Ep. 78: Give It to Me Straight, Doc (feat. Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel)
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Dr. Ezekiel Emanuel is the former Obama White House Health Policy Adviser, a longtime public health official at the National Institutes of Health and the Vice Provost of Global Initiatives at the University of Pennsylvania. He's been a blunt truth-teller from the outset of the Covid-19 pandemic, refusing to sugarcoat his commentary. He joins Michael to assess where we've succeeded, where we've failed, and what the next few years might look in America while dealing with this pandemic.

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The David Pakman Show
The David Pakman Show
David Pakman
1/20/21: Trump Out TODAY, Biden in TODAY
--On the Show: --Donald Trump's final humiliation is a deranged farewell speech from the White House --Donald Trump delivers a lie-riddled screed moments before getting on Air Force One to fly to Florida, leaving Washington DC before Joe Biden's inauguration --Donald Trump pardons 143 people, including Steve Bannon, in his final hours in office --Under no circumstances should President Joe Biden pardon former President Donald Trump --The Donald Trump administration gave $850,000 to anti-vaccine groups during the global coronavirus pandemic --Election-related misinformation is down 73% since Donald Trump was banned from Twitter --Republican Nikki Haley, a former Trump flunkie, completely humiliates herself during a recent Newsmax appearance meant to discuss Joe Biden's foreign policy --Fox News propagandist Sean Hannity's ratings collapse since the 2020 Presidential election --Donald Trump exits office as the least popular president in the history of the polling era, with Melania Trump the most disliked First Lady of the polling era --Voicemail caller from a very confused Troy York, unable to put together even one accurate statement --On the Bonus Show: Man arrested near Capitol with loaded handgun, Joe Biden will immediately cancel Donald Trump's "patriotic education" initiative, Trump discussed forming ditching GOP in final days, much more... 👕 Get 15% off Teddy Stratford shirts by using code PAKMAN at https://davidpakman.com/teddy ⭐ Download Trivia Star in the Apple or Google app store! ⚠️ Use code PAKMAN to get your first shipment FREE at https://bluechew.com/ 🌿 Use code PAKMAN to save 15% on premium CBD at https://davidpakman.com/cbd 👍 Save 20% on LUCY nicotine gum by using code PAKMAN at https://lucy.co 🥄 Use code PAKMAN to get free shipping on Magic Spoon at https://magicspoon.com/pakman --Become a Supporter: http://www.davidpakman.com/membership --Follow us on Twitter: http://twitter.com/davidpakmanshow --Subscribe on YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/thedavidpakmanshow --Like us on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/davidpakmanshow --Leave us a message at The David Pakman Show Voicemail Line (219)-2DAVIDP
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The Mother Jones Podcast
The Mother Jones Podcast
Mother Jones
The Post-Trump Era Is Here: Inside Joe Biden's Historic Inauguration
Today, Joe Biden was inaugurated as the 46th president of the United States. Two weeks after an armed mob stormed the Capitol, the new president painted a picture of hope and collective effort in his inaugural address. His message sharply contrasted with former president Donald Trump’s dystopian “American carnage” speech from four years ago. “This is our historic moment of crisis and challenge,” Biden said in his address. “And unity is the path forward.” DC Bureau Chief David Corn and Senior Reporter Tim Murphy joined Jamilah King for live coverage and analysis of the event. David Corn was at the Capitol, where he witnessed a very different inauguration from ones he had attended in the past. There were no large crowds, but ubiquitous face masks, heavy security, members of Congress wearing body armor, even in the midst of the traditional pomp and circumstance. The US Marine Band played their trumpets and drums, the Capitol was bedecked in huge American flags, and the Clintons, the Bushes, and the Obamas were all in attendance. President Biden said he spoke with former president Jimmy Carter, who was unable to attend. The inauguration is usually a passing of the torch, but since Trump boycotted the inauguration in a final venal, norm- busting gesture, the event had the quality of the nation turning the page and ushering in a new era. "We were literally standing where blood had been spilled, where violence had occurred just two weeks ago," says Corn on the show. "Yet democracy prevailed, she persisted as Elizabeth Warren might say, and we were here carrying out this grand tradition which has gone on for over 200 years." Jamilah asked Tim Murphy about the historical context, including Trump’s early escape from the city and non-attendance. “He’s a deeply petty person,” says Murphy, but still there is some precedent. “There’s nothing in the Constitution that says the president has to attend the inauguration, and historically that hasn’t always been the case. John Adams didn’t attend Thomas Jefferson’s inauguration. And that’s the election that brought us the peaceful transfer of power that Trump brought to an end by inciting a riot on the Capitol.”
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