If it’s Sunday, then it’s – wait, I think someone already uses that one. Anyway, this is Dirty Politics, and Ken and Mike talked about the Democratic and Republican races, including the Michigan results, and the upcoming contests in Florida and Ohio and others on March 15, which happens to be the Ides Of March.
The audio quality on this episode is a bit off, as we recorded it outside on the balcony of the Dirty Politics Studio.
The boat that Ken pointed out actually isn’t the former Presidential Yacht, but rather a different vintage “Trumpy” yacht, like this one.
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Ken and Mike sat down Sunday afternoon and talked about Thursday night’s insane display between the Republican candidates, wonder why Ben Carson and John Kasich are still in the race, discuss Chris Christie’s yuuuuuuugggggeeee endorsement, and talk about Fat Tony.
And for those of you who don’t know what Ken was talking about when he said that Donald Trump brings his own mic, check out this. Oh, and apparently Mike’s joke about his reading material is actually a thing.
We take a look at the New Hampshire results, and predict what will happen in South Carolina and Nevada. Today’s show was recorded before both the CBS GOP debate and the sudden news of Justice Antonin Scalia’s death. We’ll try and get a short take episode on these events up this week.
We had a really interesting discussion about Debbie Wasserman Schultz’s exchange with CNN’s Jake Tapper, but for some reason the recorder kept cutting in and out. Here’s the clip Mike was talking about, even though it didn’t make the final edit.
The poll Ken was talking about that shows Clinton and Sanders tied in Nevada is here.
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