Jim Geraghty

Best of the Week: The Trump Trial Circus, Joe Biden’s Cannibalism Lie, Smug Elites, and More

Best of the Week: The Trump Trial Circus, Joe Biden’s Cannibalism Lie, Smug Elites, and More

Megyn highlights some of the best segments from The Megyn Kelly Show this week, including Charles C.W. Cooke and Jim Geraghty on President Joe Biden’s cannibal┬álie, Jonna Spilbor and Vinnie Politan on the Trump trial circus, and Andrew Klavan and Ruthless on smug elites.

Trump NY Criminal Trial, Week 1: The Latest on Jury Selection, Media Reaction, and More

Trump NY Criminal Trial, Week 1: The Latest on Jury Selection, Media Reaction, and More

After months of delays and challenges, The People of the State of New York v. Donald J. Trump (i.e. the hush money trial against former President Donald Trump) began in Manhattan criminal court on Monday. It is expected to last six to eight weeks. After heading into Friday’s court proceedings with 12 jurors and one alternate, five more …

Ep. 770 Joe Biden’s Latest Cannibal Lie, Jurors Bounced in Trump Trial, and the Decline of NPR

Ep. 770 Joe Biden’s Latest Cannibal Lie, Jurors Bounced in Trump Trial, and the Decline of NPR

Megyn is joined by Charles C.W. Cooke and Jim Geraghty of National Review to discuss the latest details in Donald Trump’s New York City hush money trial, jurors refusing to be fair and impartial about, the judge scolding the media for revealing too much information about the jurors, two jurors already getting dismissed, the reaction Trump …

Columbia University President Stumbles Through Congressional Testimony About Anti-Jewish Protests

Columbia University President Stumbles Through Congressional Testimony About Anti-Jewish Protests

Megyn is joined by Charles C.W. Cooke and Jim Geraghty of National Review to discuss Columbia University president Nemat Shafik struggling to answer questions from Congress about on-campus antisemitism in the wake of October 7, whether anti-Israel protests are actually anti-Jewish, top colleges being exposed, and more.

Cornell Professor Protesting Ann Coulter Speaking on Campus Shows Sense of Entitlement

Cornell Professor Protesting Ann Coulter Speaking on Campus Shows Sense of Entitlement

Megyn is joined by Charles C.W. Cooke and Jim Geraghty of National Review to discuss the sense of entitlement from an undocumented tenured professor at Cornell who protested against Ann Coulter, whether there’s an epidemic of entitlement among the new generation of Americans, and more.