The political news you need to know, in 10 minutes or less. Hosted by David Chalian.Biden Talks Infrastructure After Bridge Collapse
A bridge collapsed in Pittsburgh hours before President Joe Biden was scheduled to discuss infrastructure in the area. The President chose to proceed with the trip, and visited the bridge while he was in the city. CNN’s Chris Cillizza explains why two prominent Pennsylvania Democrats were missing from today’s event. Plus, Biden’s trip to the steel city comes as he tries to fix his communication problem with the American public.
Does the GOP Trump Resistance Stand a Chance?
Many anti-Trump Republicans are expected to attend a fundraiser for GOP Rep. Liz Cheney in March. CNN’s Chris Cillizza explains why this group may be part of the resistance, but they’re very much outnumbered. It’s Donald Trump’s party and they’re just part of it, whether they like it or not. Plus, the two major Republican leaders in office approach Trump’s unshakeable control over the party very differently.
Justice Breyer to Retire from Supreme Court
Justice Stephen Breyer plans to retire from the Supreme Court, allowing Biden the opportunity to appoint a new liberal justice. CNN’s Chris Cillizza explains how President Biden’s first nomination to the court will likely play out and why Democrats are under pressure to act fast. Plus, Cillizza dives into Breyer’s time on the court and highlights some notable moments from his career.
Biden Caught on Hot Mic
President Joe Biden had some choice words for a Fox News reporter yesterday… and didn’t realize he was speaking into a hot mic. CNN’s Chris Cillizza explains the context behind this incident and why it made headlines. Biden apologized to the reporter soon after–something former President Donald Trump almost never did.
Is Sinema in Political Trouble?
Over the weekend, the Arizona Democratic Party censured one of its own – Senator Kyrsten Sinema. On today’s CNN Political Briefing, The Point’s Chris Cillizza explains what this mean
Justice Stephen Breyer to retire from Supreme Court
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