House Speaker Paul Ryan has told confidantes he is not seeking re-election and will soon announce his decision, two sources with direct knowledge of the matter told CNN Wednesday.
Steve considers a new career path post-retirement. Steve recommends a movie he saw over the weekend & expresses his love for a comedic actor. The guys react to a ‘farewell letter’ written to Chicago. Steve and Marianne Murciano relive their 9/11 show.
Sirott and Murciano talks with CNN’s Kristen Holmes from Capitol Hill about the James Comey Testimony, plus more!
Miguel Cervantes the star of Hamilton stops by and shares some touching stories, YouTuber Vickie Eisenstein shares her secrets, CNN’s Samuel Burke talks about the Manchester terror attack, and more!
Jon ‘DRJ’ Najarian looks at the current financial market, CNN Correspondent Karin Caifa talks about the White House, Russia, and Trump, PLUS a new Nutella store, what happens after you die, and a look at Late Night talk shows, and more!
Tal Kopen, CNN Political Reporter, joins the show to talk about the problems in the Trump transition team.
John Berman of CNN’s Early Start is a baseball nut and joins the show to talk about the Cubs in the World Series.
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GOP Strategist Rick Wilson joins the show to talk about the recent sexual assault accusations against Donald Trump and the race between Hillary, Trump and third party candidate Evan McMullin in Utah.
Howard Dean has been wondering if Donald Trump’s sniffing during the Presidential debate on Monday might be a sign of cocaine use. Chris Moody the Senior Reporter for CNN Politics joined John and Ray to talk about the debate fallout.
Police: 8 injured in mall stabbing; suspect killed
As the campaign enters its final stretch, some of Donald Trump’s children are showing signs of impatience and struggling to stay on message.
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Donald Trump is saying that he will not release his tax returns. He would be the first Presidential candidate since 1976 to keep those private. In 2012 he criticized Mitt Romney, saying he delayed releasing them too late and that hurt him in the election. Hillary Clinton is already pondering what he might have to hide. Do you think you have a right to see a Presidential candidate’s tax returns? CNBC Senior Contributor Larry Kudlow joined John to talk about the kerfuffle over Trump’s taxes.
Here is the interview we mentioned this morning. And not one mention of black holes.
Watch the video here.
Also, is this tape proof that Donald Sterling is not a racist?