The NPR Politics Podcast podcast

The NPR Politics Podcast

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Escalating Israeli-Palestinian violence presents a new hurdle for an administration that has tried to stay laser-focused on its own legislative agenda. And the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has once again updated their guidance: vaccinated people may stop wearing masks in most indoor settings.This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, White House correspondent Ayesha Rascoe, international correspondent Daniel Estrin, and congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell.Connect:Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.Email the show at [email protected] the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.

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Excellent and funLove it.Score: 5/5

Brilliant and entertaining analysisBy far the best source for the presidential race.Score: 5/5

ExcellentI look forward to this brilliant podcast arriving in my feed! Highly recommended 👌.Score: 5/5

At last, an independent view from the US.As a new listener from London, UK. I find these podcasts both refreshing and reassuring. Over here we get a terribly distorted view that there is collusion between the 4th estate and Trump. NPR does not fall into that category. Incisive, diversified and consistent. It’s the last authentic American voice to be heard internationally..Score: 5/5

LeftFar left agenda.Score: 1/5

Excellent!I'm not sure how I would have survived the 2016 election without them. This was the first political podcast I started listening to after I received a new iPod for Christmas. There are now others, but none surpasses NPR. They do extra episodes when something important happens, and it's always a great experience when this icon shows up on my feed. Subscribe now!.Score: 5/5

Great politics podcast.Really enjoy this podcast. As a Brit it's very helpful to hear detailed commentary/analysis on US politics. I've learned a lot!.Score: 5/5

Great showNicely made, timely updates on news and politics. I just wish the show was a bit longer and more in-depth! The takes can feel a little surface level because of the short running time. But that’s a good problem, really, of me wanting more..Score: 4/5

US political issues made understandableAs a brit I like to keep up to date with events in the US. This helps me make sense of the headlines.Score: 5/5

My favourite podcastI'm an Aussie living in the U.K. and feel informed and amused by the US election this year. The team are wonderful with great chemistry. Really enjoy my weekly dose of politics and on good weeks two or three doses. :). Keep it up!.Score: 5/5

I’m done -29/08/20 - that’s it, I’m done with the NPR pod. I’ve just listened to today’s ep; a 20 min pod on the last night of the RNC...but did the hosts discuss the speeches? No! Policies? No? GOP focus? No. Instead three whiny woke white women and their (assume) Hispanic friend discussed the distance between attendees chairs, counted the number of coloured faces in the crowd, the presidents use of a teleprompter!! All essential pieces of national importance! NPR can’t pretend to report news or share information or be a data source, when their hosts offer nothing but woke, liberal, virtue signalling. I listened to NPR to get a balance of news, info and opinion, but I cannot stomach these truly awful pandering, posturing, sycophantic, patronising, ohhh sooo clever pod hosts a minute more. I, like most others, want the news, not the opinions of upper-middle class, college educated, privileged clones. I sincerely hope the America people vote Trump another four years in office in the November elections, just to p1ss off Myra Liasson.... UNSUBSCRIBED..Score: 1/5

Great accessible guide to US politicsI’ve been listening to this show since 2015 and followed it through the crazy election into the somewhat even crazier-ness of today. I love it because it’s the right balance of light and serious, the hosts have great chemistry but mostly it’s a reliable, unbiased and deeply explanatory look at what’s going on in the US and what it all means. I bet a casual observer could get into this very easily because they usually go right from the beginning on a topic which is really helpful even if you’re quite up on it, because things change so quickly!.Score: 5/5

Crash course ...to the left, to the left.Disappointing that NPR is moving away from balanced reporting and repeatedly, increasing, allowing its show hosts to peacock their leftie views - Mara Liasson is the worst (they really need to dump her) but the others are seemingly getting braver in voicing their far left, anti-Trump opinions. I’ll continue listening for the time being, but....stop with biased reporting and story lagging, just stick to the evidence and facts, not your anti/pro ideas. And please get rid of Liasson, the woman’s a talking bag of blah, blah, blah..Score: 2/5

Worth a regular listenProvides a useful overview with some light humor and a positive outlook..Score: 5/5

Terribly biased reportingThis podcast is totally biased towards Hillary . There is no balance it just bashes mr trump . I'm from England and think both candidates are terrible . The podcast I've listened to over this election are all one sided . Shame really ..Score: 1/5

PerfectFascinating podcast full of excellent insight and analysis..Score: 5/5

Great show - good balanceViewed from overseas, this show is entertaining and informative. I understand that many Trump supporters view it as Anti-Trump. It can seem that way - but surely the litmus test is how it balances between the conventional Democrats and Republicans. And there this show seems well balanced. Mr Trump excites strong opinions for & against - accurate factual reporting is the litmus test for him - on which I trust The Economist..Score: 5/5

Politetic discussionsVery good..Score: 5/5

Wonderful Great Wit & WisdomUmmissable! The depth and width of the analysis is impressive, always informative and accessible full of insightful anecdotes and analogies, putting US & world politics into perspective in a non partisan, even handed way with great wit & wisdom. Recommended!.Score: 5/5

Highly recommended!Excellent podcast that keeps me informed about what's going on in US politics. I think it's well catered to people with all levels of understanding of US politics so don't be afraid to give it a listen if you're a newbie to the political news world..Score: 5/5

Excellent informative, entertaining and digestibleA brillioant podcast from a stellar team. Always itneresting, even for a Brit like me..Score: 5/5

Sanity in an insane worldThese guys help make sense of a world in rapid mix-up. Like a life belt in a stormy ocean. I live in the UK and getting voices that make sense from the heart of American politics is calming. Thank you, thank you.Score: 4/5

Great!Very good for keeping up with US politics.Score: 5/5

A staple in my weekly news dietReally appreciate NPRs work... quality content, consistently comprehensive coverage of current affairs. Right amount of depth, varied, well-researched perspectives. Thoroughly enjoy these..Score: 5/5

Consistently GoodThis is the go-to podcast for commentary on the latest in US politics. A must listen if you want to stay informed..Score: 5/5

Excellent PodcastReally good balance and coverage..Score: 5/5

Excellent summary of week's eventsConsistently good and informative, and accessible to those like myself outside of the US. -theseagreenfox.Score: 4/5

Best news analysis team everI am a news junky, Ron Elving and the rest of the team give unbiased reporting and their honest analysis.keep up the good work gals and guys..Score: 5/5

Best politics podcastExcellent coverage, concise and funny.Score: 5/5

Great group dynamic and informativeI'm hooked. I just wished it'd come out more often..Score: 5/5

Great podcastSharp, snappy, knowledgeable contributors.Score: 5/5

Over the pond is listening...Americans are usually too load for me, but you guys are alright ;).Score: 5/5

Mediocre political podcastParticipants are knowledge experts regarding US politics but consistently lack an ability to explore topics beyond the surface..Score: 2/5

Fantastic summary of the weekGreat for a brief summary of the news.Score: 5/5

What’s the pointIn looking at both sides, both sides. Sometimes you have to make a judgment on the objective truth - rather than give cover to liars by repeating those lies unchallenged..Score: 3/5

Too biasThis is way too bias! I may even consider it to be referred to as ‘brainwashing’ people to join the left ideological standpoint..Score: 1/5

GreatI love these guys. Highly recommend.Score: 5/5

Fell of a Quality Cliff EdgeWhy are the candidates that are backed by corporate contributors to NPR get about 2.5x the mentions? Whether it’s an institutional muzzle or lack of journalistic integrity, the result is propaganda. Facebook is a contributor to NPR. — A former long-time listener.Score: 5/5

Best politics podcast there is...And i'm english.Score: 5/5

Rational and accurate.Rational and accurate reporting in an era of spin and bias. As good as it gets..Score: 5/5

Politics as it should be doneThe format is great, making events relatable and putting it all into context. I'll carry on listening after the election. Wish there was a British version.Score: 5/5

Light hearted and Informative Take on US Politics!Discovered the NPR Politics podcast during the 2016 US Presidential election campaign and have tuned in since. The roster of hosts and commentators are excellent at synthesising the deluge of events sweeping the American political scene right now. One thing though - we want more Ron Elving!!.Score: 5/5

Election Day Exit PollsI have concern about Election Day exit polling, and mainstream broadcast networks’ traditional role of ‘calling’ election results on election day. How will these predictions - supposedly based on exit interview results - be made for this election? If we consider that already HALF of the 2020 votes have been cast by remote ballot and in person voting and there are days left to run for more votes to be submitted, then what votes will be left to count from the universe of in-person voting on election day? How can pollsters interview mail-in ballots or early in person voters to get a statistically significant confidence level to factor in that data and better predict the outcome (rhetorical question - they can’t)? Any election calls made on the day that are based on in-person exit interviews from targeted polling stations will be skewed and unrepresentative of the larger voting public. Those calls, if made, will formulate the backbone of any claim to the office of the Presidency and weigh HEAVILY on the public’s perception of who ‘won’ the election - well before the count is complete. We can already see the candidates’ around the nation telegraphing their election day and post election day game plan, and its hinging largely on the widely but erroneously propagated idea that the result ‘must be known on the day’. I’ve not heard anything about this, and hope that it can be addressed and get into the public psyche so we don’t end up with 2000 repeat from the Florida experience, and show the ability to be patient and wait for the true count of all votes to be completed before jumping to any wrong conclusions..Score: 5/5

Cheerfully and clearly presentedI needed help understanding what is happening In US politics and came across this podcast. Now I’m hooked. They do a great job making politics accessible without making it feel dumbed down. Their lovely personalities come through and make it an easy and enjoyable listen..Score: 5/5

Voices of reasonI really appreciate the approach the podcast takes and how it mostly rises above partisan politics reporting. Amazing job, love the podcast- keep doing what you're doing!.Score: 5/5

UK listenerI enjoy the podcasts. Only criticism would be to cut the preamble at the start and add more content. I used to fast forward the first minute, now it’s more like 3 minutes :)..Score: 4/5

Somehow this podcast is deeply comfortingAfter a week or two of regular listening to this podcast, the charm and familiarity of the excellent team of pundits lead one into a sense of "All the politics are making me sad but this cheers me up no end". I'm quite a heavy podcast listener and this is in my top-3. Truly outstanding punditry, a good level of listener-involvement, and the existence of an imaginary close-harmony vocal group made up of the various voices here present combine to create something really worth hearing, every single time. Each of the pundits/presenters soon become trusted and eagerly-awaited voices in your feed - they balance good journalism with a pleasantly upbeaat and informal approach, and it's a really good mix. Get on it. GO VOCALNESS!!.Score: 5/5

Hey y'allI love Tamra Keith. And this podcast..Score: 5/5

Great Show on US PoliticsHigh quality, in-depth look at US politics / current events: you come for the analysis but stay for the hosts. It’s nice to have a show where you get a sense of the reporter’s personalities and you really get feel of what’s going on behind the scenes in the capital..Score: 5/5

Insightful and excellent discussion of mostly US politicsThe NPR Politics Podcast is a really great way of catching up on all the political happenings in the US. I'm a Brit and I find that they always explain things clearly and the whole podcast team provide excellent analysis and comments. Their coverage of last year's presidential election was very good and they've continued in the same vein in analysing the Trump administration. Also, the "Can't Let It Go" segment at the end of the podcast is often quite funny and adds to the whole thing. I really recommend it for anyone with an interest in US politics!.Score: 5/5

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Not what it once wasThis podcast used to be decent but over the years it’s changed from an honest view of politics to a democrat promotion machine. It’s a very typical msm style cherry picked info storytelling..Score: 1/5

Great showVery informative but still engaging.Score: 5/5

Toronto loves you!I’m a long time listener and first time reviewer (also trying to work up the courage to make a time stamp for the show). I’m a politics junky from Toronto, Ontario and I’ve been in love with the NPR Politics podcast since 2016. Please never stop podcasting and consider doing a live show in Buffalo so I can attend (post COVID of course)! And FYI, I talk to you all in my car while I’m driving to and from work (once my coworker called me out on it and I had to lie and say I was talking to my mom through Bluetooth)..Score: 5/5

So biasAnother example of bias journalism. No objectivity. Predetermined narrative..Score: 1/5

An essential listen for this yearI started listening to this podcast after the inauguration. I decided I need to keep track of what is going on in Washington and I found this podcast was the best way to do it. I love all the commentators, everyone is fun, intelligent and insightful. I also like how there are a lot of women in the podcast and would encourage NPR to create more content by different genders and races. Great job guys! I would have been totally lost this confusing and scary years without this podcast.Score: 5/5

SpinelessIt’s painful; this podcast is a waste of everyone’s time. It’s absolutely disingenuous for this podcast to continue to play a game of equality. Do you really believe that what the dems are doing can be compared to the GOP? The false outrage from the right is insulting and your continued allegiance to “showing both sides” is discrediting. Why bother?.Score: 1/5

Absolute Best American Politics SourceSomewhow enlightening and very engaging to both polital junkies and plain old people who want to be better informed. Great balance between bare-bone facts and interpretation, and between different viewpoints on a topic and what they imply. Fair and fact-based. I am addicted..Score: 5/5

Politics done rightFairly neutral and balanced reporting and insight. The content is broken down enough for anyone to understand, but doesn’t sacrifice the details. Hosts are witty and enjoyable to listen to..Score: 5/5

Favourite part of my weekI am Canadian and knew very little about American politics before finding this podcast. I now feel informed and have been inspired to learn more from other sources as well. They do SUCH an amazing job of breaking everything down into manageable ideas and constantly come back to the question of “why this matters” so that everything is woven into a bigger picture. The hosts are intelligent, funny, and kind. Listening to this podcast feels like hanging out with really well-informed friends. My only beef is the recent Walmart ads... like, really??.Score: 5/5

Kowtowing to funding threats.I don't know if has been the threats to their funding but it's been sad to watch as NPR tries to make as little waves as possible against this administration. It really seems like the hosts are neutered from calling out any blatant falsehoods or contradictions while ignoring much of the scandals running rampant from unchecked incompetence and corruption. Their light-hearted coverage of the Barr Memo and Mueller report has done nothing to stop the misinformation and false narratives to truly help inform voters..Score: 2/5

Trump partly shuts border with CanadaThe title of today’s podcast does not seem correct. It sounds more like Trump woke up and decided to shut the border. Both US and Canadian administrations had been working together on that all morning and both countries jointly agreed to shut the border to tourists and shoppers. Delivery trucks are going through. I believe the title should be “Us and Canada agreed to partly ahut the border”. The New York Times put it like that this morning and it sent the proper message..Score: 1/5

Advertising and SubstanceLong listener and love the personalities, but the recent switch to daily has left this podcast feeling thin and lacking the deep dives that used to really interest me. I often feel like I’m listening to Up First for a second time. Also disappointing to see NPR continue to advertise for Facebook. Otherwise, I fully support the work being done here and hope that this feedback will be considered..Score: 4/5

Better than other news outletsI really enjoy this podcast. I feel informed, and like I have the information I need to navigate through my week..Score: 5/5

The best politics podcasts!I was gonna say "one of the best", but that would be incorrect! This is politics news as it should be! Wonderful reporting and witty analysis! The only problem I have is that they don't have enough episodes per week! I wish this was a daily podcast ! Daily ya hear?.Score: 5/5

The Very Best (7 stars!)Smart, funny, engaging, enlightening. The very best source of real information on everything politics in the U.S. Great insights on how our system of government works, very entertaining, and with really very little bias. Opinions are there, but balanced against other opinions. This Podcast is for all of America..Score: 5/5

Double standardSo frustrating to see how the Joe Biden sexual assault scandal is being ignored compared to the Kavanaugh witch hunt. Makes you want to tear your hair out..Score: 2/5

Must listeningThis highly informative, entertaining, and engaging podcast is one of the best. I’ve learned so much about American politics in a balanced and credible way. The journalists on here are some of the smartest storytellers who continue to educate me, now daily!.Score: 5/5

Shallow, silly and juvenileNPR should be ashamed of the drivel that passes for political coverage on this utterly disappointing offering. I’ve given up and unsubscribed - clearly this gaggle of jokers isn’t going to grow up anytime soon..Score: 2/5

Always very pertinentDeep analysis and opinions: always pertinent. Love it, thank you for this awesome show! From MTL QC Canada.Score: 5/5

Informative and balanced prospectiveI am a Canadian listener and I find NPR politics Cast professional, personable, balanced and educational. They highlight the current United States federal political developments and dive at times to state level politics as well. Their daily podcast is a pure joy to listen. In a constantly polarizing world NPR politics is a witty tool to better understand the world of politics and bring us together..Score: 5/5

Too biasedI would like to have a more balanced or at least objective podcast to listen to. They don’t bring up anything contrary to a single narrative..Score: 1/5

Starting to be filled with self-advertisementI used to be a huge fan of this podcast. I still listen to it because there's no other better alternative. Their news coverage is still great and reliable. But now, in EVERY SINGLE episode they ask you to donate donate donate either at the end of the episode or the beginning. It's SO annoying. I'm on the verge of unsubscribing..Score: 3/5

Great podcastLove NPR for objective reporting.Score: 5/5

Great podcastAn entertaining and informative twice weekly political podcast from NPR. Features a guest roundtable and a relatively objective take on the news.Score: 4/5

Very informative and exciting deliveryLoving your coverage, thanks!.Score: 5/5

👌🏼👌🏼👌🏼Critical lens of news as it comes, good weekly summaries for those who just want a quick refresher, and generally entertaining conversations with good chemistry between hosts.Score: 5/5

So close!I’d love to give 5 stars but after giving it due consideration, i realized I had no valid argument against it. So 5 stars it is....Score: 5/5

Thank you!I really appreciate this round-up, I enjoy the commentary and insights. Bravo!.Score: 5/5

NPR has become part of the ResistanceI’m Canadian and up until the last few months have normally enjoyed the podcast immensely going back to the 2016 Primaries. I had been looking for balanced media coverage which is very difficult to do in the current American political context. I soon realized that no one on the podcast would ever have voted Republican never mind Donald J. Trump but stuck with the podcast nevertheless. Now, I’m sorry to say that I’m leaving the podcast and will probably end up much further to the right than I would like to. The gratuitous labeling of Trump as racist shows me that after all of this time, no one at NPR understands the man who I agree is very very deeply flawed. He’s a lot of things but he is not fundamentally racist. He would fire insults against The Squad regardless of their ethnic origins. He’s thin-skinned and childish - nothing more..Score: 2/5

My week will be incomplete without this showI've been listening since almost the beginning and I feel like the hosts are part of my life now..Score: 5/5

Required Weekly New SourceA non partisan look at weekly highlights of the US political system, super fascinating and informative. Go public radio!.Score: 5/5

Former listenerUsed to really enjoy it, but the change to the short daily format makes it seem like the material is less substantive, so I no longer bother with it..Score: 2/5

Consistently outstandingThis is the best way to keep up with US politics, with insightful commentary on Washington goings-on. Love it and NPR!.Score: 5/5

MehShut up about the kids!!!.Score: 2/5

Excellent and funIt's like sitting at a bar with a bunch of friends talking politics, except that everyone knows what they're talking about. Lots of fun, good jokes, and good history to put things in perspective..Score: 5/5

DecentA play-by-play of the above-the-fold stories..Score: 3/5

Can’t live without NPR Politics!This podcast is informative, thoughtful, and bursting with chemistry. It’s like sitting around with your best friends, except your friends here are much smarter than in real life. There have been days where I literally sit in my car refreshing my feed until a new show pops up — I can’t live without it!.Score: 5/5

Insightful and funnyThis is a wonderful podcast. I turn to it in order to learn about politics without getting angry. It’s also a good way to learn about the historical context of issues and the point of view of people who disagree with you. The banter is also excellent. I cannot recommend it enough !.Score: 5/5

FantasticSo great. The hosts do a great job of analyzing political news as it happens and provide great context. Can't wait for every episode to be released..Score: 5/5

I love ALL the hostsSeriously such a quality team with insights that span several presidencies. I’ve learned a lot, and the speakers are super sharp. I selfishly wish the episodes were longer, but it’s just that good.Score: 5/5

Informative but.....Too afraid to call out a racist and xenophobic administration for what it is, racist and xenophobic..Score: 1/5

Best politics podcast.I constantly check my podcast feed to see if there’s a new episode from this show. The hosts make this an entertaining and informative politics show. It is very tight! The hosts don’t waste air space. It doesn’t sound like they are reading from scripts. It sounds like they are actually conversing with each other. I listen to other politics podcasts and none of them are as tight (I.e., succinct, to the point, dense) as this show. And CLIG is fun. I love hearing what Ayesha is going to select. I’m a Canadian and not obsessed with American politics. I mostly just love this podcast..Score: 5/5

My favorite podcastI listen to 30 different podcasts and about 10 of them are to do with politics. NPR Politics Podcast is my favorite all around. They present the facts in a knowledgable and enjoyable way. 11/10 awesome. Keep doing what your doing...unless you want to do it 5 times a week, I'd be okay with that too ;-).Score: 5/5

Deadnaming ManningApril 11th podcast Did he just deadname Chelsea Manning? That’s not okay.Score: 1/5

Simply a great podcastThis is the one podcast that I always prioritize listening to, I’ve learned so much about American politics from this show. I preferred the format where it wasn’t every day, but it’s still very good..Score: 5/5

Good work y'allA great source of clear information to keep track of all the most recent political developments in the US. Reporting is feels largely unbiased and fair (I'm sure consumers of Breitbart will disagree though)–on-air corrections are announced within a week. I do miss Sam Sanders' voice on the pod though!.Score: 5/5

Talk about Andrew Yang!They never, ever, talk about Andrew Yang unless they are trying to mock him..Score: 1/5

BanalThe podcasters obviously are very well informed but are afraid to take real stances on issues..Score: 2/5

Partisan leftist drivel.Biased and one sided discussion. Pass if you're sick of the typical anti American speak from democrats..Score: 1/5

Missing Anna mariaI LOVED the current with Anna Maria. It was smooth, insightful, tough but emphatic. I find Matt Galloway to be stiff, unemotional, and an uninspiring host. Sigh..Score: 2/5

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The NPR Politics Podcast Podcast Episodes

Weekly Roundup: May 14th

Escalating Israeli-Palestinian violence presents a new hurdle for an administration that has tried to stay laser-focused on its own legislative agenda. And the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has once again updated their guidance: vaccinated people may stop wearing masks in most indoor settings.This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, White House correspondent Ayesha Rascoe, international correspondent Daniel Estrin, and congressional correspondent Kelsey Snell.Connect:Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.Email the show at [email protected] the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.

Fuel Squeeze And Inflation Marker Could Create Trouble For Biden—If They Last

The president said the country's fuel supply will return to normal soon and that there was no cause for a run on gas stations. And a consumer goods price spike could give Republicans an easy-to-explain reason to oppose the president's high-dollar infrastructure bill. This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, White House correspondent Ayesha Rascoe, and national political correspondent Mara Liasson.Connect:Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.Email the show at [email protected] the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.

House Republicans Oust Liz Cheney After Persistent Criticism of Donald Trump

She served as the Republican Conference Chair, the third-ranking leadership position among Republicans in the House. She intends to remain in Congress and says her criticism of Trump will continue.This episode: White House correspondent Ayesha Rascoe, congressional correspondent Susan Davis, and senior political editor and correspondent Ron Elving.Connect:Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.Email the show at [email protected] the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.

Biden Wants $10 Billion To Put Young People To Work On Environmental Projects

The president's Civilian Climate Corps proposal is a reboot of a New Deal era program that employed young men to build trails, parks, and other nature projects. While it is hard to say what will get through Congress, the initiative appears popular with a diverse set of voters.SEE PHOTOS OF NATE'S TRIPThis episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, White House correspondent Scott Detrow, and national correspondent Nate Rott.Connect:Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.Email the show at [email protected] the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.

At Florida's Retirement Xanadu, GOP Firebrands Lead Their Own Trump Rally

House Republican bomb throwers Marjorie Taylor Greene and Matt Gaetz threw a rally at The Villages retirement community in Florida this weekend. It showcased how the Republican Party's base has dropped its ideological core to define itself by loyalty to Trump, even after his defeat.This episode: White House correspondent Tamara Keith, demographics and culture reporter Danielle Kurtzleben, and national political correspondent Mara Liasson.Connect:Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.Email the show at [email protected] the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.

Weekly Roundup: May 7th

Wyoming Representative Liz Cheney currently sits as the third highest ranking Republican in the House, but that may not last long. She's at odds with her party over one thing: that former President did in fact lose the election. A rising star and Trump loyalist is now poised to take her position. Plus, as Biden punts on immigration reform, activists worry that no substantial change will come during his term.This episode: political reporter Juana Summers, congressional correspondent Susan Davis, and White House correspondent Franco Ordoñez.Connect:Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.Email the show at [email protected] the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.

Patents Are Just One Piece Of The Global Vaccine Manufacturing Problem

Technical expertise and supply chains shortages will pose huge challenges for global manufactures hoping to manufacture coronavirus vaccines, despite President Biden's support in waiving patents. Plus, how to convince more Americans to get vaccinated.This episode: political correspondent Juana Summers, White House correspondent Tamara Keith, and pharmaceutical correspondent Sydney Lupkin.Connect:Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.Email the show at [email protected] the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.

Trump's Facebook Ban Remains, For Now

Facebook's moderation board has upheld the company's decision to suspend Donald Trump's account because of posts expressing support for rioters, though the board says Facebook should determine whether or not the ban is permanent within six months.This episode: political correspondent Juana Summers, tech correspondent Shannon Bond, and senior political editor and correspondent Domenico Montanaro.Connect:Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.Email the show at [email protected] the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.

Dems To Justice Breyer: Retire From Supreme Court While We Control Senate

Reeling from the political fallout after Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's death, some liberal groups are pushing for Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer to retire from the high court while Democrats control the nomination and confirmation process.This episode: political correspondent Juana Summers, demographics and culture reporter Danielle Kurtzleben, and legal affairs correspondent Nina Totenberg.Connect:Subscribe to the NPR Politics Podcast here.Email the show at [email protected] the NPR Politics Podcast Facebook Group.Listen to our playlist The NPR Politics Daily Workout.Subscribe to the NPR Politics Newsletter.Find and support your local public radio station.

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