel: Julie Pace with Associated Press, CNN's MJ Lee, Sahil Kapur with Bloomberg, Jackie Kucinich with The Daily Beast, and Paul Kane with The Washington Post Also, on the program: Alex Thompson with POLITICO and CNN's Arlette Saenz, Manu Raju, and Lauren Fox

37 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Tuesday, January 14, 2020: Sanders-Warren Feud Escalates Before Tonight's CNN Debate

Monday, January 16, 2020: Another 2020 Democrat Drops Out

The once historically diverse Democratic field shrinks again: Senator Cory booker suspends his presidential campaign. With three weeks to go before the Iowa caucuses, the attacks get sharper as six of the the leading Democrats prepare for tomorrow's CNN debate. And the defense secretary concedes he never saw intelligence specifically indicating an Iranian threat on four American embassies, despite what President Trump said. Today's panel: Seung Min Kim with The Washington Post, Sirius XM's Olivier Knox, Tarini Parti with The Wall Street Journal, and CNN's Kaitlan Collins. Also on the show: CNN's Jeff Zeleny, Nic Robertson, Max Foster, and Victoria Arbiter

37 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Monday, January 16, 2020: Another 2020 Democrat Drops Out

Sunday, January 12, 2020: Trump Faces a Credibility Gap on Iran

After a bold U.S. strike, Iran backs down. President Trump sees a major victory - but finds himself facing a crisis of credibility over his constantly-shifting justification for it. Meanwhile, Iranians take to the streets en masse to protest their government's accidental shootdown of a Ukrainian airliner. Plus, the impeachment trial approaches, as Nancy Pelosi signals she's ready to name managers and submit the articles to the Senate. And three weeks from the first votes, Iowa is a tossup. Today's panel: Julie Pace of the Associated Press, CNN's Jeff Zeleny, Karoun Demirjian of the Washington Post, and Vivian Salama of the Wall Street Journal

39 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Sunday, January 12, 2020: Trump Faces a Credibility Gap on Iran

Friday, January 10, 2020: Pelosi to Send Impeachment Articles to Senate Next Week

Breaking News: Speaker Nancy Pelosi tells colleagues the House will send the impeachment articles the Senate next week. From vague talk of an imminent threat to a new claim Iran's terror Chief was planning attacks on several U.S. Embassies -- team Trump's shifting story and the President's past trouble with the truth raise credibility questions at a most sensitive moment. And, the economy added 145,000 new jobs in December, closing out 2019 with proof the 11-year economic expansion still has steam as we head into election year 2020. On today's panel: CNN's Kaitlan Collins, Dan Balz with The Washington Post, Tarini Parti with The Wall Street Journal, Damian Paletta with The Washington Post and Julie Hirschfeld Davis with The New York Times Also the program: CNN's Manu Raju and Frederik Pleitgen

37 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Friday, January 10, 2020: Pelosi to Send Impeachment Articles to Senate Next Week

Thursday, January 9, 2020: Source: U.S. Increasingly Believes Iran Mistakenly Shot Down Ukrainian Airliner

Breaking news our hour as multiple U.S. officials tell CNN the U.S. increasingly believes that Iran mistakenly shot down a Ukrainian Airlines flight shortly after it took off from Tehran. That plane crash killed 176 people. The House votes today on a resolution warning President Trump he must consult Congress before any new military action against Iran. And there are rumblings from enough Senate Republicans to keep an eye on that side of the Capitol, too. Plus fresh impeachment tensions: Nancy Pelosi faces new pressure -- including from some Democrats -- to send over the House impeachment articles. Soon she says, but not without first escalating her feud with the Senate's top Republican. On today's panel: Francesca Chambers with McClatchyDC, CNN's Jeff Zeleny, Paul Kane with The Washington Post, and Laura Barrón-López with POLITICO. Also, on todays program: Katie Bo Williams with Defense One CNN's Barbara Starr, Frederik Pleitgen, Mary Schiavo, and Kaitlan Collins

41 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Thursday, January 9, 2020: Source: U.S. Increasingly Believes Iran Mistakenly Shot Down Ukrainian Airliner

Wednesday, January 8, 2020: Trump Says Iran Appears to Be Standing Down After Firing Missiles at U.S. Forces

President Trump responding a short time ago to Iranian airstrikes on bases in Iraq, with a mixed message. The President spoke for just over nine minutes with his military and national security leadership behind him. On the one hand, he said there are opportunities to work with Iran. But he also announced new economic sanctions and called on Russia, China, and European allies to walk away from the Iran nuclear agreement. On today's panel: Margaret Talev with Axios , Michael Shear with The New York Times, and Dan Lamothe and Seung Min Kim with The Washington Post Also, on today's program: Former U.S. Ambassador to Iraq Doug Silliman, plus CNN's Kaitlan Collins, Frederik Pleitgen, Sam Kiley, Jeff Zeleny, Manu Raju, and Kylie Atwood

37 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Wednesday, January 8, 2020: Trump Says Iran Appears to Be Standing Down After Firing Missiles at U.S. Forces
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