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Politicking with Larry King is an apt title to this program. In it, Larry sits with celebrities and talks politics and current events (personal and national) that affect U.S. politics. The celebrities range from those in politics and those who have either written about or starred in/produced/written movies and/or plays about our government.

As per normal with Larry, the set is comfortable, just as he is with his guests. He sets up the interview at the outset with where he is going to lead it and he goes straight to key questions. While he inserts his own views via the questions he asks, he is honestly curious about his guest's ideas and assumptions about current events. He is a prepared host, having read the guest's book or watched their movie and, while he may have a list of questions, he courteously listens to his guests and forms questions from their answers.

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June 13, 2013
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Politicking with Larry King Full Episode Guide

  • Former State Department official Joel Rubin tells Larry why he thinks the Trump administration is moving toward a new Cold War with China. And, former Ted Cruz advisor Chris Wilson outlines the path for Republicans to maintain control of the Senate.

  • Former Representatives Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) and Joe Walsh (R-IL) join Larry to discuss Congress' logjam over a new coronavirus relief package for Americans, and a look at the 2020 White House race.

  • Attorney General Bill Barr says he's an impartial administrator of the law. Critics say otherwise. A former Whitewater prosecutor offers his take. And, Breitbart's Joel Pollack tells Larry why he believes Big Tech is trying to crush free speech.

  • Conservative scholar Arthur Brooks tells Larry why he believes capitalism will find the solution to the COVID-19 pandemic. And, a critical assessment of the nation's coronavirus testing from emergency physician Rick Pescatore.

  • Larry talks with legendary sportscaster Bob Costas about the intersection of politics and sports in America and why it seems more prevalent now than ever before.

  • Larry talks with former Deputy Secretary of Labor Chris Lu about the stalling economic recovery in the U.S. Plus, why he thinks America's economy will continue to suffer until late 2021.

  • Larry talks with Dr. Drew Pinsky, who sides with the American Academy of Pediatrics in calling for schools to reopen for in-class learning. Plus, Dr. Drew's take on flying during the Covid-19 pandemic.

  • Larry talks with Geraldo Rivera about being friends with Donald Trump, why he doesn't believe the claims of Russian bounties on U.S. troops, and why he thinks Trump's presidency will be viewed "more moderately" than critics suggest.

  • Former Representative Bob Barr (R-GA) joins Larry with reaction to the intelligence leak of alleged Russian bounties on U.S. troops. Plus, Hurricane Katrina commander Russel HonorĂ© rips Donald Trump's response to BLM protestors.

  • Larry talks with former Trump insider Anthony Scaramucci about the president's troubled Tulsa rally. And, the real reason for his fallout with Trump. Then, reaction to John Bolton's claim that Donald Trump asked China's Xi Jinping for reelection help.

  • Larry talks with pollster Frank Luntz about Donald Trump's dwindling poll numbers and why his 'law and order' rhetoric in response to massive protests may backfire on the president.

  • "Insecure" star Kendrick Sampson speaks out on his fight for racial justice and defunding the police, and what it's like to be shot with rubber bullets while protesting. And, former Republican Congressman Joe Walsh on his Anti-Trump book, "F*ck Silence."

  • Personal finance expert Suze Orman offers advice on surviving these tough economic times. Plus, Jerry Springer weighs in on Donald Trump vs. Joe Biden and his favorite to be Biden's running mate.

  • Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Bill Richardson joins Larry for a discussion on the push to "defund" some police departments, America's current standing in the world, and Joe Biden's potential V.P. picks.

  • Former L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa sounds off on Donald Trump's response to the nationwide protests and rioting. Then, Breitbart's Joel Pollack tells Larry why he thinks Twitter is on a slippery slope after fact-checking the president's tweets.

  • Larry talks with Republican former New York Governor George Pataki about state and federal government response to COVID-19. Then, reporter John Stossel on the "silver lining" he's discovered during quarantine.

  • Gauging the Impact of US-China Tensions On the Fight Against COVID-19

  • Larry talks with Republican former governor of New Jersey Chris Christie about "Obamagate," reopening the U.S., his push for D.C. to help bailout the states, Trump's chances for re-election and his own possible return to politics.

  • Larry talks with Court TV's Vinnie Politan about the "unprecedented" wave of coronavirus-related lawsuits heading toward the U.S. court system. Plus, actor Dean Cain on why he thinks so much of Hollywood is against Donald Trump.

  • Larry talks with Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodwin about her call to end the city's shutdown despite the COVID-19 pandemic. Plus, the mayor responds to that controversial interview with CNN's Anderson Cooper and a recall effort to remove her from office.

  • Should U.S. businesses be immune from coronavirus-related lawsuits? Larry discusses the topic with former Congressman Bill McCollum (R-FL). Then, Joe Lieberman weighs in on Donald Trump's re-election chances, and Joe Biden's future V.P. pick.

  • Former Sen. Joe Lieberman joins Larry to discuss assault allegations against Joe Biden and Donald Trump's coronavirus response. Plus, legal expert Dan Abrams reacts to Mitch McConnell's pledge to protect businesses from COVID-19 lawsuits.

  • Larry talks with former U.S. Senate Majority Leader Bill Frist (R-TN), who in 2005 predicted a coronavirus-like pandemic, about the need to dramatically increase COVID-19 testing before safely re-opening the U.S. economy.

  • With nearly one million cases of coronavirus in the U.S, is it too soon to reopen some states for business? Larry explores the topic. Then, The Rubin Report's Dave Rubin takes on the progressive movement in his new release, "Don't Burn This Book."

  • Larry talks with White House adviser Stephen Moore about the health of the U.S. economy during the COVID-19 pandemic, including his warning of a surging jobless rate. And, he addresses his controversial statement about civil rights icon Rosa Parks.

  • Constitutional expert Alan Dershowitz breaks down the states' vs. federal government's powers in the time of COVID-19. Plus, Barack Obama's former head of Medicare/Medicaid services sounds off on Donald Trump's plan to withhold W.H.O. funding.

  • Larry talks with pollster Frank Luntz about the U.S. presidential race, Biden's top picks for a running mate, and how the coronavirus pandemic is impacting the 2020 campaign. Then, an ER doctor describes the battle on the COVID-19 frontlines.

  • Larry talks with Dr. Mehmet Oz about his controversial advocacy for the anti-malarial drug hydroxychloroquine in the fight against COVID-19.

  • Larry talks with "Common Good" founder Philip K. Howard who's calling for a post-pandemic "Recovery Authority" charged with removing bureaucratic hurdles to restart the U.S. economy. Plus, "Bar Rescue" host Jon Taffer on saving the food services industry.

  • Former Congressman Bob Barr (R-GA) tells Larry why he faults the Centers for Disease Control for the Trump administration's slow initial response to the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Larry talks with Dr. Drew Pinsky, who offers his critical take on media coverage of the coronavirus pandemic. Then, nine-time Olympic gold medal winner Carl Lewis on postponing the Tokyo Summer Games.

  • Larry talks with former Deputy Labor Secretary Chris Lu about the toll COVID-19 is taking on the U.S. economy. Then, are Donald Trump's daily briefings helping or hurting the government's pandemic response? Commentator Bill Press offers his take.

  • The Young Turks' Cenk Uygur joins Larry with his take on the Biden v. Sanders race and the U.S. government's response to the COVID-19 outbreak. Plus, why he thinks Elizabeth Warren should be the Democratic vice presidential nominee.

  • Larry talks with Asia expert Gordon Chang and former Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-FL) about the U.S response to the COVID-19 pandemic. Then, attorney Trent Copeland reacts to the first coronavirus-related lawsuit against a cruise line.

  • Larry talks with economist Michael Szanto and political panelists about how the coronavirus is disrupting the U.S. economy and impacting 2020 politics.

  • Larry talks with veteran campaign manager Susan Estrich and former White House spokesman Reed Dickens about the state of the Democratic party in this turbulent election cycle and its impact on Donald Trump's re-election bid.

  • Larry talks with economist Max Wolff and GOP insider Alex Vogel about the economic and political impact of the coronavirus epidemic.

  • Pollster Frank Luntz tells Larry that Donald Trump's re-election hopes could be dashed if the U.S. economy suffers from the global economic impact of the coronavirus. Plus, his take on the Democratic primary race.

  • Should former Trump adviser Roger Stone be granted a new trial after questions arise over a juror who found him guilty? Host of "America's Lawyer" Mike Papantonio discusses the topic with Larry.

  • Democratic former L.A. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa tells Larry why he's throwing his support behind Mike Bloomberg for president. Plus, his take on the California homeless crisis.

  • Mark Green, who ran against Mike Bloomberg in New York City's 2001 mayoral race, tells Larry why he's filing a complaint with the Federal Election Commission against Bloomberg News.

  • Former GOP congressman and three-time presidential candidate Ron Paul joins Larry with his take on Donald Trump's foreign policy and Senate acquittal. Plus, why he still thinks Tulsi Gabbard is the best candidate in the 2020 race.

  • Democrats seem to be in disarray while President Trump enjoys a post-impeachment boost in approval. The Nation's Katrina vanden Heuvel and former Obama Dep. Labor Sec. Chris Lu join Larry with analysis.

  • Comedian Maz Jabroni joins Larry with his take on the impeachment saga, the 2020 race, and how his comedy has changed in the era of Donald Trump. Plus, a look at his latest movie, "A Simple Wedding."

  • Will Donald Trump emerge from the impeachment saga stronger than before? Former congressmen Chris Shays (R-CT) and Dennis Kucinich (D-OH) join Larry with their take.

  • Russia probe figure George Papadopoulus, reacts to an Inspector General's report about FBI FISA warrant abuses. Larry talks with Breitbart's Joel Pollack and a former member of Ken Starr's Clinton investigation team about the impeachment witness battle.

  • Larry talks politics with actor Richard Schiff, who says he's "loyal to Joe Biden," and opines Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren can do more for the progressive agenda by remaining in the Senate. Plus, a look inside his hit ABC drama, "The Good Doctor."

  • Larry goes one-on-one with constitutional scholar and member of President Trump's legal defense team Alan Dershowitz, who explains why his views on impeachment have changed from those he previously held during Bill Clinton's Senate trial.

  • Larry talks with former representatives Bob Barr (R-GA) and Bill McCollum (R-FL), who were managers of Bill Clinton's impeachment case, about the start of Donald Trump's Senate impeachment trial.

  • With Donald Trump's impeachment trial set to begin next week, Larry talks with legal and political experts about what to expect next. Plus, a look at the framework of the US-China trade agreement.

  • Former Democratic vice presidential nominee Joe Lieberman tells Larry why he gives "high marks" to Donald Trump's Iran policy. Plus, his take on the Senate impeachment trial and the 2020 Democratic primary race.

  • Middle east and foreign policy experts join Larry for analysis of the U.S.-Iran showdown. Plus, will senate Republicans win a dismissal of Donald Trump's impeachment trial? Larry talks with a former U.S. attorney who thinks its possible.

  • Former Senator Bob Graham (D-FL), who co-authored the 9/11 Commission's final report, sounds off on the killing of Iran's general Qassem Soleimani, and explains why he thinks the U.S. is now "less safe" because of it.

  • Larry talks with radio host Dennis Prager, who says free speech is under attack on America's colleges and universities. And, discusses the film, "No Safe Spaces," in which he co-stars.

  • Stephen Cohen on how impeachment battle is impacting US-Russia relations

  • Impartial Senate trial unlikely as impeachment drama unfolds

  • Can the Senate deliver an impeachment trial of Trump that everyone considers fair? Larry talks with Breitbart News' Joel Pollack, democratic strategist Zach Friend and a former member of Ken Starr's Clinton investigation team.

  • Will impeaching Donald Trump cost democrats in 2020? Larry talks with political experts, including a former congresswoman who voted to impeach President Richard Nixon.

  • Is impeachment of Donald Trump all but inevitable at this point? Larry talks with former GOP Congressmen Bill McCollum, who managed the impeachment of Bill Clinton, and Joe Walsh, who's challenging Trump for the 2020 Republican nomination.

  • Larry talks with commentator Bill Press and a panel of experts about the latest in the impeachment inquiry process, including the aftermath of the testimony of Constitutional scholars.

  • Actor Omar Epps joins Larry for a discussion on prison reform, the 2020 Democratic field and why he thinks Donald Trump will win reelection. Plus, an inside look at his new sci-fi thriller, "3022."

  • Larry talks with political and legal experts about the aftermath of the public impeachment hearings, including conspiracies being pushed by the president and some of his supporters.

  • Democratic former Congressman Dennis Kucinich, who twice ran for president, urges his party to halt the impeachment push and let 2020 voters decide Trump's political fate. And, Larry hears from political experts on the impact of Sondland's testimony.

  • Former Whitewater prosecutor Stephen Binhak and attorney Mark Green join Larry for a look at week two of the public impeachment hearings. Then, former Obama staffer Chris Lu's take on the ex-president's recent warning to Dems about moving too far left.

  • Ken Adelman, former defense adviser to President Reagan, offers his critical take on Donald Trump's foriegn affairs policies and explains to Larry why he believes the U.S. is no longer the leader of the free world.

  • Faith and Freedom Coalition head Ralph Reed joins Larry for a discussion about the evangelical community's support for President Trump's policies.

  • Public impeachment hearings begin next week. How worried should Donald Trump be? Larry explores the topic with Watergate veteran former Rep. Elizabeth Holtzman (D-NY), Breitbart's Joel Pollack and former Obama strategist Zach Friend.

  • Comedian and podcast king Adam Carolla joins Larry for a look at his new film, "No Safe Spaces," which sets out to prove that free speech is under attack in America, especially on college campuses.

  • Former Senate Majority Leader Trent Lott (R-Miss.), who led the impeachment trial of Bill Clinton, joins Larry with his take on the Trump impeachment inquiry, and warns Democrats about potential political fallout. Plus, his take on Trump's Syria policy.

  • Journalist and author Joel Stein tells Larry why he thinks impeachment of Donald Trump is an "elitist trap." Plus, other insights from his new book, "In Defense of Elitism: Why I'm Better Than You and You're Better Than Someone Who Didn't Buy This Book."

  • Former U.S. Senator and Al Gore's vice presidential pick Joe Lieberman tells Larry why he's worried about Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren's ability to beat Donald Trump in 2020. Plus, his take on the Syria troop withdrawal.

  • Michael Ware, former Time Magazine and CNN war correspondent, joins Larry with his take on President Trump's controversial decision to pull U.S. troops from Syria. Plus, why he thinks a U.S. withdrawal will breathe new life into the Islamic State.

  • More fallout for Donald Trump over Syria as the U.S. House of Representatives condemns his troop withdrawal order. Larry and political analysts discuss the latest. Then, Asia expert Gordon Chang on America's entry into a new Cold War -- with China.

  • ​President Trump's planned U.S. troop withdrawal from Syria runs into bipartisan opposition on Capitol Hill. Larry discusses the latest developments with New York Times Magazine's Mark Leibovich and The Nation's Katrina vanden Heuvel.

  • Former Congressman Bill McCollum (R-FL), who helped lead the impeachment of Bill Clinton, tells Larry why he doesn't yet see enough evidence to impeach Donald Trump.

  • Former New Jersey Governor Christine Todd Whitman tells Larry why she'll vote for Joe Biden over Donald Trump, and why she thinks Biden is the democrats' "best chance" at winning in 2020. Then, The Deuce's Sepideh Moafi on advocating for immigrants.

  • Journalist and author Lauren Duca takes on the "cancel culture," and explains why she thinks that establishment wing Democrats fail at communicating with younger voters. Plus, a look inside her new book, "How to Start a Revolution."

  • Former Congressman Chris Shays (R-CT) offers his critical take on Donald Trump's now infamous phone call with Ukraine's president. Then, is Rudy Giuliani helping or hurting the president? Larry and the political panel discuss.

  • Law professor Richard Painter joins Matthew Cooke and political analysts to discuss the launch of an official impeachment inquiry and its impact on Donald Trump's presidency.

  • Presidential candidate Ben Gleib tells Larry about his arrest during an anti-corruption protest at the U.S. Capitol. And, commentator Bill Press explains why the Ukraine scandal may be Donald Trump's biggest political headache yet.

  • Can Bernie Sanders' campaign regain enthusiasm against Elizabeth Warren's surging popularity with the progressive wing of the Democratic party? Matthew Cooke and political experts discuss. Then, the latest on new U.S. sanctions against Iran.

  • What exactly is congressional democrats' strategy on impeachment? Larry discusses the topic with Watergate veteran former Rep. Elizabeth Holtzman (D-NY), author of "The Case for Impeaching Trump."

  • Matthew Cooke talks with political experts about a new poll showing Elisabeth Warren tied with Joe Biden for the 2020 Democratic nomination. Then, commentator Philip K. Howard explains the key 2020 issue he believes Democrats are ignoring at their peril.

  • Republican presidential candidate Joe Walsh reacts to canceled 2020 GOP primaries in several states. And, why he's challenging Donald Trump, whom he once endorsed. Then, a former state department insider's take on the nixed "peace talks" with the Taliban.

  • U.S. manufacturing shrinks amid the trade war with China. How might this impact 2020? Matthew Cooke talks with former Deputy Labor Secretary Chris Lu. Then, why is Joe Biden's campaign tempering expectations in Iowa? The political panel sounds off.

  • The Young Turks' John Iadarola and conservative commentator Michael Knowles join Matthew Cooke for a look at Bernie Sanders' plan to protect "real journalism" and curb Silicon Valley's power and influence.

  • A major new poll shows a virtual three-way tie for the Democratic nomination. Matthew Cooke and political experts examine what this means for the 2020 race. Then, did China just blink in the trade war with the U.S.? Asia expert Gordon Chang sounds off.

  • Larry King and political experts take a look at the Trump Administration's pushback on growing concerns over the U.S. economy, and how a recession might impact the 2020 White House race.

  • Former congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) discusses his support for Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard, and tells Larry King why he thinks some D.C. factions are against her White House run. Plus, his take on the U.S.-China trade

  • Former congressman Dennis Kucinich, who twice ran for the Democratic presidential nomination, warns his party against making 2020 all about Donald Trump. Plus, why he thinks it's time to break-up the tech giants.

  • Journalist Tony Harris joins Matthew Cooke for a look at what's fueling hate in America. Then, comedian Ben Gleib talks about his serious run for The White House.

  • What impact, if any, will America's latest mass shootings have on gun laws, political rhetoric, and the 2020 election? Matthew Cooke looks for answers. And, former Hillary Clinton adviser Philippe Reines assesses the state of the Democratic

  • Democratic presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard is suing Google for $50 million, claiming the tech giant exhibited bias against her. Her attorney discusses the details of the case. Then, the political panel weighs-in on Big Tech's impact on U.S.

  • What impact will Robert Mueller's testimony have on the push to impeach the president? Matthew Cooke investigates with legal and political experts. Then, former Congressman Mark Sanford talks about challenging Donald Trump for the 2020 GOP

  • 2020 Democratic presidential candidate John Hickenlooper goes one-on-one with Matthew Cooke to discuss "The Squad," responding to Donald Trump's tweets, and why he's warning the Democratic party against turning too far to the left.

  • The Democratic-controlled House killed a resolution to impeach Donald Trump. Will fractures within the party worsen in the aftermath? Matthew Cooke talks with a former Hillary Clinton senior adviser and a congresswoman who voted to impeach Richard

  • Matthew Cooke talks with Breitbart News' Joel Pollack and political panel about the Trump administration's move to end asylum claims at the U.S. Southern border.

  • Matthew Cooke and political experts analyze new polling data which shows Senators Elizabeth Warren and Kamala Harris leading Bernie Sanders. Then, legal expert Richard Painter responds to Donald Trump's big win in an emoluments clause lawsuit.

  • Filmmaker Matthew Cooke talks with journalist John Carlos Frey, whose new book, "Sand and Blood," takes a 30-year look at America's immigration policies and a growing "stealth war" along the U.S.-Mexico border.

  • Donald Trump and Chinese President Xi Jinping have reached a truce in the ongoing trade war. But, how long will it last? President Obama's deputy labor secretary offers his take.

  • Former congressman Chris Shays (R-CT) explains why he's splitting with his party and voting for Joe Biden in 2020. And, Donald Trump attends his third G20 summit. Is he entering it stronger or weaker than previous G20s? Guest host Matthew Cooke

  • Is Donald Trump tuning out the hawks in his administration when it comes to Iran and deportation? Political experts sound off. Then, former Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-FL), the first millennial elected to Congress, handicaps the Democratic

  • Joe Biden remains the front-runner in the race for the 2020 Democratic nomination but is Elizabeth Warren gaining on Bernie Sanders in the fight for second place? Editorial director and publisher of "The Nation" Katrina vanden Heuvel weighs

  • As Capitol Hill probes Big Tech's business practices, guest host Matthew Cooke talks with a former Intel Corporation insider about what to expect next. Then, former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown handicaps the upcoming Democratic primary

  • Will the progressive and centrist wings of the Democratic party come together in 2020, or split the party apart? And, is Joe Biden's tough talk on Trump a winning strategy for his party's nomination? Filmmaker Matthew Cooke takes a look.

  • Is President Trump's new deal with Mexico to halt illegal immigration the game changer he claims it is? Filmmaker Matthew Cooke explores the topic with political and economic experts.

  • Filmmaker Matthew Cooke explores Congress' antitrust investigation of Silicon Valley. And, political experts weigh in on Donald Trump's pledged tariff war against Mexico.

  • Political experts discuss the growing number of Democrats pressuring Nancy Pelosi to begin impeachment proceedings against President Trump. And, a former congresswoman who voted to impeach Richard Nixon explains the parallel she sees of 1974 to

  • Will Robert Mueller's remarks on the Russia probe be the tipping point for impeachment proceedings? Political experts weigh in. Then, former Ambassador Bill Richardson on his growing fear that President Trump is being played by Kim Jong-un.

  • Famed consumer advocate and former presidential candidate Ralph Nader discusses the 2020 Democratic presidential hopefuls, including Joe Biden, whom he calls "Hillary redux." And, Donald Trump gets rebuffed by a federal judge. Dan Abrams analyzes the

  • Guest host Matthew Cooke and political analysts discuss Michigan GOP Congressman Justin Amash's surprising comments about impeaching Trump. And, a look at The White House's new initiative to collect claims of conservative censorship by Silicon Valley.

  • 2020 presidential hopeful Marianne Williamson discusses her campaign, including her support for a universal basic income and slavey reparations. Then, musician Simon Tam on his supreme court battle against the U.S. government for the right to

  • Is Facebook a dangerous monopoly that should be broken up by the government? Filmmaker Matthew Cooke explores the topic. Plus, outed CIA agent-turned congressional candidate Valerie Plame talks healthcare, impeachment and Trump's pardon of Scooter

  • Former White House ethics czar Richard Painter joins guest host Amy Holmes for analysis of President Trump's assertion of executive privilege to block Congress from seeing the full, un-redacted Mueller report. Then, the latest in the U.S.-China

  • Guest host Amy Holmes explores the procedures and aftermath of holding Attorney General William Barr in contempt of Congress, as promised by the House Oversight Committee, for failing to hand over the un-redacted Mueller report.

  • Presidential candidate Andrew Yang discusses his plan to help workers displaced by automation, which includes a universal basic income for all Americans. Then, Republican Ron Paul on why he thinks Democrat Tulsi Gabbard would be a great president.

  • Will Attorney General Barr willingly comply with House Democrats' rules for his testimony on the Mueller report, or will it take a subpoena? Guest host Amy Holmes looks into the standoff. Then, what last week's Kim-Putin meeting means for the

  • Filmmaker Matthew Cooke examines the dilemma of combating hate speech in a country that values free speech. And, can social media sites police themselves? Then, author Philip K. Howard on abandoning Right/Left ideologies in our political

  • What affect is the high turnover rate of administration officials and unfilled Cabinet slots having on our government? Larry and former White House Cabinet Secretary for the Obama administration Chris Lu explore the topic.

  • Larry talks with former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Bill Richardson about the arrest of Julian Assange, why he's against a third Trump-Kim summit, and America's current standing in the world. Then, the political panel sounds off.

  • Larry talks with ex-Trump adviser George Papadopoulos about his role and arrest in the Mueller investigation as detailed in his book, "Deep State Target." Then "Common Good" founder Philip K. Howard on replacing "failed ideologies of the Right and

  • Larry and guests discuss President Trump's recent backtracking on key policy announcements and his strategy for the GOP in 2020. Then, actor-activist Thomas Sadoski on his work helping refugees and children in war-torn areas around the world.

  • Guest host Amy Holmes leads a discussion of President Trump's plan to cut hundreds of millions in U.S. aid to three Central American countries. Then, a look into the timing behind Trump's renewed bid to undo Obamacare.

  • The Young Turks' Cenk Uyger joins Larry with his take on Robert Mueller's report, and why he says Democratic leaders were wrong to rely on Mueller to prove any wrongdoing by the president. Plus, his take on the 2020 candidates.

  • Donald Trump's former campaign manager gets 7.5 years in prison, but will the president step in with a pardon? And, if so, will it come with a political price? Larry takes a look with Rick Wilson, author of "Everything Trump Touches Dies."

  • Larry talks with former Republican congressman and three-time presidential candidate Ron Paul, who has plenty to say about President Trump's 2020 budget proposal, U.S. involvement in Syria and the fight over border wall funding.

  • Will the Green New Deal end up helping or hurting democrats in 2020? And, how is China's economic slowdown impacting the U.S. economy and Donald Trump's trade war? Guest host Amy Holmes talks with President Obama's former deputy labor secretary.

  • Larry and guests examine Donald Trump's bizarre CPAC speech, and his accusation that Michael Cohen's congressional testimony is to blame for the failed summit with Kim Jong-un.

  • Larry examines Michael Cohen's public testimony and its impact on the Trump presidency with former representatives Bob Livingston (R-LA) and Patrick Murphy (D-FL). Plus, a look at Trump's second summit with Kim Jong-un.

  • Larry talks with Breitbart's Joel Pollack about Trump's critical week ahead, including his summit with Kim Jong-un, Michael Cohen's testimony, and more. And, student Nicholas Sandmann's lawyer explains his $250 million lawsuit against The Washington Post.

  • Alan Dershowitz joins Larry to discuss the Mueller investigation, and why he says Donald Trump's emergency declaration for a border wall is a "mistake."

  • Larry and guest examine the political fallout over Donald Trump's declaration of a national emergency along the U.S. southern border. Then, a look inside the democratic-socialist movement with The Young Turks' John Iadarola.

  • Larry and guests discuss the bi-partisan deal designed to keep the government operating and partially fund Donald Trump's border wall. Then, actor-activist Hill Harper from ABC's 'The Good Doctor' sounds off on Virginia's 'black face'

  • Larry talks with former New Jersey Governor Chris Christie about his time on Donald Trump's transition team, the Mueller and SDNY investigations, and what he really thinks of Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner.

  • Congressional deal-makers say they can reach a border security deal, if the White House doesn't interfere. Is that possible? Larry talks with The Daily Beast's Eleanor Clift. Then, the political panel weighs in.

  • Larry and guests examine the potential legal and political pitfalls of using a national emergency declaration to fund a wall along the U.S. southern border.

  • Larry talks with former U.N. Ambassador Bill Richardson and others about the public break between Donald Trump and his own intelligence chiefs, and its impact on American foreign policy.

  • How did the U.S. become so politically fractured? Larry takes an in-depth look with Steve Kornacki, NBC News' national political correspondent and author of, "The Red and the Blue: The 1990s and the Birth of Political Tribalism."

  • Former Deputy Secretary of Labor Chris Lu joins Larry to examine the partial government shutdown's impact on the U.S. economy.

  • Larry and guests examine House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's move to disinvite President Trump from delivering his planned State of the Union address to Congress, citing her concerns over security because of the government shutdown.

  • President Trump may be losing some Republican support for his government shutdown standoff. Can he keep GOP lawmakers unified? Larry talks with the former Republican governor of Arizona, Jan Brewer, PBS's Amy Holmes and talkshow host Brian

  • Former Senator and Vice Presidential nominee Joe Lieberman (I-Conn.) tells Larry why he thinks it's a mistake to pull U.S. troops from Syria. Plus, his take on the Russia probe, border wall funding, and government shutdown.

  • Former Rep. Chris Shays (R-CT) and Bill Press join Larry to discuss President Trump's plans to pull U.S. troops out of Syria, and what happens next in that troubled region. Then, a look at the latest developments in the plan to denuclearize North

  • Larry talks with scholar Stephen F. Cohen, whose new book "War with Russia?" details a dangerous new Cold War, made worse by the media and political frenzy over the Mueller probe.

  • Larry and former Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) discuss Paul's warning of an impending market meltdown, and his take on removing U.S. troops from Syria. Then, Larry and the political panel take on Facebook's privacy policies.

  • Former Senator Bob Graham (D-FL), who co-chaired the joint congressional investigation of 9/11, tells Larry why he views Saudi Arabia as an unreliable U.S. ally, and why he's warning Trump to re-examine America's relationship with the Saudi

  • Larry and guests examine the political aftermath of Michael Cohen's sentencing. And, comedian Jon Dore on his quest to find the answers to America's biggest questions.

  • Larry talks with former U.S. Defense Secretary William Cohen about the Trump administration's threats to pull out of the landmark Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces agreement, deploying troops along the southern border, and current U.S.-Saudi

  • Larry and Barack Obama's former Deputy Labor Secretary discuss the implications and newest developments of the U.S.-China trade war. Plus, the political panel weighs in on Robert Mueller's latest maneuvers in the Russia investigation.

  • Former Rep. Elizabeth Holtzman (D-NY), who voted to impeach Richard Nixon, joins Larry to discuss her book, "The Case for Impeaching Trump." Plus, Larry's political panel weighs in on Nancy Pelosi and the latest in the Russia probe.

  • Will Donald Trump and Xi Jinping agree to a truce in the U.S.-China trade war while at the G20 gathering? Larry and economic expert Neil Grossman discuss. And, Breitbart's Joel Pollack talks Trump's government shutdown threats over border wall.

  • Will Congress and President Trump find agreement on spending legislation and border wall funding in time to avert a partial government shutdown next week? Larry hears from the experts.

  • Former San Francisco Mayor Willie Brown tells Larry why he's sure Nancy Pelosi will be the next Speaker of the House of Representatives and why DC's freshman class of Democrats owe her. Then, legendary actress Kathleen Turner discusses Trump's

  • Legal expert Dan Abrams joins Larry to discuss the merits of CNN's lawsuit against the White House for pulling the press pass of reporter Jim Acosta. Larry's political panel also weighs in on the debate.

  • The Nation's Katrina vanden Heuvel joins Larry for a look at how the results of the midterms will impact Donald Trump's presidency.

  • Former George W. Bush spokesman Reed Dickens tells Larry why Democrats should forget Elisabeth Warren and Joe Biden and make Beto O'Rouke their 2020 nominee. Then, former U.N. Ambassador Bill Richardson talks Trump's North Korea policies.

  • What impact will Donald Trump's war on the media and harsh rhetoric for migrants have on the midterms? Larry and guests discuss. Then, comedian Mo Amer explains why he likens his encounter with Eric Trump on an overseas flight to "a bad one-night

  • Bill Press from The Young Turks Network and PBS' Amy Holmes join Larry to discuss Donald Trump's claim that the media is to blame for 'anger' in the U.S. Then, ex-CIA officer Valerie Plame on reports that China and Russia have tapped Trump's cellphone.

  • Larry and guests discuss what role hyper-partisan rhetoric, including the president's, may have played in explosive devices being sent to prominent democrats and CNN. Then, an analysis of Trump's withdrawal from a decades-old arms treaty with

  • Ralph Nader joins Larry with his take on Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders. Plus, why he thinks the waning days of midterm campaigning "looks eerily like 2016." Also, Larry talks with Breitbart's Joel Pollack and former deputy labor secretary Chris

  • Larry and guests discuss Donald Trump's defense of Saudi Arabia's handling of journalist Jamal Khashoggi's disappearance. Then, Clinton investigator Ken Starr sounds off on the Mueller probe and his new memoir.

  • John Cox, the Republican candidate in California's governor race, joins Larry with his take on Donald Trump's impact on his campaign. Then, Tom Arnold sounds off on his new Viceland series, "The Hunt for the Trump Tapes."

  • Top U.S. security chiefs say that China is a bigger threat to the U.S. than Russia. Larry and guests examine. Then, actor Dean Cain talks about being a Trump supporter in Hollywood, and his role in "Gosnell: The Trial of America's Biggest Serial

  • #MeToo movement's Alyssa Milano tells Larry about receiving death threats for her activism, attending the Kavanaugh hearings, and why she now thinks Bill Clinton should have faced tougher scrutiny for sexual misconduct accusations.

  • Larry and guests explore the aftermath of President Trump's derisive take on Kavanaugh accuser Christine Blasey Ford's testimony. Plus, a look at the explosive report alleging Donald Trump committed massive tax fraud in the 1990s.

  • Larry and guests examine questions surrounding the limited scope of the FBI investigation into Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, and how his confirmation hearings might impact the midterm elections.

  • Larry and guests discuss Brett Kavanaugh's troubled nomination to the U.S. Supreme Court. Then, foreign affairs expert Joel Rubin on Donald Trump's performance at the U.N. General Assembly.

  • Legal expert Richard Painter talks to Larry about Rod Rosenstein's Thursday face-to-face with Donald Trump, and the latest on the Kavanaugh hearings. Then, Parkland shooting survivor Cameron Kasky on finding middle ground in America's gun debate.

  • Larry and guests take a look at the standoff over Brett Kavanaugh's nomination to the Supreme Court. Plus, reaction to President Trump's executive order to declassify documents connected to the Russia probe.

  • Sexual assault allegations rock the Brett Kavanaugh hearings. Is his Supreme Court nomination in jeopardy? Larry talks with Bill Press. And, should Congress investigate the government's response to Hurricane Maria? Rep. Steve Russell (R-OK) weighs in.

  • Will Barack Obama's recent criticism of Donald Trump help or hurt Democrats this fall? Former Obama staffer Chris Lu and former Rep. Bob Livingston (R-LA) join Larry with their take. Then, a look into Trump's legal threats against The New York Times.

  • Bill Press and Amy Holmes join Larry to discuss the impact of Bob Woodward's new book, "Fear: Trump in the White House." Then, activist DeRay McKesson on Colin Kaepernick's new Nike ad, and a look inside his book, "On the Other Side of Freedom."

  • Larry talks with a former Justice Department insider about Don McGahn's White House departure, and its potential impact on the Russia probe. Then, are search engines and social media platforms biased against conservatives? The political panel weighs

  • Will President Trump's mounting legal issues impact the midterm elections? Larry hears from Breitbart's Joel Pollack and John Iadarola from 'The Young Turks.' Plus, an attorney who worked on the investigation into Bill Clinton evaluates the Russia probe.

  • Larry talks with famed constitutional scholar Alan Dershowitz about Michael Cohen's plea deal and what it means for President Trump. Then, can Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court confirmation be stopped? Lauren Duca with "Rise Up For Roe" sounds off.

  • Larry and guests examine developments in the Russia probe, including a presidential enemies list tied to security clearances and the possibility that White House counsel Don McGahn may be following in the footsteps of Watergate's John Dean.

  • Conservative talk radio host and writer Dennis Prager tells Larry why evangelicals overlook Donald Trump's scandals and continue to support him. Plus, a look into Prager's latest book, "The Rationale Bible."

  • In her new book, "Unhinged," former White House staffer and ex-reality star Omarosa Manigault Newman takes aim at the president and his team. But, how credible are her claims? Larry and his guests take a look.

  • Christine Todd Whitman, the Republican former New Jersey governor, tells Larry about her call for Donald Trump to resign, and why she wants a Democratic takeover of the House of Representatives this fall. Plus, the latest on the

  • Larry goes inside the new book "Everything Trump Touches Dies," with author and GOP political consultant Rick Wilson. Then, the political panel examines Donald Trump's evolving story about the infamous 2016 Trump Tower meeting with Russian nationals.

  • Larry and Asia expert Gordon Chang explore troubling reports indicating North Korea's weapons program is expanding. Then, has Donald Trump's hostility toward the media gone too far? Bill Press and former GOP spokeswoman Jen Kerns sound off.

  • Donald Trump is threatening a government shutdown over border security spending, but could this backfire on the GOP in the midterms? Larry examines with his guests. Plus, the latest on the Michael Cohen v. Donald Trump scandal.

  • Larry and panelists examine the political and legal impact of Michael Cohen's secret Trump tape for the president and GOP. Then, former defense secretary William Cohen reacts to U.S.-Russia relationship and Donald Trump's threats toward Iran.

  • CNN's Jake Tapper joins Larry to examine Donald Trump's latest threats to Iran and his Twitter fury over the Russia probe and critics of the Helsinki summit. Plus, a look into Tapper's newest political novel, "The Hellfire Club."

  • Breitbart's Joel Pollack and writer James Poulos join Larry to examine the fallout from Donald Trump's mixed messages on Russian meddling. And, Oscar-winner Mira Sorvino on her work to reunite immigrant families separated by the "zero tolerance"

  • Larry and guests assess the fallout Donald Trump faces at home following his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki. The Young Turks' John Iadarola, Former Rep. Chris Shays (R-CT), and analyst Amy Holmes join Larry with their take.

  • Larry talks with Russia's Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on the eve of the historic summit between Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin. And, gets his take on Robert Mueller's Russia probe, the effort to denuclearize North Korea and more.

  • Famed legal expert Alan Dershowitz presents his argument against an impeachment of President Donald Trump. Then, the latest on Trump's trip to Europe.

  • Donald Trump heads to Brussels for the annual meeting of NATO members. Larry hears from the experts about what to watch for. Plus, the latest on the U.S. government's attempts to reunite immigrant families separated at the southern border.

  • Will President Trump and GOP lawmakers unite behind a comprehensive immigration plan before the midterms? And, is Michael Cohen about to turn on Donald Trump? Larry looks for answers with a panel of political experts.

  • Larry examines the immediate and long-range impact on America caused by Justice Anthony Kennedy's retirement from the Supreme Court. Actor Omar Epps explains why he avoids social media political talk, and his journey "From Fatherless to to Fatherhood."

  • Asia expert Gordon Chang predicts complications ahead for U.S.-North Korea relations and the Trump-Kim summit agreement. Then, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. tells Larry why he wants a reinvestigation into his father's 1968 assassination.

  • Larry and guests examine the controversial U.S. policy of separating families crossing the southern border illegally. Then, the Supreme Court sidesteps ruling on partisan gerrymandering cases. Larry hears from a former deputy attorney general about why.

  • Donald Trump says the Singapore summit ended North Korea's nuclear threat. Is his claim premature? Former Rep. David Jolly (R-FL) and Asia expert Mike Chinoy weigh in. Then, "Gatekeepers" author Chris Whipple on John Kelly's future at The White House.

  • Breitbart's Joel Pollack and John Iadarola from "The Young Turks" join Larry to discuss the political and economic fallout from the chaotic G7 summit in Quebec.

  • Talkshow hosts Bill Press and Amy Holmes join Larry for a look into Rudy Giuliani's sometimes puzzling defense of Donald Trump in the ongoing Russia probe.

  • What will it take to salvage the on-again, off-again summit between the U.S. and North Korea? Larry looks for answers. Then, war correspondent Michael Ware on the fight against ISIS and which foreign leader holds the most sway in the Middle East.

  • Willie Brown, the Democratic former mayor of San Francisco, tells his party to stop bashing President Trump and find a message before it's too late for 2018 wins. Then, is social media bias against conservatives? Brent Bozell tells

  • Former Senator and Special Envoy for Middle East Peace George Mitchell (D-MA) joins Larry with his take on the Russia probe, the North Korea summit and Donald Trump's decision to move the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.

  • What's behind President Trump's surprising move to save Chinese telecom giant ZTE? Barack Obama's former Deputy Labor Secretary Chris Lu joins Larry with analysis. Then, the political panel weighs in on what happens next in the North Korea summit saga.

  • "Hellboy" star and frequent Donald Trump critic Ron Perlman tells Larry why he's taking a break from Twitter and why he feels like a "voice in the wilderness" lately. Plus, analysis on the potential fallout from moving the U.S. Embassy to Jerusalem.

  • Donald Trump keeps a campaign promise and pulls America out of the Iran nuclear deal. Now what? Larry talks with The Nation's Katrina vanden Heuvel. Then, analysis of the first big round of...

  • Former Congressman Ron Paul joins Larry with his take on Donald Trump, the Russia Probe, and warns of a 'secret government' operating in the U.S. Then former defense secretary William Cohen on the potential pitfalls in negotiating with North Korea.

  • What happens if Robert Mueller subpoenas Donald Trump as part of the Russia probe? Larry hears from a former Justice Department insider, and defense attorney Trent Copeland. Plus, will Nancy Pelosi help or hurt Democrats in the upcoming midterms?

  • Larry and guests explore new developments in the Russia probe, including a potential upside for the president to submit to an interview with Robert Mueller. Plus, the latest on Stormy Daniels' new lawsuit against the president.

  • Dennis Kucinich, the former Democratic congressman and current Ohio gubernatorial candidate, joins Larry with his take on Donald Trump's DACA defeat, the 'deep state,' and responds to the growing controversy over his ties to Syrian President Bashar.

  • Former U.S. Ambassador to the U.N. Bill Richardson, who has traveled to Pyongyang for negotiations, joins Larry with his take on the Trump administration's dealings with North Korea. Then, singer Moby on why he'd ban junk food for food stamp recipients.

  • Mike Pompeo's Secretary of State nomination faces headwinds in the Senate. Will his recent secret meeting with Kim Jong-un win over his opponents? Then, Trump trolls Stormy Daniels on twitter. Legal analyst Trent Copeland tells Larry why that's a mistake.

  • Alberto Gonzales, who served as U.S. attorney general under George W. Bush, joins Larry for a frank discussion about Robert Mueller's Russia probe, Jeff Sessions and Donald Trump's pardon of former Dick Cheney staffer "Scooter" Libby.

  • Former Representative David Jolly (R-FL) tells Larry why he thinks the president will make a move to fire Robert Mueller. Plus, which Republican he believes will replace Paul Ryan. And, Larry goes one-on-one with Stormy Daniels' attorney Michael Avenatti.

  • Larry looks at Donald Trump's handling of U.S. involvement in the Syrian conflct. Then, the president claims no knowledge of the hush money paid to Stormy Daniels. Will his denial have legal implications?

  • The tariff dispute between China and the U.S. is escalating. Where will it end? Hoover Institute's Lanhee Chen joins Larry with his take. Then, Robert Mueller says Donald Trump isn't a criminal target in the Russia probe. Professor Richard Painter

  • The Nation's Katrina vanden Heuvel tells Larry why she thinks Donald Trump's nomination of John Bolton as national security advisor and Mike Pompeo as state department head signal a worrisome turn for U.S. foreign affairs.

  • The Trump administration wants to ask about citizenship status in the U.S. Census. Larry examines the pros and cons with his political panel. Then, will Stormy Daniels' attorney get a chance to depose Donald Trump?

  • Is President Trump preparing to make more personnel changes in his administration? 'Gatekeepers' author Chris Whipple joins Larry with his take. Then, Stormy Daniels' account of a tryst with Trump is sordid, but is it significant? Legal experts weigh in.

  • Famed law professor Alan Dershowitz tells Larry why he thinks special counsel Robert Mueller's appointment was a mistake. And, what poses a greater threat to Donald Trump? The Russia probe or sex scandal litigation? Former Rep. David Jolly (R-FL)

  • Will the Trump administration soon regret its handling of FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe's firing? Larry hears from a former assistant attorney general, and talkshow host Bill Press. Then, the latest on the Donald Trump vs. Stormy Daniels saga.

  • Ousted Secretary of State Rex Tillerson argued for the U.S. to keep the Iran nuclear agreement. His likely replacement, Mike Pompeo, calls the deal "disastrous." So what happens now? Former Ambassador Bill Richardson joins Larry with his with his take.

  • Former U.S. Attorney Kendall Coffey tells Larry why Robert Mueller will likely reject any conditions for Donald Trump's interview in the Russia probe. Then, is Trump's treatment of the media worse than his predecessors? Breitbart's Joel Pollack responds.

  • Former U.S. Attorney Kendall Coffey tells Larry why Robert Mueller will likely reject any conditions for Donald Trump's interview in the Russia probe. Then, is Trump's treatment of the media worse than his predecessors? Breitbart's Joel Pollack responds.

  • Is White House Chief of Staff John Kelly contributing to the chaotic nature of Donald Trump's presidency? Larry talks with "The Gatekeepers" author Chris Whipple and journalist Mark Leibovich. Then, a look at the renewed carnage of the Syrian conflict.

  • What's the likely outcome of Donald Trump's tough talk on tariffs? Larry examines with Rep. Robert Pittenger (R-NC) and economist Max Wolff. And, is Robert Mueller expanding his probe beyond election meddling?

  • It's been a week of bad news for President Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner. Can he hold on to his White House job? Larry examines. Then, a look into reports that link North Korea to Syria's chemical weapons program.

  • Pyongyang has reportedly signaled a willingness to talk to the U.S. for the first time since 2012. Larry talks with Asia expert Gordon Chang about what this means. Then, Rep. Steve Cohen (D-TN) on the Supreme Court's blow to Donald Trump's DACA plan.

  • Robert Mueller's team filed new charges against Paul Manafort and Rick Gates. Larry gets insight from law professor Richard Painter. And, former Rep. Bob Livingston (R-LA) sounds off on gun control measures following the latest school shooting.

  • Comedian Margaret Cho joins Larry for a no-holds-barred interview on comedy in the age of Trump, why she 'misses' George W. Bush, and how the #resist movement renewed her hope for America. Plus, why she has an unlikely respect for Melania Trump.

  • Will Congress finally deliver 'Dreamers' from their legal limbo? Larry talks with California Assembly member Wendy Carrillo, who was brought to the U.S. illegally as a child. Then, a look at the dark side of evangelicals' support for Donald Trump.

  • Larry talks with Clinton confidant Lanny Davis, whose new book sets out to prove fired FBI Director James Comey, whom he calls a 'narcissist', cost Hillary the presidency. Plus, how 'Dreamers' may be pushed aside for a bipartisan budget deal in Congress.

  • Will the controversial memo from Republican Devin Nunes, or the Democrats' rebuttal to it, affect Robert Mueller's Russia investigation? Larry hears from former White House attorney Richard Painter, talk show host Bill Press and commentator Amy Holmes.

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