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Congresswoman Elsie Stefanik: Common Sense Will Prevail In Impeachment Hearings

New York Representative Elsie Stefanik, member of the House intelligence committee, stopped into The Cats Roundtable to give her take from inside the impeachment hearings—why the charges leveled at the President don’t amount to impeachment—along with what she hopes the future of the impeachment process will reveal. Representative Stefanik was...

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Ambassador John Negroponte: The Winter of (Popular) Discontent

Ambassador John Negroponte joined The Cats Roundtable this Sunday to give a brief, but spectacular, tour of the international news, including his forecast on the rise of popular protests, movements, and violent unrest around the globe. Closest to home, with the death of nine American citizens in Mexico as cartel...

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Steve Moore: When The Economy Can’t Get Any Better, It Does

“28,000 on the Dow, all-time highs!” Catsimatidis exclaimed as Steve Moore joined The Roundtable to discuss the latest news from the stock market, as well as the good news unfolding in China-US trade talks, and what this means for the President, the economy, and all Americans going forward. “Every time...

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Donald Trump Jr.: The First Son Takes On Triggered Culture

Donald Trump Jr. checked in with The Cats Roundtable to discuss the release of his new book Triggered this week and share his take on the media and “woke culture”, why President Trump’s policies are working for all Americans, as well as what he hopes readers and listeners can...

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Toronto Mayor John Tory: Toronto Welcomes the Talent

Toronto Mayor John Tory joined The Cats Roundtable to highlight the success of Canada’s largest city this Sunday, including Toronto’s approach to dealing with sustainability, immigration, homelessness, and how to square the growth of companies like Uber and Airbnb. Mayor Tory is unambiguous about the root of Toronto’s growth. “I...

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Senator David Perdue: America First, Not America Alone

Senator David Perdue of Georgia sat down with The Roundtable to share his take on China following his visit to Beijing, his optimism for the future, and how to fix Washington. Senator Perdue, the former CEO of Reebok, admitted to The Roundtable that Washington is “the most frustrating place I’ve...

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Congressman Lee Zeldin: Democrats Close the Door; Republicans Open It

Congressman Lee Zeldin returned to The Roundtable this Sunday to discuss his insider’s take on the latest items from the HIll, as well as to give his case for transparency in the Washington process. More than two dozen congressional Republicans entered a closed-door witness deposition of a Pentagon official, related...

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FL Lt. Gov Jeanette Nuñez: Florida and the Bold Agenda Forward

Florida Lt. Governor Jeanette Nuñez joined The Roundtable in New York to help uncover why so many are packing up and moving to the Sunshine state. “Under Governor DeSantis, Florida is absolutely moving in the right direction,” the Lt. Governor declared, reflecting that Florida’s low tax rates, backpedal business regulations,...

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Newt Gingrich: “What Pelosi’s Done is a Total Mockery”

Former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich joined The Cat’s Roundtable to give his candid take on the latest from Washington, as well as to talk about the release of his upcoming book, Trump Vs. China.             But first, Gingrich offers his analysis on the impeachment inquiry into Donald Trump.  He...

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Sebastian Gorka: Can the Great Experiment Last?

Sebastian Gorka, former White House Deputy Assistant, tuned into The Cats Roundtable to discuss his new book, The War for America’s Soul, as well as to share what he sees as the long-term agenda in progressive thinking, and the policies of Democrats he finds infringing on the American experiment. Citing...

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Steve Bannon: Step Up and Make a Play

Stephen Bannon called in to The Cats Roundtable this Sunday to sound off from the Athens Democracy Forum that occurred this weekend.  He offered his take on new developments about US trade talks with China, corporate pullback from the Hong Kong protests, and the impeachment inquiry into President Trump. In...

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James Stavridis: Big Brother At Its Worst

Retired Admiral and former NATO Supreme Allied Commander James Stavridis called into the Cats Roundtable to offer some solutions and predictions for the Hong Kong protests, North Korean nuclear negotiations and heightening Saudi Iranian Middle East tensions. Stavridis began by highlighting the latest phase of violence and surveillance against the...

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Steve Moore: Can a Recession Be Squelched? Never Say Never

Steve Moore, writer, economic policy expert, and former member of the Wall Street Journal editorial board brings his perspective this Sunday to the Cats Roundtable, with an update on the latest September jobs report and why he doesn’t buy into recession fears. The job report, released this Friday, indicated the...

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Sarah Sanders on Ukraine “Witch Hunt”

This Sunday, September 29, Sarah Sanders joined The Cats Roundtable to share some of her insight as former White House Press Secretary into this week’s politics. Reacting to the big news out of Washington, with impeachment inquiries launched this Tuesday into President Trump, Sanders reasons that the inquiry follows “the...

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