Geoff Ingersoll

Editor in chief of The Daily Caller

Editor in chief of The Daily Caller

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Josh Barro discusses the fight in Congress over the next phase of coronavirus aid and the dispatch of federal agents with Christine Emba, Megan McArdle and Geoff Ingersoll.

Brinkmanship in a pandemic

Josh Barro discusses the fight in Congress over the next phase of coronavirus aid and the dispatch of federal agents with Christine Emba, Megan McArdle and Geoff Ingersoll.

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