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Sanders and Ocasio-Cortez sat down with Grim to discuss the power of grassroots movements, health care, and more before Sanders’s Queens rally on Saturday.
In this bonus episode, The Intercept’s Ryan Grim joins for an extended conversation about his new book, “We’ve Got People.”
Ryan Grim will be joining The Intercept as D.C. bureau chief later this month.
Paul Ryan’s primary opponent Paul Nehlen says a vote for him is “a vote for every person who never got to go out for a steak dinner with lobbyists for the Chamber of Commerce.”
Linking with women-led labor struggles is her way of answering those who want to push her away from economic policy and into a “women’s issues” box.
Mehdi Hasan discusses the Atlanta Democratic debate with Intercept politics reporter Akela Lacy and Waleed Shahid of the activist group Justice Democrats.
“I never actually endorsed the plan. They went ahead and used my name,” said one prominent South Carolinian who the campaign named as a top supporter.
The Vermont senator discusses his 2020 campaign and his rivalry with Elizabeth Warren.
Bernie Sanders said Congress needs to be as progressive as possible to pass bold legislation, but waved off talk of endorsing specific primary challenges.
Political science professor David Faris joins Mehdi Hasan to discuss the structural reforms that could redress the power imbalance in Washington.