Rep. Steve Scalise made a fool of himself on This Week with George Stephanopoulos by disputing a CBO report that said defunding new IRS agents sanctioned to catch rich tax cheats would increase the deficit while agreeing with them on who would pay more taxes.
This Week’s George Stephanopoulos grilled Republican Primary Candidate Vivek Ramaswamy about his support for Trump and more, where the candidate displayed a complete lack of morality and the uncanny ability to bloviate.
ThisWeek Host George Stephanopoulos forced Oversight Committee Chair James Romer to acknowledge that Trump’s son-in-law Kutchner should be a concern. After all, Kutchner worked in the White House. Hunter Biden did not.
Republican Representative Andy Barr thought he would go on The Week and spin the Kevin McCarthy Speaker debacle. But George Stephanopoulos would have none of it.
Former NJ Governor Chris Christie, in full bravado, unlike most of those in his party, slammed Trump in colorful terms. His spine only came when Trump’s seemed broken.
Senator Bernie Sanders slammed Sen. Blunt and the GOP for their hypocrisy on student loan forgiveness. A TikTok user nailed it.
Governor Chris Christie attempted to rehabilitate his past Trump support. The panel skewered him for lack of leadership and morals.
President Joe Biden is going through several stages to the realization that his agenda is dead without getting rid of the filibuster. He is not there yet but the fact that he is talking about it should give us hope.
Republican Senator John Barrasso appeared on This Week with George Stephanopoulos, very prepared to lie with abandon. Unfortunately, Stephanopoulos made many of them slide.
George Stephanopoulos grilled Senator Roger Wicker (R-MS) about Trump’s impeachment support and exposed his hypocrisy.