Join Jim and Greg as they credit Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley for releasing the $10 million bribery allegation against Joe and Hunter Biden that the FBI and Justice Department have refused to investigate for years. They also respond to new polling showing that there could be considerable support for a third party presidential candidate in 2024 but that President Biden would still hold a comfortable lead. Finally, they roll their eyes as White House National Security Council Spokesman John Kirby says he saw absolutely nothing concerning or confusing in Biden’s meeting with the Israeli president this week.
Join Jim and Greg as they dissect the reversal of the Biden retirement narrative and now Democrats seem to be unifying behind an unpopular president in decline. It might be the GOP’s best chance to win, but it’s no guarantee. They also shake their heads as the Biden administration offers no response to the protests in China and Canada’s Justin Trudeau finds protests designed to change public policy to be “worrisome.” And they wade into the battle to lead the Republican National Committee, assessing the candidacies of current chairman Ronna McDaniel, New York Rep. Lee Zeldin, and My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell. And they bid farewell to one of the great actors from “Die Hard.”
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