October 11, 2016

David Cay Johnston and Doris Kearns Goodwin


As 2016 continues in its wretched quest to rob every last one of us of our very ability to even, there’s little any of us can do, it seems, besides throw up our arms and hope that listening to David Cay Johnston, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist behind The Making of Donald Trump, and quite possibly the world’s foremost authority on the Jerk Who Would Be King. Here he is talking with Al Sharpton on MSNBC’s PoliticsNation this weekend:

David also recently appeared on Your Call on San Francisco’s KALW radio, Boston Herald Radio, the Ross Kaminsky Show, and WHYY’s Radio Times.

It’s a few months old, but more relevant than ever after what, for lack of a better word, we’re all calling this weekend’s debate, is this clip of the great Doris Kearns Goodwin talking with Stephen Colbert about how Lincoln was a Baberaham, swimming with LBJ, and exactly how unprecedented a phenomenon Trump’s candidacy is:


Take courage, fellow Americans! Just a couple more weeks left. You know what you have to do.