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Your weekly window into how the most impactful moments in politics unfold. From the Oval Office to the Clinton campaign war room to the hallowed halls of Congress to Maryland's Governor's Mansion, we bring you inside the rooms where the biggest decisions are made. Hosted by a couple of college kids still trying to learn how things get done in this complicated yet beautiful world of American politics.
 
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For the Season 10 finale, the flies were joined by GU Politics Fellow Rebecca Pearcey to discuss her career, her extensive experience in the campaign world, her advice to young people interested in entering politics, and more! Don’t miss this great conversation with Rebecca.By Fly on the Wall: a GU Politics Podcast
 
In this episode, the flies sat down with John Anzalone, Chief Pollster of the 2020 Biden Campaign, Tony Fabrizio, Chief Pollster of the 2016 and 2020 Trump Campaigns, and Jocelyn Kiley, Associate Director of the Pew Research Center, to pull back the curtain on all things polling in this day and age. This conversation is one that you don't want to m…
 
Enjoy this Thanksgiving BONUS episode with the Fly! We are joined by DSCC Communications Director David Bergstein. We talk 2022 election prospects, candidates to watch, and the Democratic Party's message heading into the midterms. Bergstein also touches on how the historic Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill will impact senate races across the country.…
 
This week on the Pod, the Flies spoke with Amna Nawaz, chief correspondent for PBS NewsHour and GU Politics fellow. After serving as an ABC News anchor and NBC News foreign correspondent, Amna joined PBS, where she currently reports on a wide range of topics, including politics, foreign affairs, education, climate change, culture and sports. In thi…
 
GU Politics hosted an amazing watch party for the 2021 Virginia gubernatorial elections. The Fly spoke with students from across the political spectrum, delving into their thoughts on the competition between Republican Glenn Youngkin and Democrat Terry McAuliffe. Hear the buzz from election night in this special episode of Fly On the Wall!…
 
The Flies were joined by Brian Stelter — CNN’s chief media correspondent, the anchor of “Reliable Sources,” and a fall GU Politics fellow — in this week’s episode. A familiar face on cable news, he sheds light on the “post-truth” era, how TV news has evolved over time, and the challenges that journalists face when reporting on science and changing …
 
This week on the Pod, GU Politics fellow Charlotte Clymer (S’16) shared her extensive experience as a transgender activist and military veteran. In addition to serving as the Press Secretary for Rapid Response at the Human Rights Campaign, the nation’s largest civil rights organization dedicated to LGBTQ equality, Charlotte was a communications and…
 
Rory Cooper sat down with the Flies in this episode to discuss his experience working for former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and his role shaping the Department of Homeland Security. Cooper and the Flies also touch on the changing character of the Republican Party, the War in Afghanistan, and the future of national security. Don’t miss this i…
 
The Flies kicked off Season 10 this week with a recap of some of our favorite episodes from last year. Revisiting interviews with Jenny Durkan (Mayor of Seattle), Julie Pace (Associated Press Executive Editor), Sarah Rogers (former Chief of Staff to Rep. Patrick Meehan), Faiz Shakir (Campaign Manager, Bernie Sanders’ 2020 campaign), Hilary Franz (W…
 
In this special episode of Fly On the Wall, we bring you analysis of the recent effort to recall California Governor Gavin Newsom. Mike Madrid, expert in Latino voting trends, former political director for the California Republican Party, and co-founder of the Lincoln Project shared his take on conservative politics in liberal states, the fate of A…
 
For our Season 9 finale, we interviewed Tom Perez, a Spring 2021 GU Politics Fellow and former Chair of the Democratic National Committee. He served President Obama for eight years, first as DOJ Civil Rights Head and then as U.S. Secretary of Labor. In this episode, Tom not only took the Flies behind the scenes of his civil rights career, but also …
 
In this episode, the Flies sat down with Guy Benson, host of “the Guy Benson Show,” spring GU Politics Fellow, Fox News contributor, and political editor at TownHall.com. Guy shares his journey from a high school student calling baseball games on local access channels to being a political commentator for Fox News. We also explore politics in post 9…
 
This week on the Pod, we spoke with Spring 2021 GU Politics Fellow and former U.S. Senator Doug Jones, who represented Alabama from 2018 to 2021. Prior to being one of the Senate’s most bipartisan members, he served as U.S. Attorney for the Northern District of Alabama and prosecuted the 1963 bombing of the 16th Street Baptist Church. Tune in to he…
 
Put your rain jackets on because this week the Pod visited the Pacific Northwest! The Fly sat down with Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan in this episode, chief of executive of the first major American city to be hit by COVID-19. Mayor Durkan shared her experience coordinating with cities across the globe to respond to the pandemic, building a mass-vaccin…
 
Our episode this week features North Carolina State Representative Ricky Hurtado, who became the first Latino Democrat elected to the NC General Assembly in 2020. In addition to representing District 63 (Alamance County), Ricky serves on the Board of Alamance Partnership for Children and co-founded LatinxEd, a nonprofit that aims to expand opportun…
 
How has the Trump presidency, COVID-19, and social media changed the journalism industry? What salient issues and policies will dominate the news cycle moving forward? Find out in our latest episode with Julie Pace, Washington Bureau Chief for the Associated Press and a Spring GU Politics Fellow. In addition to the presidencies of Barack Obama and …
 
The Flies sat down with former Congressman Charles Djou (HI-01) this week for an interview jam-packed with insights from his extensive career in public service. In addition to serving as a Honolulu City Councilmember (2003-2010) and State Representative (2000-2002), the Congressman was a Lieutenant Colonel in the U.S. Army Reserve. Listen now for t…
 
GU Politics Fellow Sara Sendek brings the Fly inside the George Bush White House, shares how she developed the public affairs strategy for the Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), and more in this interview. Listen in for insights on combating misinformation and the duty of federal government communicators to the American people…
 
How are young conservatives shaping the future of the Republican Party? What issues matter to Asian American voters? This week, we got answers to these questions and more from GOP political expert Adi Sathi, who is Chief of Staff to the Young Republican National Foundation, former GOP Director of APA Engagement, and former Vice Chair of the Michiga…
 
Spring GU Politics Fellow Anatole Jenkins discusses political organization and mobilization in this week’s episode. Learn about his experience organizing for Barack Obama, Kamala Harris, and his most recent experience serving as National Director of States Organizing for Joe Biden. Anatole shares his analysis of key points in the 2020 Democratic Pr…
 
For our final interview of Season 8, the Flies Zoomed in with Fall 2020 GU Politics Fellow, Lis Smith. Lis Smith is a veteran on the campaign trail, having worked on over 20 campaigns, including Bill de Blasio’s 2013 mayoral campaign, President Barack Obama’s second presidential campaign, Governor Andrew Cuomo’s 2018 re-election campaign, and, most…
 
This week, the Flies interviewed Jessica Taylor, Senate and Governors Editor for the Cook Political Report. Previously, she was a political reporter for National Public Radio, where she covered elections and breaking news, ranging from the White House to Congress. Her coverage of campaigns and elections has also appeared in The New York Times, The …
 
The Flies are excited to welcome Sarah Rogers to the podcast this week! This episode was recorded on Thursday, November 5, while election results are still being tabulated.Sarah Rogers currently works as Vice President of Navigators Global LLC, a Republican government relations and strategic communications firm in Washington, DC. Previously, Sarah …
 
Our guest this week is Mary Katharine Ham, a former local news journalist turned Presidential debate moderator. MK has done almost everything in the world of journalism. She is currently a CNN correspondent and a Fall 2020 Fellow with our very own Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service.By Fly on the Wall: a GU Politics Podcast
 
This week, two of our newest Flies sat down with Washington State Commissioner of Public Lands, Hilary Franz. Commissioner Franz has over two decades of experience in environmental law and public policy. In 2016 she was elected to run the Washington State Department of Natural Resources. As Commissioner of the state’s largest wildfire fight force, …
 
We're welcoming Fall 2020 Fellow Errin Haines to the podcast this week! Since starting at the Atlanta Daily World, Haines has written for major publications such as the LA Times, the Washington Post, and the Associated Press. Currently, she is Editor-at-Large for The 19th, a nonprofit, nonpartisan newsroom reporting on gender, politics, and policy …
 
This week, we interviewed Fall GU Politics Fellow Kevin Hassett. He is a former Chairman of the White House Council of Economic Advisors under the Trump Administration and currently serves as a Senior Advisor to the President. Prior to the White House, Hassett served as an economic advisor on the McCain, Bush, and Romney presidential campaigns, as …
 
The Flies are bringing you an interview with Mia Love, a former 2-term U.S. Representative of the 4th Congressional District of Utah, where she was the first black Republican woman elected to Congress. Prior to her time in Congress, Rep. Love served on the city council and was elected mayor in her hometown of Saratoga Springs, Utah. She is currentl…
 
Welcome back to a new season of Fly on the Wall! We're kicking off Season 8 by bringing you an interview with Faiz Shakir, campaign manager for Senator Bernie Sanders' 2020 presidential campaign. Prior to the campaign trail, Shakir was a national political director at the ACLU, and previously a senior advisor to Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, a…
 
This week, we interviewed Sam Cornale, the Deputy CEO of the DNC. Cornale has extensive experience working on the Obama campaigns for President and within the Obama Administration. After leaving the Obama administration, he served as the campaign manager for Tom Perez’s successful run for DNC chair.By Fly on the Wall: a GU Politics Podcast
 
This week, the Flies are excited to bring you an interview with Alvin Brown, former mayor of Jacksonville, FL, the largest city by land area and 12th largest city by population in the continental United States. Mayor Brown has extensive experience connecting the private and public sectors and was a GU Politics Fellow in Spring 2016.…
 
Campaign experts Patti Solis Doyle and Karen Finney are joining the Flies this week for an exciting discussion on what the Biden campaign is looking for in a VP, the role of the VP candidate on the campaign trail, and their thoughts on what Joe Biden’s decision may be. Patti Solis Doyle served as chief of staff to Joe Biden during the 2008 vice-pre…
 
This week, the Flies are bringing you an interview with Amber Athey, the Washington Editor for Spectator USA, and host of the “Unfit to Print” podcast by the Daily Caller, where she was formerly White House Correspondent. Amber is a Hoya and Tony Blankley Fellow at the Steamboat Institute.By Fly on the Wall: a GU Politics Podcast
 
Welcome back to FOTW! To kick off our first-ever summer season, we’re excited today to bring you a conversation with Michelle Jaconi, an executive producer at the Washington Post, former Hoya, and member of GU Politics’ advisory board. At the Post, she runs the creative video team, where she has spearheaded the Post’s success on Tik Tok and other p…
 
For our Season 7 finale, we're bringing you an interview with Congressman Joe Crowley (D-NY)! Congressman Crowley represented New York's 14th congressional district for nearly 20 years, throughout which he was on the frontline of Democratic leadership and numerous legislative efforts. He was a Spring 2020 GU Politics Fellow and served in the New Yo…
 
The Flies are back this week bringing you an interview with Robert Traynham, the Head of Public Affairs for Facebook in Washington, DC. Robert is a GU Politics Spring 2020 Fellow with extensive experience in communications as a staffer on the Hill, as a TV host for MSNBC, and in the private sector.By Fly on the Wall: a GU Politics Podcast
 
This week, the Flies are excited to bring you an interview with Jess Morales Rocketto, the Executive Director of Care in Action and Political Director of the National Domestic Workers Alliance. Jess's career has spanned from community organizing, activism, to work on the presidential campaigns for Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.…
 
FROM THE ARCHIVE: Today's episode features Eric Trump (MSB '06), campaign surrogate for the Trump 2020 reelection campaign and Executive Vice President of the Trump Organization. The episode was recorded on February 25, 2020.The Flies have transitioned to virtual production and are dedicated to bringing you new and exciting content in the future. W…
 
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