Josh Barro says, "A stupid and unnecessary diplomatic incident with Britain is not going to lead to an exchange of nuclear weapons... but the North Koreans are testing intercontinental ballistic missiles and seem to be itching for a war. If this situation is mishandled, many, many, many, many people could die." Should he be this concerned? President Trump sent a budget to Congress that cuts back many federally funded programs, while enhancing the military. Debates continue to rage over healthcare reform. Is there a version of the bill that can get passed?
Josh Barro (Business Insider) moderates from the Center. Rich Lowry (National Review) is on the Right. On the Left, Katrina vanden Heuvel (The Nation). Gene Sperling (economic advisor to Presidents Clinton & Obama) is our special guest.
Barro on Spicer's absurd accusation against British intelligence
Barro on why the GOP health plan will make health insurance more expensive
Lowry on whether the healthcare bill could turn Trump against Congress?
Vanden Heuvel on how Democrats can win back the working class
Sperling on the ACHA and tax cuts for the rich
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