Anchored from the nation’s capital, “Way Too Early with Kasie Hunt” covers both the day’s inside-the-beltway political news as well as the critical stories shaping the national conversation leading into “Morning Joe.”
Election day is 100 days away and the polls show Joe Biden poised to unseat a Republican incumbent for the first time since George HW Bush. But don’t tell that to Democrats still living with polling PTSD from 2016. Rep. James Clyburn, Rep. Karen Bass, Amy Walter and more join Steve Kornacki this week on the show.
This week Joe Biden is expected to announce a decision on his running mate. Stacey Abrams, Keisha Lance Bottoms, David Plouffe, Robert Gibbs, Yamiche Alcindor, and Jennifer Palmieri join Kasie to talk about what’s at stake for the Biden campaign.
For years on Kasie DC we’ve found ourselves asking time and again, “Can he really do that?” The president tests credulity again with a series of executive actions. Rep. Adam Schiff, Beto O’Rourke, Jonathan Swan, Steve Schmidt, Cornell Belcher, Ashley Parker and more join the show.
As Speaker Pelosi calls back House Democrats to take on funding cuts to the USPS, all eyes are on the Zoom convention. Tonight Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, Sen. Doug Jones, Sam Stein, Jon Lemire, Robert Costa, and Katie Hill join Kasie to talk about an unconventional year
As President Trump and the Republicans prepare for a convention that will look much different than what we saw from the Democrats, including speeches from the White House, the president deals with a slew of damaging headlines.
As violence grabs headlines in a handful of American cities, for the moment the president is dictating the ground on which the election is being fought as he and Joe Biden prepare to address unrest in trips this week. Rep. Bennie Thompson, Rep. Jim Clyburn, Jake Sherman, Eugene Robinson, Sam Stein and many more join Kasie.
Longtime members of the Kasie DC family and other special guests come together to talk about the news of the day and reflect on the last three years. Starting September 21st, catch Kasie on “Way Too Early” Monday-Friday at 5am on MSNBC.