Politinerds: Andrew Malcolm

posted at 9:21 am on February 12, 2016 by Jazz Shaw


This week on Politinerds we decided to bring back one of our favorite guests, Andrew Malcolm of Investors Business Daily. With the first primary out of the way and the Battle of South Carolina moving into high gear we thought we’d let Andrew weigh in on it. The Prince of Twitter has seen an election or twelve in his time, so he brings a lot of perspective to the discussion.

Andrew’s no fan of The Donald, you should be warned in advance, but he sees a variety of possible scenarios which may play out. We touch on the current hot topic of a possible brokered convention and what would have to happen in both parties for it to be a reality. (Spoiler alert: it’s still not terribly likely.) How long will it take before we get any clarity on the two final nominees? Andrew lets you in on what’s likely coming down the road.

Remember, the show is now available on iTunes so you can catch up with us as soon as new episodes air. And for you non-iTunes users, there’s still the archive of all our previous shows.

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PODCAST! Thanks, guys.

locomotivebreath1901 on February 12, 2016 at 9:25 AM

“Of course, it’s perfectly ridiculous to even contemplate Donald Trump as the eventual presidential nominee of the party of Abraham Lincoln”.

Wonder if Andrew has changed his opinion since he made that statement?

I never would have guessed that Trump would be doing so well at this point in time.

HonestLib on February 12, 2016 at 9:45 AM

zzzzz brokered convention. Whenever someone thinks their candidate may lose.

rhombus on February 12, 2016 at 11:05 AM

Gee most years we only have one nominee but this year we get two? I thought you guys liked our Constitution.

I see the talk of brokered convention by Rubio’s team as a signal that he will be king maker at the convention, and he will extract concessions… either VP or secretary of state or something.

petunia on February 12, 2016 at 11:48 AM