Clay Travis and Buck Sexton discussed a recent New York Times story that warns Democrats not to believe the polls showing that their candidates are ahead.
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Giuliani’s attorney, Robert Costello, told the Times that prosecutors notified him that his client was a target in the investigation.
Travis discussed the Biden administration’s handling of critics who opposed government overreach during the pandemic.
A recent effort by citizens to recall Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascon is O'Reilly's point of contention.
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Peter says privately that the Fox News host thinks differently of him and uses the former president.
The poll adds that those within the party would prefer someone else to lead the GOP in advance of the 2024 general election.
According to the Wednesday edition of “Playbook,” Politico reported that the New York Times forgot its “longstanding tradition.”
The New York Times reports that around conservative radio shows, they’re declaring that the fix is in and that the Democratic Party intends to cheat.