In this episode, Eleanor Clift and Joe Concha will discuss the upcoming election, Supreme Court nomination, and the role that news consumption and bipartisanship play in our nation’s discourse.
Both Eleanor Clift and Joe Concha look back wistfully to times of compromise, during the Carter and Obama administrations. Concha notes that politicians on the fringes get the most air time on cable news shows, and therefore become the most powerful figures in their parties. And we just heard how more American unfortunately live in their own information bubbles. They just read the headlines they want, and have their views confirmed by their preferred media and likeminded friends.
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