On a special guest episode of That Trippi Show, author and director of polling at the Harvard Institute of Politics, John Della Volpe, joins Joe and Alex to discuss one of the most impactful trends in politics -- growing engagement among young voters. What changed in 2018 that John and Joe see continuing through 2022 and beyond? And why John thinks Democrats might be winning the long-term battle for young voters -- and locking in gains for decades. What policies and tactics should campaigns follow to win young voters? (Hint: It's all about the relationships, not the transactions).
After spending the past week scrambling to defend Trump while attacking DA Alvin Bragg, Republican 2024 hopefuls have shot themselves in the foot instead of making a defiant stand against their most powerful opponent.
So where are the rest of the 2024 GOP presidential primary contenders, and what's holding them back from getting in the fight? Rick is joined by Politico's Jonathan Martin to discuss the Republican presidential field so far, what it may look like in the future, and what those odds are for future challengers to the orange man.
They've learned nothing. The GOP is repeating the 2016 strategic mess that got Trump elected the first time. Reed and Rick write that Republicans are acting out the definition of insanity: doing the same thing and expecting a different result.