On this episode, Trey examines the interworking’s of a news cycle. In a week where the United States faced growing troubles in Afghanistan, a gasoline shortage, a pandemic, and ongoing tensions at the U.S. Southern border, the media primarily focused on the ousting of Representative Liz Cheney from her post as the Chair of the House Republican Conference. Trey examines the media’s agenda, and whether Americans should care about “the third highest-ranking person in the minority party.”

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