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10/10/18: The Political Storm in Missouri
The Missouri Senate race is in a dead heat. Attorney General Josh Hawley calls the Powerhouse Politics team from his campaign bus to talk about the Kavanaugh battle bounce, describing the surge of anger he sees with voters. He also talks trade and tariffs. GUEST: Missouri AG Josh Hawley Please leave us a review! ----> http://bit.ly/2kI0pXP Check out our other podcasts ----> http://bit.ly/2eBJMNa * ABOUT JONATHAN KARL: Jonathan Karl is ABC News Chief Washington Correspondent and Chief White House Correspondent, contributing to all ABC News broadcasts. Karl has covered every major beat in Washington, including the White House, Capitol Hill, the Pentagon, and the State Department. Karl covered all the major candidates in the 2016 election, including the first interview with Donald Trump of the 2016 election cycle. * ABOUT RICK KLEIN: Rick Klein is Political Director of ABC News, leading the network's political coverage and planning, and serves as an on-air political analyst across ABC News platforms. Klein joined ABC News in 2007 from The Boston Globe, where he most recently covered Congress and national politics. Read more ABC News politics coverage: http://abcn.ws/2fRRGC2 Follow Jon on Twitter: http://abcn.ws/2cK8Pv4 Follow Rick on Twitter: http://abcn.ws/2d00npb
Aired 8 months ago 20:59
The Challengers: In Missouri, Senator Claire McCaskill Fights for Political Moderation Against the Trump Republican Josh Hawley
...take back Missouri Senate seat for the people of Missouri and said Claire mccaskill home. Nncholas lemon joins me to discuss a...
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Aired 8 months ago 7:09
Could black voters make a difference in Missouri mid-terms?
The FT’s Patti Waldmeir reports from Missouri - a key battleground in the US mid-term elections. Black voters are a tiny minority in the mid-western state, but African-American leaders are hoping that a high turnout by black voters could give the Democratic Senate candidate an edge. Read Patti's article hereContributors: Katie Martin, capital markets editor and Patti Waldmeir, North America correspondent. Producer: Fiona Symon