• Show Notes

Barton Gellman is a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist and staff writer at The Atlantic. He joins Preet to discuss his prediction that President Biden will be impeached if the Republican Party wins control of the House, the competition for leadership within the GOP, and the brewing rivalry between Donald Trump and Ron DeSantis. 

Plus, Trump announces his 2024 bid for the presidency, and Rudy Giuliani won’t face criminal charges from the SDNY investigation. 

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  • “Trump, who as president fomented an insurrection, says he is running again,” WaPo, 11/15/22
  • “How Running For President Impacts Trump’s Various Legal Challenges,” Time, 11/15/22
  • “Prosecutors: Giuliani won’t be charged over Ukraine-related actions,” Politico, 11/14/22


  • Barton Gellman’s article, “The Impeachment of Joe Biden,” The Atlantic, 10/26/22
  • “The Next Congress Should Impeach DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas,” The Heritage Foundation, 11/1/22
  • “How The Georgia Senate Runoff Will Work,” CNN, 11/9/22
  • “Judge ends consent decree limiting RNC ‘ballot security’ activities,” Politico, 1/9/18
  • “Jesse Watters Copes on Fox News by Moaning Not Enough People Hate Biden,” The Daily Beast, 11/9/22
  • “Pulitzer Prize for public service shared by contributors Glenn Greenwald ’94 and Barton Gellman,” NYU Law, 4/18/14
  • “Murdoch tells Trump he will not back fresh White House bid,” The Guardian, 11/15/22
  • “Republicans engage in full-scale brawl after disappointing midterm elections,” WaPo, 11/15/22
  • Jonathan Swan’s recent appearance on Stay Tuned, 11/10/22
  • Gellman’s bylines for The Atlantic


  • ‘It’s incredible what we did, as a bunch of law students, change VA policy,’ Harvard Law Today, 11/9/22
  • Obergefell v. Hodges, U.S. Supreme Court, opinion, 2015