What Not To Talk About Over Turkey: Politics!Play
One of the rules that helps many families get through this holiday is... don't talk about politics. But because this is the day before, we're going to begin with politics so that we can get it our of our system.
Eight weeks and a couple of days away from the Iowa Caucuses and a little more more than nine weeks away from the New Hampshire Primary, it's time for an update on the GOP race.
Ken Rubin, former NPR political editor and host of Ken Rudin's Political Junkie. He tweets @kenrudinjunkie.
Radio Boston: NH Politics With Anthony Brooks: GOP Candidates And Foreign Policy
- "In the wake of the attacks on civilians in Paris Friday, leaders on all levels are being asked to examine their foreign policy stances."
The Washington Post: Chris Christie Defends Refugee Pause With Stories Of 9/11
- " New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, who has joined most Republican governors and every GOP candidate for president in calling for the United States to stop settling Syrian refugees, has started defending that decision based on his personal experience of Sept. 11, 2001. At two town hall meetings in the first primary state, Christie accused President Obama of forgetting the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, as he drove some audience members to tears."
Boston.com: Donald Trump Delivers Classic Donald Trump Speech In Worcester
- "'So amazing,' Donald Trump said, gazing out at the crowd on its feet. 'By the way, do we love Tom Brady?'"
This segment aired on November 25, 2015.