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Washington Journal 5h
THURS| Director John Conger discusses the national security impacts of climate change Call in at 8am!
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Washington Journal 5h
THURS| Former Communications Director & Senior Communication Adviser for Trump 2016 Transition Team on Pres. Trump's first 2 years in office & campaign 2020 Tune in at 9am!
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Washington Journal 6h
THURS| Former Energy Secretary for the Obama administration discusses energy policy Live at 8:30am!
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Washington Journal 7h
ICYMI: Richard Norton Smith on revisionist history, "There's revisionism that... isn't new information. It's another generation has a different set of conventions, a different way of seeing the same information."
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Washington Journal 8h
ICYMI: Edna Greene Medford on FDR's Presidency, "He understood that communicating with the electorate, with the population, in general, was extremely important... One of our President's who's most challenged physically came across as a very very strong personality."
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Washington Journal 9h
ICYMI: on the comparison between FDR & Bernie Sanders, "Bernie would agree, He loves... FDR. But FDR was very much shrewder in certain ways than Bernie Sanders."
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Washington Journal 9h
ICYMI: on Environmental Justice, It, "takes into account that pollution & dumping & environmental degradation should not somehow be just targeted to one community & having a clean & safe environment should not be aspirational."
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Washington Journal 10h
ICYMI: Mandy Gunasekara () on her decision to start Energy 45, "Republicans in general & when it comes to the issues on energy & environment, there isn't a good positive dialog... So I left to fill what I would characterize as a communication void."
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Washington Journal 15h
. on why she supports the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement, "it put all the burdens on the U.S. & let most of our signatories get a free pass… [it] was a lot of empty rhetoric that front loaded a lot of the cost on the American people"
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Ernest Moniz 13h
Looking forward to discussing the future of energy policy and 's latest report on decarbonizing California's economy with the Washington Journal's () . Tune into tomorrow at 8:30am EST to watch the interview.
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Washington Journal 13h
Richard Norton Smith on the different impact of Pres. Johnson & Nixon tapes, The reviews for Johnson's tapes are, "favorable for his mastery of the political process…Nixon's tapes…have had a very different response reflecting…different atmosphere of the Nixon Oval Office"
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Washington Journal 14h
. on number three ranked Pres. Franklin D. Roosevelt & Eleanor Roosevelt "If you're dealing with a team, a President & First Lady, Franklin & Eleanor Roosevelt are the gold standard of how much together they accomplished"
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Washington Journal 14h
. on the lowest ranking President, James Buchanan "Buchanan's inaction during his presidency when the country was starting to become unraveled & he did nothing, paving the way for the Civil War, is really going to be hard to juggle him off that bottom perch"
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Washington Journal 15h
Want to learn more about how the ranks were created for C-SPAN's newest book "The Presidents"? Check it out here:
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Washington Journal 15h
Edna Greene Medford on the top five Presidents, "We see that they're all sharing is that they're very decisive people & they're able to rise to the occasion in moments of crisis. They had great vision for the country & they were able to communicate"
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Washington Journal 15h
Historians Douglas Brinkley, Edna Greene Medford & Richard Norton Smith discuss C-SPAN's new book "The Presidents" Watch now:
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Washington Journal 15h
Texas Southern University professor Robert Bullard, often referred to as the "father of the environmental justice movement," discusses the future of the movement Tune in live:
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Washington Journal 15h
READ ON AIR: "A sketch Donald Trump made of the Manhattan skyline is up for auction" via
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Washington Journal 15h
READ ON AIR: "Months later, Trump closes in on U.N. nomination" via
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Washington Journal 15h
. on why she supports the U.S. withdrawal from the Paris Climate Agreement, "it put all the burdens on the U.S. & let most of our signatories get a free pass… [it] was a lot of empty rhetoric that front loaded a lot of the cost on the American people"
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