Joe Trippi is the former Campaign Manager for Howard Dean, a CNN Contributor and author of the book “The Revolution Will Not Be Televised.” He joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the dueling FBI memos in Congress, and John Kelly’s future at the White House:
Ronald Kessler is the New York Times bestselling author of books on the Secret Service, FBI and CIA, including the new book “The Trump White House” coming out in April. He joined Dan and Amy with reaction to the dueling FBI memos in Congress.
Sharyl Attkisson is an investigative journalist and author of “The Smear: How Shady Political Operatives and Fake News Control What You See, What You Think and How You Vote,” she joined Dan and Amy to talk about potential bias at the FBI:
CNN sparked a backlash on Saturday after running an article fawning over the sister of North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un. CNN featured the article, titled, “Kim Jong Un’s sister is stealing the show at the Winter Olympics,” prominently on their front page and dubbed Kim Yo Jong — a high-ranking official in the murderous regime — “North Korea’s Ivanka Trump.”
As the White House fallout from Rob Porter‘s departure over alleged domestic abuse continues, President Trump took to Twitter to lament how people are being “destroyed” by mere allegations.
Andrew McCarthy for National Review: Grassley-Graham Memo Affirms Nunes Memo — Media Yawns
Andrew Sullivan for New York Magazine: We All Live on Campus Now.
A new video from Vice News published Friday focuses on a healing retreats for “Women of Color” where participants can go to get away from white people. The founder says that white people are so destructive that they “shouldn’t even have passports.”
The Food and Drug Administration is investigating dog food that tested positive for traces of a euthanasia drug. The findings may indicate that companies are using euthanized animals to make their dog food, a practice that is illegal. Federal law also states that the drug, pentobarbital, cannot appear in any food.
A Colorado couple said they sold everything they owned to buy a sailboat and set out for the open seas together. Within two days, their dream became a nautical nightmare. On their way to Key West, Tanner Broadwell and Nikki Walsh’s voyage abruptly ended in John’s Pass off Madeira Beach, Fla., when their 28-foot sailboat struck something underwater.