We start with market expert Jim Iuorio calling in from the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange. After all of the hand-wringing, the markets are moving higher, and now closing in on the all time highs. Jim says he feels good, and that worries him a little bit. There might not be much more good news to add into the soup. Is there room for disappointment? Jim tells where he the next leg up, why it stalls, and where it goes from there.
A holiday weekend is coming up and in DC that means Mueller time. Dan Mahaffee joins and tells us what we won't learn on Thursday when the redacted report will come out -- and where the next fights lie. Both sides will see what they want to see. Looking forward, the Mueller report won't change anyone's mind, can we move on to discussions about what matters to people's daily lives, and pocketbooks.
Special guest Tony Fratto joins us for the third segment. Tony is a veteran of the Bush Administration (and campaigns.) We begin talking about Mayor Pete. Tony says Buttigieg is a serious, and genuine thinker. Is there room for reasoned debate and thoughtful policy in American politics? Tony has been in DC since 1991. He says living in DC gets easier year after year, but professionally, it's never been more raw. We close with looping around to the economy. Is 3000 within reach? Farr says yes.
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