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James Carville: “Anybody’s Guess” If Election Will Happen in November

As the coronavirus continues to reroute American life, the business-as-usual routine of politics remains up in the air. With the Democratic Convention possibly postponed, and growing calls for Bernie Sanders to exit the race for favorite Joe Biden, Democrats are eyeing the election this November with increasing apprehension. Democratic analyst James...

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Dr. Ian Lipkin: “I Just Know What We Need to Do” to Fight Pandemic

Dr. Ian Lipkin, professor of Epidemiology, and Director of the Center of Infection and Immunity at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health, joined The Cats Roundtable to address the treatments being tested to confront the coronavirus. Dr. Lipkin, who came down with the coronavirus in New York himself, after...

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Former Speaker Newt Gingrich: This is Not a Permanent Detour

The coronavirus has mixed into nearly every corner of the world, but leaders like President Trump are worried that the response, including mass shelter-in-place orders, the closing of businesses, and the shutting down of industries, could hit the economy worse than the pandemic. With markets rattled, healthcare systems stretched...

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Stephen Moore: Long-Term Solutions to Keep This a Short-Term Crisis

Tens of millions of Americans have been put under shelter-in-place orders as coronavirus cases continue to rise. States and cities have shuttered businesses and restricted non-essential travel to limit the spread of the virus. As of Friday, the CDC reported 15,219 coronavirus cases in the U.S. Congress and the White...

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Mayor Rudy Giuliani: We Need Public Officials like Catsimatidis

Following a roller-coaster week on Wall Street brought on by the apprehension of the coronavirus, President Trump declared a national emergency and tweeted his support for a bipartisan aid package in Congress that will free up resources for Americans. The President’s declaration and the activity in Washington came as ordinary...

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Gordon Chang: A Time for Self-Sufficiency

Doubtless, the world has changed over the last thirty days. As the coronavirus escaped China to cripple countries from South Korea to Italy, people all over the world are often left in the dark as they deal with disruptions to every level of daily life. Gordon Chang, attorney, columnist, and...

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Steve Moore: Keeping An Eye On The Long-Term

This past Friday, the latest jobs report said employers had added 273,000 jobs this February, while the unemployment rate remained at a 3.5 percent, 50-year low. Friday Morning, Director of the National Economic Council, Larry Kudlow, announced the jobs report showed a “sturdy economy.” The news came as the novel...

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Dr. Mehmet Oz: Americans Come Together In Times of Crisis

As of Sunday, the total number of global coronavirus cases surpassed 105,000, including 3,500 fatalities, with at least 400 cases in the U.S. Congress approved $8.3 billion to fund a public response to the virus, while New York Governor Cuomo declared a state of emergency on Saturday. Dr. Mehmet Oz...

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Newt Gingrich: “Sanders 2020” Terrifies Democrats

Last week President Trump named Vice President Pence to head his administration’s efforts against the coronavirus, allotting 2.5 billion dollars to combat the novel virus. The President faced almost immediate backlash from Democratic lawmakers, with Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer accusing the President of “hiding the truth.” Newt Gingrich told...

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Admiral James Stavridis: Optimistic About American Standing

Former Head of NATO Admiral James Stavridis sat down with The Cats Roundtable to give his take on the latest news out of the middle east, including a peace deal in Afghanistan between the US and the Taliban, tentatively ending America’s longest war. He also broke down the tensions...

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NJ Representative Jeff Van Drew: The Democratic Party Left Me

New Jersey Congressman Jeff Van Drew joined The Cats Roundtable to explain how his blue-dog values have found a home in the GOP, and why he’s still got his eye on bridging the aisle. Even in his early political career, Van Drew describes himself as a “blue-dog Democrat,” building “good...

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Mayor Rudy Giuliani: Democrats Are Falling Apart

Following the acquittal of President Trump in his impeachment trial earlier this month, four federal prosecutors resigned from the case against Roger Stone after the Justice Department recommended reduced sentencing guidelines for the former Trump associate. Stone had been accused of obstruction, making false statements, and witness tampering, and,...

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Dick Morris: In Democratic Primaries, Bloomberg Has a Chance

The Democratic Primary race is in full swing, starting this Sunday, with two more Democratic debates until Super Tuesday. As the race grows tighter, political strategist, pollster, and commentator, Dick Morris, joined The Cats Roundtable to share his research into the primaries, what the current results mean for the...

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Professor Alan Dershowitz: Democrats Shoot Themselves In The Foot

The Senate acquitted Trump this past Wednesday, but the impact of the impeachment trial is just getting started. Harvard Law Professor Alan Dershowitz caused the ire of Democrats for his defense of the President during the trial. Senate Minority Leader Schumer rebuked Dershowitz, claiming that Dershowitz would have argued against...

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Steve Moore: Don’t Sell Your Stocks, Folks

The coronavirus outbreak in China rattled global markets last week, before seeming to stabilize as the virus was declared a global health emergency by the World Health Organization on Friday. The death toll from the new virus rose over 300 this Sunday, and President Trump signed an order barring...

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Former Australia PM Tony Abbott: Australia and U.S. Close In Spirit

Tony Abbott, former Prime Minister of Australia, joined The Cats Roundtable to brief listeners on the wildfires in Australia, why the United States and Australia remain close in spirit, and what a new U.S.-China trade deal could learn from Australia’s relationship with China. “I think it’s important to remind the...

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Dr. Joshua Hare: Can Stem Cell Therapy Stop Aging?

Founding Director of the University of Miami Interdisciplinary Stem Cell Institute at Miller School of Medicine, Dr. Joshua Hare, joined The Cats Roundtable to talk about the progress in the field of stem cell research, and why stem cells could be an answer for diseases with unmet needs. The ISCI...

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Larry Kudlow: 2020 Will Be For Everyday Americans

Larry Kudlow, Director of the National Economic Council, joined The Cats Roundtable this Sunday to discuss President Trump’s vision for the economy in 2020. From trade deals with China to surging consumer confidence, Kudlow gives the case for economic growth this election year. In 2019, the stock market saw a...

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Ed Cox: Let’s Not Go Down This Path Again

Ed Cox, former chairman of the New York State Committee and son-in-law of former President Nixon, joined The Cats Roundtable to compare and contrast the impeachment of President Trump and the impeachment inquiries into President Nixon. The impeachment articles of President Trump are expected to reach a vote in the...

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Dr. Sebastian Gorka: Vote To Stop A Silent Coup

With the Inspector General's report into the Russia investigation out, Dr. Sebastian Gorka, former Deputy Assistant to President Trump, joined The Cats Roundtable to discuss the fallout, as well as give his case as to why you should get out and vote in the historical 2020 presidential elections. He...

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Assistant to the President Peter Navarro: A Bull Market for 2020

With the new year around the corner, The Cats Roundtable is asking: What Will Happen in 2020? Assistant to the President and Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy, Peter Navarro came in to give his forecasts on the bulls. This past year’s jobs’ reports have been the best they’ve been,...

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Dr. Carter Page: Damage Done By FISA Courts “Incalculable”

Last week, a Justice Department’s Inspector General created a report into the Russia investigation that railed the FISA documents filed against former Trump campaign associate Dr. Carter Page.  Those filings, beginning in the fall of 2016, according to Inspector General Michael Horowitz, contained 17 flaws and omissions. Attorney General...

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Newt Gingrich: A Word of Thanks for All Americans

Joining The Cats Roundtable from the Vatican this pre-Christmas Sunday is former Speaker of the House, Newt Gingrich. He railed the impeachment of President Trump, discussed the appeal of the Democratic presidential candidates, and gave his case as to why listeners should pick up his new book, Trump vs....

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Congressman Lee Zeldin: Democrats Throwing 2020 Chances Under the Bus

This Friday, the House Judiciary Committee took the historic step of passing articles of impeachment against the President. Simultaneously, Washington, in a reversal of its present deadlock, seems bent on cleaning the legislative slate by the end of the year. New York Representative Lee Zeldin checked in with The...

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Gordon Chang: On the Front Lines of Freedom

On Friday, the U.S. and China announced phase 1 of a trade deal, giving a glimpse into the end of the trade war sought by both countries. The Chinese announced it would cut tariffs on $360 billion of U.S. goods, with commitments to purchase U.S. agriculture, while the U.S....

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Congressman Peter King: Democrats Spinning the Wheels

Congressman Peter King checked back into The Cats Roundtable following the announcement this Thursday by Speaker Pelosi calling for the drafting of the articles of impeachment against President Trump. He gave his case on why the average American is against impeachment, and how Democrats are stonewalling important legislation in...

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Alan Dershowitz: Can’t Impeach On Basis of This Record Alone

This Sunday Alan Dershowitz joined The Cats Roundtable in the wake of a week of meetings at the House Judiciary Committee, and Thursday's announcement from House Speaker Nancy Pelosi that she would inform the committees to draft articles of impeachment against President Trump. Dershowitz spoke about the impeachment process,...

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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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