Pat and Stu 1/31/17 - Hour 1
January 31, 2017•46 min
-Sally Yates said that she would not enforce Trump's executive order on immigration and was subsequently fired, but she would have been let go in two weeks anyway. This way, she gains additional acclaim among liberals and might just have a place on MSNBC for her trouble, according to Stu.
-In short, what if the new president was Bernie Sanders halting all border security measures? Stu would gladly step aside in lieu of enforcing a law that clashed so deeply with his beliefs.
-NBC. They gave us Donald Trump to be our president, and now they have the nerve to give us a new edition of The Celebrity Apprentice!
-Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) shed tears that might or might not have been genuine in the wake of Donald Trump's executive order on immigration. The guys re-affirm why he is an exemplary member of the Douche Hall of Fame.
-In short, Trump should have drawn up the list of those exempt from his travel ban BEFORE he signed the executive order. Stu and Jeff speculate what might be the “difference maker” for those waiting to enter this country.
-The guys continue to discuss the impending Supreme Court nomination and examine both the list of potential nominees and the list of experts that Trump must have consulted to gain an opinion on said candidates.
-A Scottish man living in England has been the subject of a most undue amount of hate on Twitter. And it's all because of his name: Steve Bannon. Fortunately, he appears to have made the most of the situation.
-Stu and Jeff talk about Trump's ever-changing relationship with the media and Jeffy starts talking like a Trump spokesman.
-The media actually covered the March for Life. In fact, they provided 37 times more coverage than last year. Also, actress Michelle Dockery made waves at the SAG Awards by... blinking... a lot.
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