Andrea Bernstein

WNYC and co-host of the “Trump, Inc” podcast

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WNYC senior politics & policy editor and co-host of the “Trump, Inc” podcast.

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Both the Kushner and Trump families are descendents of European immigrants who found success in the United States.

The American dream, as seen through Kushner and Trump families

Both the Kushner and Trump families are descendents of European immigrants who found success in the United States.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

During his testimony in front of the House Oversight and Reform committee on Wednesday, Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen said Trump committed insurance fraud, and that three…

Who are the other Trump officials Michael Cohen named in his testimony?

During his testimony in front of the House Oversight and Reform committee on Wednesday, Trump’s former attorney Michael Cohen said Trump committed insurance fraud, and that three…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

In federal court this morning, Michael Cohen admitted to lying before Congress about a deal Trump was trying to put together to build a hotel in Moscow in 2016.

Trump’s former lawyer admits to lying about a Trump tower deal

In federal court this morning, Michael Cohen admitted to lying before Congress about a deal Trump was trying to put together to build a hotel in Moscow in 2016.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are holding a final debate Thursday in Nashville, with Kristen Welker of NBC News moderating.

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from KCRW Features

In the 12 hours after President Trump announced he tested positive for COVID-19, a surge of anti-Asian sentiment and conspiracy theories proliferated on Twitter.

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Malls and casinos can now reopen — with limited capacity — in LA County. Breweries and wineries can resume outdoor operations too.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Followers of the QAnon conspiracy theory are targeting incumbent lawmakers with vicious online attacks and death threats.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

The presidential election is November 3. With the COVID-19 pandemic, voters might be wondering whether it’s safer to vote by mail or in person. How do mail-in ballots work anyway?

from KCRW Features