Can He Do That?

111 EpisodesProduced by The Washington Post

Donald Trump’s historic presidency is unlike any other that’s come before it. From a record-setting staff turnover rate to unpredictable policy decisions to an ongoing investigation into his campaign, each episode of this podcast focuses on one aspect of Trump’s time in the White House that raises t… read more

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Trump to declare a national emergency and Barr is confirmed

February 14th, 2019

25:18

Can Trump get funding for a border wall by declaring a national emergency? And can the new U.S. attorney general decide what happens to the Mueller report? Here's a refresher episode answering key questions surrounding …

Better, faster, stronger? Fact-checking Trump's State of the Union address

February 6th, 2019

27:29

Which of President Trump's Tuesday night claims were accurate? Salvador Rizzo and Meg Kelly of The Washington Post's Fact Checker team unpack the truth behind some of the biggest claims around immigration, the economy …

How much power does an attorney general have to protect a president?

February 1st, 2019

24:47

William Barr's delayed confirmation vote for attorney general means there's less clarity on who'll see Robert Mueller's report. Post reporters Dan Balz and Devlin Barrett look at history, precedent and law regarding …

The Supreme Court allowed Trump’s transgender troops ban to proceed. What happens next?

January 25th, 2019

20:59

In a vote Tuesday, the court allowed Trump's restrictions on transgender troops to go into effect. The Post's courts reporter Fred Barbash explains …

The longer the shutdown lasts, the weirder the consequences get

January 18th, 2019

19:32

Can Nancy Pelosi postpone the State of the Union address? Can Trump cancel Pelosi's travel? Can Trump and Pelosi find a way to reopen the government? …

Does Trump have the power to declare a national emergency to get border wall funding?

January 11th, 2019

24:01

Can a president choose to invoke emergency powers whenever he wants? Liza Goitein of the Brennan Center for Justice explains the extent of Trump's power in states of emergency. The Post's Philip Rucker breaks down the …

Will Trump face a challenger for the GOP's 2020 nomination?

January 4th, 2019

18:44

Sen. Mitt Romney (R-Utah) wrote an op-ed asserting his independence from Trump -- a move that prompted speculation about a potential 2020 bid. The …

Trump’s year of legal battles, Part 2: The Mueller probe

December 28th, 2018

24:16

In the final days of 2018, Post reporter Rosalind Helderman recaps the year’s biggest moments in Robert Mueller’s investigation and weighs in on what to watch for as the probe continues.

Trump’s year of legal battles, Part 1: Suits and settlements

December 21st, 2018

22:30

As this year comes to a close, Post reporter David Fahrenthold helps us unravel the details of the swirling lawsuits and investigations surrounding …

What does Cohen’s sentencing mean for Trump? Presented by ‘Post Reports’

December 14th, 2018

7:34

While host Allison Michaels is away this week, we’re bringing you a segment from the Post’s premier daily podcast ‘Post Reports’ on Michael Cohen’s sentencing and what it may mean for Trump.

Will Trump, "a tariff man," win the trade war with China?

December 7th, 2018

24:30

Amid escalating tensions and stalled talks between the U.S. and China, financial reporter David J. Lynch and Beijing Bureau Chief Anna Fifield explain what's at stake for Trump, the two countries and the global economy.

What power does Trump have to push back on GM for closing U.S. plants?

November 30th, 2018

23:39

The revival of American manufacturing is a key part of Trump's economic message. Now that GM faces cuts, he's threatened to impose import penalties, …

How much power does a president have over election recounts?

November 16th, 2018

22:09

Amid recounts in Florida, the president has used strong rhetoric to cast doubt on our elections. Can he do that? Amy Gardner, reporting from Broward County, Fla., explains what's at stake for Republicans, Democrats and …

How will Democrats use their new power as a check on the president?

November 9th, 2018

22:10

Will a Democratic House stop President Trump's agenda? Mike DeBonis explains how House Democrats might stall Trump's policies in Congress, and Karoun …

Trump forced out his attorney general. Can he do that?

November 7th, 2018

16:43

Jeff Sessions and President Trump have had a tense relationship since Sessions recused himself from the Russia investigation last year. So why did Trump request his resignation now? And what are the implications for …

How do the midterm election results reflect on the president?

November 7th, 2018

21:51

After time on the trail tracking candidates and talking to voters, David Weigel offers insight on last night's results. Which party can claim the …

President Trump has played an outsize role in midterm campaigns. Can he do that?

November 2nd, 2018

24:41

Are midterm elections always a referendum on the sitting president? Reporters Ashley Parker and Michael Scherer explain whom Trump has endorsed, …

Trump says he'll stop a migrant group from crossing the U.S. southern border. Can he do that?

October 26th, 2018

23:10

White House reporter David Nakamura explains which pieces of border operations and immigration law Trump can change or influence. Plus, Kevin Sieff recounts migrant experiences from his time traveling with the caravan …

Trump faces a challenging moment in Saudi-U.S. relations. What's at stake?

October 19th, 2018

29:54

Washington Post contributing columnist Jamal Khashoggis disappeared from a Saudi consulate in Turkey. His editor, Karen Attiah, sheds light on …

Trump made some strange financial moves in the decade before he became president. Can he do that?

October 12th, 2018

24:03

Trump's financial past includes $400 million in cash spending, $300 million in private loans and a $50 million loan to himself. David Fahrenthold and …

How can the Supreme Court maintain impartiality in America's modern political climate?

October 5th, 2018

27:09

What happens to the public's perceived independence of the Supreme Court when confirmation processes devolve into partisan battles? The Post's Robert …

Kavanaugh and Ford will testify at the Senate. Here's what to expect.

September 26th, 2018

25:21

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford will testify in relation to sexual misconduct allegations that have arisen during Kavanaugh's confirmation process. With much at stake, Trump is …

Trump ordered Russia investigation documents declassified. Can he do that?

September 21st, 2018

21:47

At odds with the Justice Department, Trump wants some texts, interviews and warrants made public. We explore his exercise of presidential power when it pushes against well-established norms and creates conflicts of …

President Trump says we are “absolutely, totally prepared” for Hurricane Florence. Are we?

September 14th, 2018

23:48

Trump called the handling of Hurricane Maria an "unsung success" and falsely said its high death count was generated to make him look bad. As we face Florence, reporter Joel Achenbach adds insight to Trump's claims and …

A harrowing book, an anonymous op-ed and a White House in chaos

September 7th, 2018

19:38

After a week of revelations about what it's like to work for President Trump, White House bureau chief Philip Rucker offers insight into the state of the administration.

Exclusive: Phone call between President Trump and Bob Woodward

September 4th, 2018

13:49

Bob Woodward sought an interview with President Trump as he was writing "Fear," a book about his presidency. Trump called Woodward in early August, after the manuscript had been completed, to say he wanted to …

Trump threatened to "take a look" at Google for "rigged" results. Can he do that?

August 31st, 2018

24:49

Does the administration have power to regulate the information technology companies distribute? Post technology reporter Brian Fung, technology …

Michael Cohen spent years alongside Trump. What might he know?

August 24th, 2018

20:15

Trump’s longtime lawyer and friend, who made a plea implicating Trump this week, has connections to the president’s charity and business. Post reporter Rosalind Helderman explains what we've learned from documents made …

Michael Cohen implicates Trump. Paul Manafort is found guilty. What happens now?

August 22nd, 2018

22:45

Within a few minutes on Tuesday afternoon, two people close to Trump are declared guilty. This special break-in episode with Post reporter Devlin Barrett breaks down what these major developments mean for the President …

Trump is trying to enforce an NDA against Omarosa Manigault Newman. Can he do that?

August 17th, 2018

22:47

A former White House aide is releasing details from her time in the administration. Trump wants to stop her. White House reporter Joshua Dawsey and watchdog director Danielle Brian explain what happens when a president …

Trump wants to distance himself from Paul Manafort’s trial. Can he do that?

August 10th, 2018

21:06

The ongoing trial of Trump’s former campaign manager can affect the future of the Mueller investigation. National security reporter Devlin Barrett and former federal prosecutor Robert Mintz explain what the jury’s …

Trump says that even if there were collusion, there was no crime. Can he do that?

August 4th, 2018

17:25

What are the legal lines surrounding collusion? Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Carol Leonnig and white-collar defense lawyer Jacob Frenkel analyze …

What Trump's rhetoric at his rallies can tell us about his approach towards policy and diplomacy

July 13th, 2018

21:21

In June, national political correspondent Jenna Johnson and producer Anne Li went to a Trump rally in Duluth, Minn. Johnson has been to dozens of …

How to Flip the House: The takeaways for 2018

June 29th, 2018

40:16

Given what we've learned from the 1994, 2006 and 2010 midterms about how partisanship, divisiveness and polarizing presidents all affect affect both …

How to Flip the House: The secret heist of 2010

June 28th, 2018

1:00:17

2010 was the year of the Tea Party, the year of backlash against Obama, and the year of the biggest shift of power in the House in a century. But it’s also the year that Republicans executed a little-noticed strategy …

How to Flip the House: The 2006 blue wave

June 27th, 2018

55:11

To understand the identity crisis within the Democratic Party, you could look to the 2006 midterm election … and the story of a junior congressman …

How to Flip the House: The 1994 Republican revolution

June 26th, 2018

57:24

Since childhood, Bill Paxon was a diehard Republican – a Nixon fanboy who watched House Republicans lose midterm elections for decades. Then he became a member of Congress. And he was finally in a position to help them …

How to Flip the House: A prologue on why midterm elections matter

June 25th, 2018

7:50

In the last 60 years, the House of Representatives has changed political control just three times: in 1994, 2006, and 2010. What do those midterms …

A week of mixed messaging on border separations

June 22nd, 2018

19:31

Post reporter Mary Jordan helps us look back at a week of conflicting statements and rapid reversals amid an outcry over immigration policy and …

The DOJ report on Comey: What you should know

June 15th, 2018

21:48

Post reporter Devlin Barrett joins us for a special episode to talk about the Justice Department inspector general's report on the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server.

'A meet-and-greet-plus': What to expect from Trump's sit-down with Kim Jong Un

June 9th, 2018

31:55

Trump is set to meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Singapore on Tuesday. How will the president navigate the high-stakes negotiations?

The Tale of the 'Trump Triers'

May 26th, 2018

25:27

Will tried-and-true Democrats in the Midwest who voted for Trump in 2016 continue supporting the president? And what do their evolving views say …

What to expect in Year Two of the Mueller investigation

May 19th, 2018

30:27

One year into the Mueller investigation, we ask: What happens next? And what if President Trump is right, and this all turns out to be nothing?

The president is backing out of the Iran Nuclear Deal. Will ‘the Trump Doctrine’ work?

May 11th, 2018

31:21

President Trump’s decision could unilaterally kill the landmark agreement — and his unconventional foreign policy approach could have widespread …

Midterms and Trump: What to look for as we enter primary season

May 5th, 2018

24:27

What does the state of the midterm season say about President Trump, and his effect on the political landscape of the country?

Will Trump get Americans off of welfare?

April 28th, 2018

27:52

Recent Trump executive actions are part of an effort to curb the number of people who rely on the government-funded "social safety net." How will these new restrictions affect low-income Americans?

Will courts let the Trump administration put a citizenship question on the Census?

April 21st, 2018

37:48

The Trump Administration wants to ask people about their citizenship status on the 2020 Census. Why are Democrats fighting this?

Special episode: Trump’s lawyer got raided by the FBI. Now what will Trump do?

April 12th, 2018

24:13

This week, we talk with reporter Matt Zapotosky about the FBI raid on attorney Michael Cohen — and potential implications for President Trump and the future of Robert Mueller's investigation.

Will Trump change how America pays for its infrastructure?

April 7th, 2018

30:31

So far, there's no $1.5 trillion infrastructure package. But Trump is still having a significant effect on how America funds and prioritizes its most significant transportation projects.

Will Trump change America's relationship with internet privacy?

March 31st, 2018

28:08

Confused about the Cambridge Analytica scandal and how it relates to President Trump? You're not alone. Reporter Tony Romm and internet privacy expert Daniel Kreiss take us on a deep dive.

When will Trump stop firing people and settle on his ‘A-team’?

March 24th, 2018

25:43

The firings, resignations, and ousters in the White House have reached a crescendo. What does that say about Trump – as a manager, as a policy-maker, …

Will Trump convince Kim Jong-Un to give up nuclear weapons?

March 17th, 2018

32:54

President Trump says he will sit down with North Korea and negotiate a deal on nuclear disarmament. On this week’s episode of “Can He Do That,” we talk to someone who’s tried that before.

Does the President have the power to downsize the government?

March 10th, 2018

24:04

Since President Trump entered office, he's promised a radical restructuring of the federal government — including significant cuts to the size of the federal workforce. But that hasn't happened yet. On this episode, we …

Should the president run the White House like a family business?

March 2nd, 2018

24:37

On this week's episode, we talk about presidential family members, and about Jared Kushner, Trump's son-in-law and embattled senior adviser. What happens when a president's own children wield influence in the White …

Will teen victims of school shootings force a change in federal gun laws?

February 21st, 2018

24:24

In this week's episode, Post reporters John Woodrow Cox and Wesley Lowery talk about their experiences covering school shootings — and why the …

Will Trump strike a deal on the Dream Act?

February 16th, 2018

28:24

Congress has been kicking around versions of the Dream Act for almost two decades — and yet, the latest debates in the Senate suggests that lawmakers …

Special episode: The Nunes memo and what it means

February 2nd, 2018

19:39

The House Intelligence Committee publicly released a memo Friday, and it has Washington D.C. in a whirlwind. National security reporter Matt Zapotosky explains what's in the memo, why it's been so controversial and what …

Special episode: Trump's first State of the Union address

January 31st, 2018

32:04

Washington Post senior editor Marc Fisher and political reporter Eugene Scott discuss the major themes of President Trump's first State of the Union …

Special episode: A State of the Union listening guide

January 26th, 2018

18:03

National political correspondent Karen Tumulty and senior editor Marc Fisher discuss what they’ll be listening for in Trump’s first State of the …

Special episode: One year after Trump’s inauguration, we revisit his speech

January 19th, 2018

34:53

One year ago, President Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States. In his speech, he painted his picture of America and made promises for his presidency. White House correspondents Jenna Johnson and …

We'll be back in 2018

December 15th, 2017

5:41

With highlights from some of this year's best episodes, Allison Michaels signs off for now.

Special episode: What does Doug Jones's win in Alabama mean for the country?

December 13th, 2017

27:07

Robert Costa reports on voter sentiment from Alabama. Plus, we dive into what happens for Trump, Congress, and party divisions in our country now that Alabama has elected a Democrat to the U.S. Senate.

Trump's lawyer says a president can't obstruct justice. Can he?

December 8th, 2017

29:54

Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Sari Horwitz guides us through Trump's lawyers' comments on obstruction of justice. Plus, legal experts weigh in on …

Is Trump reshaping an entire branch of government -- the judiciary?

December 1st, 2017

28:18

Supreme Court reporter Robert Barnes weighs in on presidential influence on the federal courts system. Plus, we talk to a political science professor …

Why do American presidents pardon turkeys anyway? A holiday episode.

November 22nd, 2017

9:21

Where did this tradition come from? What does it mean to “pardon" a turkey? We’ve got you covered in this special holiday episode with Post reporter …

Trump’s pressuring the Justice Dept to investigate Clinton. Can he do that?

November 17th, 2017

31:40

What are the limitations of a president's influence on the Justice Dept? Reporter Devlin Barrett offers the latest news, fact checker Glenn Kessler unpacks Uranium One, and a once dep. special counsel explains risks for …

One year since Trump's election: Live show

November 10th, 2017

1:19:25

Bob Woodward, David Fahrenthold and Karen Tumulty join Allison Michaels live on stage at Washington, DC's Warner Theatre for a look back on the past …

How much power does a president have to prevent terrorist attacks?

November 3rd, 2017

28:55

Reporter David Nakamura helps us answer: Can Trump keep us safe from terror attacks? We talk to an expert to learn how terrorist groups recruit. Plus, we examine how much power presidents have to influence …

Special episode: Trump's associates have been indicted. Can Trump himself emerge unscathed?

October 31st, 2017

20:13

What do developments in the Mueller investigation mean for Trump? Are indictments proof that the Trump campaign colluded with Russia to sway the 2016 …

Will Trump lose GOP majorities in 2018 if he keeps fighting with Republican lawmakers?

October 27th, 2017

24:38

Public criticism of the president from GOP senators seems unprecedented. But is it? Reporter Sean Sullivan weighs in on implications for the 2018 …

Will President Trump end the opioid crisis?

October 20th, 2017

28:05

How much power does the president have to solve a crisis that kills so many Americans? Reporter Scott Higham takes us on a deep dive into The Post-60 …

Is it within a president's power to strip broadcast licenses?

October 13th, 2017

27:52

We revisit the president-press relationship with media columnist Margaret Sullivan and talk to reporter Aaron Blake about President Nixon. Plus, …

Did Trump advisers break the law by using personal email for White House business?

September 29th, 2017

22:06

How does use of private email by Trump’s advisers compare to Clinton’s? We answer key questions with political investigations reporter Rosalind …

What can Paul Manafort's actions tell us about the Trump campaigns ties to Russia?

September 22nd, 2017

25:02

Pulitzer Prize-winner Carol Leonnig explains the complexities of Manafort's involvement in the Mueller investigation. Plus law professor Jimmy Gurulé …

Will Trump be able to work with Democrats and still maintain the support of his base?

September 15th, 2017

26:30

The Post's Robert Costa adds insight to Trump's latest deals with Democrats and what they mean for his political future. Plus, Nick Troiano of the …

What does Trump really want for the 'dreamers'?

September 8th, 2017

34:40

What does Trump hope will happen in Congress? With white house reporter David Nakamura, we talk to John Sandweg, former Immigration and Customs …

Will Trump get emergency response funding for Texas, as promised?

September 1st, 2017

24:32

How does Trump’s response to this natural disaster compare to that of past presidents? We talk to former FEMA administrator R. David Paulison. Plus, …

What's lost when a president opts out of ceremonial duties?

August 25th, 2017

27:10

With chief correspondent Dan Balz, we answer: Can a president fail to participate in tradition? Plus, we learn how President Reagan handled similar events and we talk to a former White House Social Secretary about …

Does a president need to unify the country to govern effectively?

August 18th, 2017

33:34

In the aftermath of violence in Charlottesville, Va., we examine the history of political appeals to white fear and how past presidents have …

How much power does a president have to lead us to nuclear war?

August 11th, 2017

35:41

With insight from White House reporter Jenna Johnson, we learn the answers to this critical question from an expert in North Korean history and a …

Will Trump's new chief of staff fix a White House in chaos?

August 4th, 2017

23:56

Can Kelly bring order to the White House? We talk to Kristine Simmons from the Bush White House, Chris Whipple, author of "Gatekeepers: How The White House Chiefs of Staff Define Every Presidency," and Greg Jaffe who …

Is it unusual for a president to publicly berate members of his own cabinet?

July 28th, 2017

24:47

Can a president fire the attorney general? How much influence does a president have over the Justice Department? Reporter Ashley Parker, historian …

Trump promised to bring back American jobs, can he do that?

July 21st, 2017

26:58

What can a president do to revive an industry in decline? Amy Goldstein, author of “Janesville: An American Story,” tells us what happens to people …

Did Donald Trump Jr.'s meeting with a Russian lawyer violate the law?

July 14th, 2017

Jens David Ohlin, vice dean at Cornell Law School, explains the legal boundaries and political consultant Tracy Sefl takes us into the world of …

Will Trump deliver on his health-care promises? (Part II)

June 30th, 2017

30:15

Health policy reporter Paige Cunningham breaks down the Senate bill and explains what’s at stake. Plus, we talk to Republican Mayor John Giles of …

Special episode: Obama's secret struggle to punish Russia for Putin's election assault

June 23rd, 2017

28:38

In an exclusive report, The Post's national security team goes inside the Obama administration's decision-making after the CIA captured Putin issuing these instructions: defeat Clinton and help elect Trump. Reporter …

How much of Obama's Cuba policies could Trump rollback?

June 16th, 2017

33:12

Will Trump's policy toward Cuba undo the Obama administration's efforts to normalize relations? What's at stake? Karen DeYoung answers those …

Will Trump accomplish his infrastructure promises?

June 9th, 2017

31:28

The Post's Damian Paletta on how much Trump can achieve. Plus, former Minneapolis mayor R.T. Rybak on facing tragedy in his city in 2007. And Henry …

Special episode: What we learned from Comey's testimony

June 8th, 2017

26:08

The Post's national security reporter Matt Zapotosky explains what Comey's words at Thursday's Senate Intelligence Committee hearing mean for the …

Is Trump isolating our strongest allies by backing away from key agreements?

June 2nd, 2017

26:51

The Post's White House bureau chief Philip Rucker offers insight from his trip abroad with the president. Plus, former ambassador to NATO Ivo Daalder explains the relationship between the U.S. and Europe, and the value …

What can Michael Flynn's actions tell us about the Russia investigation?

May 26th, 2017

26:28

Harvard's Alex Whiting explains where former national security adviser Michael Flynn's actions might break the law. Plus, The Post's Greg Miller tells us how Flynn fits in the story of possible coordination between the …

Amid turmoil in the U.S., can Trump's first international trip turn things around?

May 19th, 2017

21:33

President Trump leaves for his first international trip after two tumultuous weeks back home. Pulitzer Prize-winning correspondent Kevin Sullivan …

Special episode: Can a president reveal classified information?

May 16th, 2017

16:16

Greg Jaffe, one of The Post reporters who broke news of Trump revealing classified information to Russian diplomats, is on the show to explain presidential power when it comes to classified information and what happens …

How much power does a president have to affect an investigation?

May 12th, 2017

21:42

As the fallout from Trump's decision to fire FBI Director James Comey continues, we take a look at the limitations of presidential power when it comes to investigations. Plus, we assess how history measures up, with Bob …

Special episode: Can Trump fire the FBI director?

May 10th, 2017

20:41

The timing of FBI Director James B. Comey’s termination raises a lot of questions. The Post's national security reporter Matt Zapotosky discusses what we know now and what more there is to learn as this critical story …

Would Trump be able to break up the 9th Circuit Court?

May 5th, 2017

27:33

Can President Trump break up a federal circuit court because he disagrees with their decisions? Are there consequences for suggesting he'd do so? …

100 days: Is Trump in violation of his contract with American voters?

April 28th, 2017

26:40

Post reporters convene in a round-table conversation about Trump's achievements and failures in his first 100 days and what it means for the next four years of his presidency.

Do power struggles in the White House make Trump a more effective president?

April 21st, 2017

30:28

Do staff tensions interfere with Trump's ability to govern? And are these rivalries by Trump's design? White House bureau chief Philip Rucker talks to former Trump aide Sam Nunberg about what it's like to work for Trump …

When it comes to acts of war, how far can Trump go?

April 14th, 2017

28:03

With military action, when can a president bypass Congress and what are the consequences? National security reporter Dan Lamothe, American …

What can (and can’t) Trump associates do when it comes to Russia?

April 7th, 2017

31:54

Congressional reporter Karoun Demirjian helps answer: What can history show us about presidents’ relationships with foreign governments? When is communication illegal? And at what point do allegations turn into concrete …

Does Ivanka Trump’s new White House role hold up against legal and ethical standards?

March 31st, 2017

27:34

This week’s episode asks a slightly different question: Can she? How do potential business conflicts and issues of nepotism factor into Ivanka’s new …

Will Trump be able to deliver on his healthcare promises?

March 24th, 2017

26:51

In a setback for the president, a vote on the GOP health care overhaul plan was delayed Thursday. How does it affect Trump's promises to voters? The …

Will Trump really cut programs people depend on?

March 17th, 2017

29:18

Trump’s budget proposes massive cuts to the arts, science and the poor: Can he do that? The Post’s Kelsey Snell weighs in on whether Trump’s requests …

Are Trump's attacks on the media a threat to freedom of the press?

March 10th, 2017

32:05

How unusual is Trump's behavior toward the media? Media columnist Margaret Sullivan weighs in on that question and on what's at risk for democracy. …

Does Trump’s success depend on his relationship with Congress?

March 3rd, 2017

29:03

A master class in the relationship between party and president: The Post’s Robert Costa explains who’s running the show in Washington. He talks to GOP insider Grover Norquist on party unity under Trump and what it means …

Do President Trump's business conflicts violate the Constitution?

February 24th, 2017

26:32

The Post’s award-winning David Fahrenthold breaks down Trump’s many businesses, his complex foreign ties and the Emoluments Clause.

Will Trump ever release his tax returns?

February 17th, 2017

25:04

Trump is the first major party nominee in decades to not release returns. What happens now that he's president? Does Flynn's resignation change things? Plus, Rep. Bill Pascrell Jr. (D-N.J.) on Democrats' efforts to make …

Should Trump be spending weekends at Mar-a-Lago?

February 10th, 2017

27:35

President Trump frequents his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, has a triplex penthouse in Trump Tower in downtown Manhattan and has his last name blazoned on dozens of properties around the world. Does that change things …

Will President Trump's immigration ban survive?

February 3rd, 2017

25:20

Is President Trump's executive order temporarily barring entry into the U.S. from seven majority-Muslim countries within the bounds of presidential power? With Marc Fisher, Post senior editor and author of "Trump …

Can he tweet that?

January 27th, 2017

29:08

We take a close look at Trump's tweets now that he's president. Can he make official policy statements on Twitter? And does that dictate government …

Introduction to the podcast

January 23rd, 2017

2:14

Host Allison Michaels gives a look at what to expect from the newest podcast from the Washington Post.

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