Who Won Tuesday Night’s Debate? Political Strategists Republican Alice Stewart (@alicetweet) and Democrat Bill Press (@BillPressPod) join Here & Now’s Robin Young to weigh in on Tuesday night’s Democratic candidate debate and the latest on impeachment. Listen here.
President Trump claims he’s not intimidated by the charges against him, calling them “impeachment-lite.” But does the narrow scope of the impeachment articles unveiled yesterday give political cover to the thirty-one House Democrats from districts that Trump won in 2016? Plus, the intense partisan divide in Washington subsumes the Inspector General’s report about the investigation
Republican strategist Alice Stewart (@alicetweet) and Democratic strategist Adrienne Elrod (@adrienneelrod) join Here & Now’s Robin Young and Tonya Mosley to discuss how lawmakers in their parties are positioning themselves ahead of the next steps on impeachment. Listen here>Listen here.
Republican strategist Alice Stewart (@alicetweet) and Democratic strategist Bill Press (@BillPressPod) join Here & Now’s Jeremy Hobson and Peter O’Dowd to discuss the latest moves on impeachment from House Democrats and the White House. Listen here
They met in a college bookstore in rural Arkansas over a $10 used book transaction nearly three decades ago. Mitch Wright soon married Shannon Williams. They had a son, and Shannon became a devoted schoolteacher. Their storybook tale came to a tragic end on March 24, 1998, when Shannon Wright and four students were gunned
(CNN)The much-anticipated showdown between Silicon Valley and Washington, DC, is center stage this week, as Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg testifies before House and Senate panels about the mishandling of Facebook data. Senator John Thune opened Tuesday’s Senate hearing by urging Zuckerberg to ensure his dream “doesn’t become a privacy nightmare” for millions of Americans. I
(CNN) Voters in The Cotton State listened to native son Charles Barkley and drew a line in the sand. They showed the country that they are not “a bunch of damn idiots” and sent the message that policy is one thing, but the quality of the candidate is more important. On Tuesday, voters chose to
Fall 2019 Alice Stewart is a CNN Political Commentator, Communications Consultant, veteran Senior Communications Advisor on numerous presidential campaigns and an Emmy Award winning journalist.Alice Stewart
Alice StewartFall 2019 Resident Fellows Include LaTosha Brown, Bob Cohn, Deesha Dyer, Senator Jeff Flake, Vice President Isabel Saint Malo, and Alice Stewart.