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Capitol Fight Club

Capitol Fight Club is a weekly face off between two members of Conservative Review's staff, political insiders on the right, versus two guests from the left side of the political spectrum. CR staff members John Gray and Brian Darling are the featured hosts, and CR's Nate Madden is the ref and the moderator of the podcast.
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Oct 5, 2016

Warning: Explicit language

In Episode 24 of Capitol Fight Club, John Gray, Brian Darling, Sam Sacks and Sam Knight battled over who won Tuesday night's vice presidential debate and what recent revelations about Donald Trump’s taxes tell potential voters about his candidacy, if anything.

Round 1 centered around whether Senator Tim Kaine or Governor Mike Pence won Tuesday night’s VP presidential debate, with a surprising 3-1 vote split on the winner, and what Kaine and Pence’s stances on foreign policy and abortion could mean for their respective running mates in November.

Round 2 centered around the recent New York Times story about Donald Trump’s 1995 tax returns and what that means for Trump’s business narrative, as well as a similar-yet-underreported story about Hillary Clinton from two years ago.

Capitol Fight Club is a weekly face-off between two political insiders on the Right versus two on the Left.  Darling and Gray (editor of The Ideas Factory) worked for Sen. Rand Paul, R-Ky., and both write for Conservative Review. Our progressive friends, “The Sams,”  Sam Sacks and Sam Knight, are the co-founders of the progressive blog The District Sentinel. Nate Madden of CR is the producer and the moderator of the podcast.

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