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Politics with Amy Walter: The Evolution of the Executive
Every president leaves their mark on the office of the presidency. The office of the presidency also leaves its mark on every person who holds it. This week, we broadcast from the Presidential Ideas Festival, hosted by the University of Virginiaâ€™s Miller Center in Charlottesville. Itâ€™s a three-day festival attended by presidential scholars, journalists, political junkies, as well as politicians and administration officials. We spent our time here talking to people who have worked closely with former presidents, on both sides of the aisle, to get their perspective on how the office changes those who serve, and on how those who served have changed the office.Â Guests: Barbara Perry, Professor and Director of Presidential Studies at the University of Virginiaâ€™s Miller Center Andy Card, White House Chief of Staff during the George W. Bush administration Kathleen Sebelius, United States Secretary of Health and Human Services during the Barack Obama administration Karl Rove,Â Senior Advisor and Deputy Chief of Staff during the George W. Bush administration Susan Rice, U.S. National Security Advisor during the Barack Obama administration
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White House Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney
President Trump's top aide Mick Mulvaney joins Major for dinner at legendary Georgetown haunt Martin's. Bring your appetite for news because this show has a lot of it. Donald Trump Jr.'s subpoena, the Mueller report, North Korea, Iran and more.
Aired 1 year ago 45:26
6 - Episode 6: A Disappearing Act
A secret murder plot directed by the President? A fear of political assassination by the CIA. Facing the prospect of becoming the first Vice President in American history to resign in disgrace... Spiro T. Agnew tries to set the stage for his own exit from office. With wild claims of death threats that forced him out. Surprise revelations of what Agnew was doing with all of his money. And a suspense-filled final day that leaves the sitting Vice President... a convicted felon.