Today on Boston Public Radio:

– Jennifer Nassour and Steve Kerrigan recapped down Tuesday’s primaries, and debated President Donald Trump's odds of winning reelection in November. Nassour is a former chairwoman of the Mass GOP, founder of Conservative Women For A Better Future, and president of the Pocketbook Project. Kerrigan is the CEO of the Edward M. Kennedy Community Health Center and former CEO of the DNC.

– We opened lines to hear your takeaways from Tuesday’s primaries.

– CNN analyst Juliette Kayyem discussed ongoing Russian interference ahead of the November election, and a new campaign ad from former Vice President Joe Biden that counters the president’s claim of being the “law and order” candidate.

– Medical ethicist Art Caplan discussed President Trump’s unprompted denial that he had a series of mini-strokes, and weighed in on the ethical problems with the Trump administration’s efforts to fast-track a coronavirus vaccine.

– Food writer Corby Kummer talked about claims from some conservatives that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris would ban hamburgers, and discussed ongoing turmoil for restaurants struggling to stay afloat through the coronavirus pandemic.

– Writer David Gessner discussed his latest book, “Leave It As It Is: A Journey Through Theodore Roosevelt's American Wilderness,” which dives into the former president's complicated legacy as a conservationist.

– GBH President and CEO Jon Abbott called in to talk about the station’s rebrand, and explain why you might want to hold on to all your old WGBH merch.