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Talking Clinton v. Trump With Bret Stephens

Yesterday I wrote in the Washington Post that because there is no Speaker Ryan-Leader McConnell led effort to replace Donald Trump as the GOP nominee, it isn’t going to happen and that voters have to support him regardless of their disagreements...Show More Summary

The “Brexit Pursued by a Bear” Edition

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WSJ Deputy Editor: “Hillary Clinton… is a Survivable Event. I’m not so Sure About Donald Trump.”

Hugh Hewitt this morning had a fascinating interview this morning with Wall Street Journal deputy editor and pulitzer prize winning columnist Bret Stephens. Stephens is about the exact opposite of a wilting liberal, as his column today is one of the most brutal excoriations of Obama’s foreign policy you could possibly imagine. Show More Summary

Dr. Michael Oren On The Aftermath Of The Orlando Terror Attack

Dr. Michael Oren is a distinguished historian, formerly Israel’s Ambassador to the United States, now a member of the Knesset, and many believe a future prime minister of Israel.  He joined me on this morning’s program: Audio: 06-16hhs-oren Transcript: HH: Welcome back, America, it’s Hugh Hewitt. Show More Summary

Senator Lindsey Graham On The Aftermath Of Orlando

Senator Lindsey Graham joined me today: Audio: 06-16hhs-graham Transcript: HH: I’m joined now by United States Senator Lindsey Graham. Senator Graham, welcome, it’s good to talk to you. LG: Thank you. HH: In the reporting this morning...Show More Summary

New York Times Columnist Frank Bruni On The Aftermath Of The Orlando Attack

New York Times columnist Frank Bruni joined me this AM to discuss the aftermath of the Orlando attack and his column from this morning: Audio: 06-15hhs-bruni Transcript:

Congressman Ron DeSantis And The Attacks (And His Plans If Senator Rubio Runs For Re-election)

Congressman Ron DeSantis was my guest this morning: Audio: 06-15hhs-desantis Transcript: HH: I’m joined by Congressman Ron DeSantis from the great state of Florida. I know he has been hard hit by this. Congressman, welcome back, good to talk to you. Show More Summary

“I’ll Be Shocked If There Weren’t Others Involved In This,” House Intel Committee Member Chris Stewart On Orlando Massacre

Congressman Chris Stewart spent a dozen years in the Air Force, has written a dozen books including a couple of New York Times’ best-sellers, and is now on the House Permanent Select Committee On Intelligence.  He joined me this morning: Audio: 06-14hhs-stewart Transcript: HH: I am joined by Congressman Chris Stewart, Republican from Utah. Show More Summary

Senator Marco Rubio On The Orlando Terrorist Attack And Radical Islam’s Reach Into America

Florida Senator Marco Rubio joined me on the program this morning to discuss Sunday’s terrorist attack on the gay nightclub in Orlando: Audio: 06-13hhs-rubio Transcript: HH: A second ISIL-affiliated propaganda site claimed responsibility for yesterday’s massacre. Show More Summary

Lowry/Reagan Predict Gingrich-Warren VP Contest

LISTEN HERE: By Mark Green "Woman Hear Me Roar" says Clinton clinching nomination and making some spines tingle. But panel sticks to Trump odds of 5-40% because he's a qualified ignorant bully and she's a qualified smart president. Can...Show More Summary

Weekly Address: Addressing Puerto Rico’s Economic Crisis

WASHINGTON, DC — In this week's address, President Obama discussed the crippling economic crisis harming 3.5 million Americans in Puerto Rico. Today, the island is spending over a third of its tax revenue on debt payments – and on July 1, Puerto Rico is facing another $2 billion in debt payments that it cannot make. Show More Summary

Maclean’s on the Hill: ‘O Canada’ may soon be gender neutral

The Maclean's Ottawa bureau's weekly audio debrief on all things #cdnpoli The post Maclean’s on the Hill: ‘O Canada’ may soon be gender neutral appeared first on

The Bob & Chez Show: Delete Your Account Today's program from our podcasting affiliate, The Bob & Chez Show: Delete Your Account: Hillary is the Presumptive Nominee; Obama Endorses Hillary; Bernie Pledges to Help Hillary...Show More Summary

Philadelphia Is Trying To Connect With Its Least-Heard Residents

“We are finding people who want to have their voices heard.” Imagine you’re the commissioner of your city’s sanitation department (a very common fantasy, I know). You want to know how residents feel about trash pickup, or a new composting program, or street cleaning. To find out, you could go door-to-door, have community meetings or […]

Speaker Paul Ryan On The National Security Context For The 2016 Campaign

Speaker of the House Paul Ryan joined me today to discuss the House GOP’s national security agenda for the future, an agenda that defines the choices ahead in the fall: Audio: 06-10hhs-ryan Transcript: HH: Pleased to welcome back to the program now the Speaker of the United States House of Representative, Paul Ryan. Show More Summary

Congressman Mike Pompeo On Prosecuting The Case Against Hillary Clinton

Congressman Mike Pompeo joined m this morning to discuss Hillary Clinton’s appearance with Bret Baier last night, and the need for Donald Trump to have on his ticket a VP nominee gifted at pressing detailed, specific arguments against...Show More Summary

Lanhee Chen On Whether The GOP Is On The Verge of Mutiny

The Hoover Institution’s Lanhee Chen joined me this morning and we discussed the chaos that is surrounding Team Trump and whether it might lead the GOP to a mutiny against its presumptive nominee: Audio: 06-07hhs-chen Transcript: HH:...Show More Summary

The Bob & Chez Show: Caleefonya Today's program from our podcasting affiliate, The Bob & Chez Show: Caleefonya: The AP Calls the Primaries for Hillary; Bernie's Big Three Options; Superdelegates and Conspiracy Theories;...Show More Summary

Donald Trump is causing major alarm for Republicans again — and they're calling him out

John Kasich has remained mostly quiet since dropping out of the presidential race in May. But he apparently couldn't sit on the sidelines any longer. "Attacking judges based on their race &/or religion is another tactic that divides our country," the Ohio governor tweeted Monday morning. Show More Summary

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