Join former U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara for a podcast about justice and fairness.
United States
117 episodes
since July 31, 2017


To receive these show notes and updates from CAFE via email, sign up at cafe.com/preet.On this episode of Stay Tuned, Preet speaks with David Ignatius, Prize-winning journalist and columnist for the Washington Post. Plus, Preet answers your questions about:The difference between evidence and proofReports that Special Counsel Bob Mueller’s team does not want him to publicly testifyWhether Congress has the duty to impeach—not just the powerPardons, commutations, and exonerationsWhy Preet shaved his beardREFERENCES & SUPPLEMENTAL MATERIALSTHE Q&AProspects of Mueller Testifying:“Special counsel's team hesitant about Mueller testifying publicly, part of hold up securing testimony,” CNN, 5/21/19Trump & Impeachment:Preet’s tweet on impeachment, and his second one about 1990s timidity “Nancy Pelosi, Trying to Walk a Middle Path, Accuses Trump of a ‘Cover-Up’,” The New York Times, 5/22/19Clemency:“What is the difference between a commutation of sentence and a pardon?,” Office of Pardon AttorneyTHE INTERVIEWTrump & Jared Kushner: “Trump’s Secretary of Everything: Jared Kushner,” CNN, 4/3/17“Jared Kushner did what?,” The Washington Post, 12/10/18Mike Pompeo“On the road to swagger with Mike Pompeo: A year defending Trump’s worldview,” The Washington Post, 4/25/19“Mike Pompeo’s Mission: Clean Up Trump’s Messes,” The New York Times Magazine, 2/26/19Past Presidents & Their National Security Advisors: “National Security Pick: From a Marine to a Mediator,” The New York Times, 11/28/08“In Miller Center Interview, Carter Recalls Relationship with Zbigniew Brzezinski,” UVAToday, 5/30/17“Presidents and the National Security Council,” Council on Foreign Relations, 11/12/08Diplomacy: “The Value and Purpose of American Diplomacy,” American Foreign Service Association, 5/5/19Alliances & Agreements:“What Is the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP)?,” Council on Foreign Relations, 1/4/19“Where the U.S. has considered leaving or left international agreements under Trump,” The Washington Post, 6/29/18“America’s Allies Fear That Traditional Ties No Longer Matter Under Trump,” The New York Times, 12/21/18Trump’s Dictatorial Flattery:“Nine Notorious Dictators, Nine Shout-Outs From Donald Trump,” The Atlantic, 3/4/18“Opinion: A President In Praise Of Strongmen And Dictators,” National Public Radio, 10/20/18Trump Isolationism:“The Loneliest President,” Politico, 9/15/17“Going it alone: Trump increasingly relies on unilateral action to wield power,” The Washington Post, 6/11/18Huawei:“Trump loves walls. But he should be careful about a digital barrier with China,” The Washington Post, 5/21/19“As Huawei Loses Google, the U.S.-China Tech Cold War Gets Its Iron Curtain,” The New York Times, 5/20/19“5G is at the center of America’s beef with Huawei – here’s why it’s such a big deal,” CNBC, 5/22/19US-Iran Standoff:“America and Iran are both oddly eager for war,” The Washington Post, 5/16/19“Why the U.S.-Iran Conflict Is Now Coming to a Head,” The Washington Post, 5/22/19“Iran’s economy slumps as US sanctions pile on the pain,” Financial Times, 4/29/19“Threats would mean ‘official end’ of Iran, Trump warns in tweet,” The Washington Post, 5/19/19“Trump: I 'temper' Bolton's hawkish instincts,” Politico, 5/9/19IRGC (Islamic Revolutionary Guards Corp):“Iran’s Revolutionary Guards,” Council on Foreign Relations, 5/6/192015 Iran Nuclear Agreement:“Full text of the Iran nuclear deal,” The Washington Post“The Impact of the Iran Nuclear Agreement,” Council on Foreign Relations, 5/8/18Iraq:“How We Tried to Slow the Rush to War in Iraq,” Politico, 3/13/19Avengers:Avengers: Endgame (2019)THE BUTTON“Morehouse College Graduates’ Student Loans to Be Paid Off by Billionaire,” The New York Times, 5/19/19Tweet your questions to @PreetBharara with the hashtag #askpreet, email us at [email protected], or call 669-247-7338 and leave a voicemail.
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