Gretchen Whitmer, Pennsylvania Gov. Whitmer, Tapper pushes Lara Trump on unfounded accusation, Lara Trump: 'I don't know' if Trump tested before debate, Pritzker: Trump is 'modeling bad behavior', Coons defends Feinstein, is open to expanding SCOTUS, Fareed Zakaria's lessons from the coronavirus pandemic, Tapper reacts to Trump's proclamation celebrating character, Biden has been silent on this campaign issue.

In July of 2016, David Brown, the police chief of Dallas, came to Tapper’s weekend program, “State of the Union” for an exchange about five police officers killed during an act of domestic terrorism. Finally, Jake talks with Arkansas Gov. Finally, Supreme Court reporters Nina Totenberg of NPR, Joan Biskupic of CNN and Irin Carmon of New York Magazine join Jake, First, Jake asks Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti about the record wildfires ravaging California, as well as President Trump's response to the crisis. CNN political commentator and former Clinton campaign spokeswoman Karen Finney tells CNN's Jake Tapper that Democrats should feel hopeful going into Election Day but should leave nothing to chance. Then, Dana presses Veterans Affairs Secretary Robert Wilkie on reports that President Trump privately denigrated and demeaned service members killed in combat. Whitmer, Tapper pushes Lara Trump on unfounded accusation, Lara Trump: 'I don't know' if Trump tested before debate, Pritzker: Trump is 'modeling bad behavior', Coons defends Feinstein, is open to expanding SCOTUS, Fareed Zakaria's lessons from the coronavirus pandemic, Tapper reacts to Trump's proclamation celebrating character, Biden has been silent on this campaign issue. During “Union’s” last broadcast, Tapper interviewed former U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell, who revealed his plans to vote for Joe Biden in the next presidential election even though Powell is a former Republican official. Finally, Jake reflects on President Trump's coronavirus diagnosis. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. First, Dana presses Wisconsin Sen. Ron Johnson on if President Trump is inflaming tensions following violence in Wisconsin and Oregon. Finally, J, First, Jake presses White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow on President Trump's constantly shifting position on a potential stimulus deal with Congress. Gretchen Whitmer about the troubling spike in coronavirus cases in her state. DeWine: Trump diagnosis a 'cautionary tale' for Americans, Dr. Gupta: White House physician still dancing around questions, Tapper: Trump has become a symbol of his failures.

uttigieg on if he thinks his one-time rival Joe Biden's message is resonating. Start a Free Trial to watch State of the Union With Jake Tapper on YouTube TV (and cancel anytime). Then, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff responds to the White House decision to cancel in-person election briefings for Congress. om/policies/listener for privacy information. In this week's State of the Cartoonion Jake Tapper explores the dances Sean Spicer could incorporate into his repertoire after his appearance on 'Dancing with the Stars'. Next, Jake talks with Delaware Sen. Chris Coons about the Biden campaign and confirmation hearings for Judge Amy Coney Barrett. Senior Biden campaign adviser Anita Dunn tells CNN's Jake Tapper that the campaign feels good about their potential paths to reaching 270 electoral votes. “One of the gifts of the Sunday show is that you can really talk for an extensive period of time with somebody and do a very long interview,” says Tapper, who engaged in his own sizable discussion with Variety earlier this week. Then, Dana talks to FEMA Administrator Peter Gaynor about the damage from Hurricane Laura and. Then, he interviews Democratic Sen. Amy Klobuchar and White House aide Marc Short about what comes next for the vacant high court seat.

He will no doubt hope to make impact this Sunday. Hear his stance in 1983, Bedingfield: Trump can't 'rewrite' debate schedule, Hutchinson: Trump not to blame for MI kidnapping plot, Hirono: Judge Barrett's religion is 'irrelevant', Kudlow says Trump rallies follow CDC rules. Senior Biden campaign adviser Anita Dunn tells CNN's Jake Tapper that the campaign feels good about their potential paths to reaching 270 electoral votes. Hosted by CNN's Jake Tapper, State of the Union features interviews with top newsmakers on politics and policy -- covering Washington, the country and the world. Gretchen Whitmer, Wisconsin Gov. Michigan Gov. from Election Day. CNN political commentator and former Clinton campaign spokeswoman Karen Finney tells CNN's Jake Tapper that Democrats should feel hopeful going into Election Day but should leave nothing to chance. ', Jon Stewart: 'Always' have hope despite divisive politics, Jon Stewart leads push for aid for sick veterans, Sen. Cotton defends GOP push to confirm SCOTUS nominee, Jill Biden: Here's how to help military families, Pelosi: Dems will propose new covid relief plan shortly, Dem Sen. Manchin: 'I can't support' expanding Court, Pelosi: Trump wants SCOTUS to undo Obamacare, Manchin: GOP 'fanning the flames' with SCOTUS fight, Manchin will meet with Barrett despite 'no' vote, GOP Sen. Cotton: Senate will fill SCOTUS seat before election, GOP senator: We'll have a peaceful transfer in January 2025, Pelosi: Our concern in the Supreme Court is the Affordable Care Act, WH testing czar: 'We want to encourage more testing', Giroir: We do not have a safe, effective vaccine yet, Three female SCOTUS reporters remember Ginsburg, Irin Carmon on Ginsburg's 'Notorious RBG' nickname, Joan Biskupic on Ginsburg's 'schoolgirl youthful enthusiasm', Nina Totenberg on 50 years of friendship with Ginsburg, Giroir: Doctors are 'unanimous' on masks, distancing, WH aide defends Trump call to replace Ginsburg, Klobuchar hails Ginsburg as "icon" and "hero", Clinton remembers Ginsburg as 'cultural icon', Klobuchar: GOP beholden to integrity, not McConnell, Clinton: GOP will 'spread cynicism' if they replace Ginsburg, Tapper presses White House official on Trump's rallies, Clinton: 'Superficially hypocritical' for Trump and GOP to fill Ginsburg's seat.