Interviews with: UK Prime Minister Liz Truss, Rep. Adam Schiff, Former Tennessee Governors Phil Bredesen (D) and Bill Haslam (R)
First, United Kingdom Prime Minister Liz Truss sits down with Jake Tapper for her exclusive first US interview. Jake asks the new British leader about her view of the state of the “special relationship” between the UK and US, as well as how the West should respond to any escalation by Russian President Vladimir Putin in Ukraine. Jake also presses Truss on her controversial new tax plan and tensions with Europe and the Biden administration over her approach to Northern Ireland. Then, Rep. Adam Schiff tells Jake that he believes the Justice Department’s investigation into the January 6 attack on the Capitol “has been very slow.” Then, former Democratic Tennessee Governor Phil Bredesen and former Republican Tennessee Governor Bill Haslam join Jake to discuss why they’re working to find common ground in a politically divided America. Finally, Jake calls on the leaders of the Western world to stand with Iranian women and protesters after the death of 22-year-old Mahsa Amini in police custody.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Interviews with: New York City Mayor Eric Adams, Republican Senator Mike Rounds, US Ambassador to the United Nations Ambassador Linda Thomas-Greenfield.
First, Jake goes one-on-one with New York City Mayor Eric Adams. He says his city is “nearing its breaking point” and accuses Republican governors of creating a “humanitarian crisis” by sending thousands of migrants to New York from the southern border.Next, Jake presses Republican Senator Mike Rounds over Republican governors’ treatment of migrants. They also discuss whether Senator Rounds supports Senator Graham’s proposed national 15-week abortion ban bill that has split the GOP. After, Jake speaks with US Ambassador to the United Nations, Linda Thomas-Greenfield, about President Biden’s warning to Russia on using chemical weapons against Ukraine and what a “consequential” US response might look like. Jake also asks Ambassador Thomas-Greenfield if the discovery of 440 unmarked graves found in the recaptured city of Izium by Ukrainian officials is evidence of further war crimes by Russia. Finally, CNN Global Affairs Analyst Susan Glasser joins the panel to give a preview of her new book “The Divider”, which gives fresh insights into former President Trump’s time in office and his plans for the future.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Remembering Queen Elizabeth, 9/11
In this second of a two-part, four-hour State Of The Union, we look back at the Queen's enduring legacy as well as the attacks of September 11, 2001.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Remembering Queen Elizabeth II, 9/11
In this first of a two-part, four-hour State Of The Union, we look back at the Queen's enduring legacy as well as the attacks of September 11, 2001.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy
Interviews with: Deanne Criswell, Tiffany Smiley, Sen. Patty Murray
As campaign season ramps up, today’s show zeroes in on how top issues like the economy, education, and abortion are resonating in key midterm races.
But first, FEMA Administrator Deanne Criswell joins Dana to discuss efforts to restore clean drinking water to the residents of Jackson, Mississippi.
Then, Dana highlights the Washington state Senate race for an in-depth look at the upcoming midterm elections. She presses both candidates, Republican Tiffany Smiley and incumbent Democratic Senator Patty Murray, on abortion, school and family issues, and President Biden’s remarks about domestic threats to American democracy.
After that, former Trump White House communications director Alyssa Farah Griffin, former chief of staff to First Lady Melania Trump Stephanie Grisham, and former homeland security adviser to Mike Pence Olivia Troye join Dana to discuss former President Trump’s handling of classified information at Mar-a-Lago.
Finally, Dana travels to Michigan for a look at how abortion is impacting the critical governor’s race there.To learn more about how CNN protects listener privacy, visit cnn.com/privacy