Historical past will not be sort to George W. Bush due to his decisions post-9/11, amongst different issues, however proper now he’s been considerably remodeled within the public eye as a resistance hero. Who would have thought?
If it’s potential for him, it should be potential for others, proper? The New Irregular host Molly Jong-Quick needs to know: Will the identical occur for, say, former and present Donald J. Trump allies?
“Do you suppose this may occur with Trump folks or do you suppose that they’re too poisonous?” she asks visitor Lee Papa, writer of The Impolite Pundit, within the newest episode. “I imply, do you see a ‘Kellyanne Conway come to Jesus second’?”
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“I believe after turning off the entire American Idol followers, Kelly is form of coming to the tip of her expiration date,” Lee responds, together with another alternative descriptions of Trump’s former senior counselor.
To be honest, there are already bizarre issues taking place among the many former president’s supporters. “Tucker Carlson, like, killed Sean Hannity. And nobody observed,” Molly says. And South Dakota’s Kristi Noem “Sarah Palin-ed” herself.
Then! Washington Put up nationwide well being reporter Dan Diamond joins to debate whether or not the non-vaccinated are more likely to change their thoughts and what’s driving the large COVID booster debate amongst prime health-care leaders.
Plus, Mike Duncan, host of The Revolutions podcast, tells us why the present state of U.S. politics appears to be like rather a lot like historical Rome, minus a Newt-icus Gingri-ticus.