Vindman Testifies And Faces Attacks From The Right
Lt. Col. Alexander Vindman testified in the ongoing impeachment inquiry Tuesday, giving a firsthand account of President Trump's July phone call with the Ukrainian president and corroborating other witness accounts of the White House attempting a quid pro quo with a foreign power. His testimony resulted in attacks from right-wing pundits and cable news personalities, including some who questioned his patriotism because he was born in Ukraine before moving to the United States as a child. To discuss this and more, Jim Braude was joined by Trump supporter and former State Treasurer Joe Malone, and former candidate for Massachusetts lieutenant governor, Quentin Palfrey.

Reps. Sabadosa, Robinson, and Gouveia Say Beacon Hill Stifles New Voices
Three newly-elected state representatives clashed with House Democratic leadership recently, saying they were prevented from speaking on the floor and getting their questions adequately answered about a proposed tax change. They say the incident points to a larger issue within the legislative body. Jim Braude was joined by Rep. Linsday Sabadosa, Rep. Maria Robinson and Rep. Tami Gouveia to learn more.

House Speaker Robert DeLeo sent Greater Boston a statement in response to a request for comment, which can be read here.

IMHO: The Cost Of Trump's Lifelong Judicial Appointees
Jim Braude shares his thoughts on what he thinks will be Trump's longest lasting impact on the country.