Kevin Miller begins the show by interviewing the chairwoman of the Republican National Committee Ronna McDaniel on the current state of politics.  Kevin Miller interviews Doctor Jason Bonner of Saint Luke's Hospital.  Idaho Governor Brad Little joins Kevin Miller to update everyone on the latest in the Gem State.  Kevin Miller updates everyone on the latest controversy involving the Navy. Acting Navy Secretary Thomas Modly has submitted his resignation after his controversial firing of U.S. Theodore Roosevelt Captain Brett Crozier.Crozier was fired last week after criticizing Navy leadership for not doing enough to protect the 5,000 sailors aboard his ship from the COVID-19 outbreak. Modly's decision was widely derided, and the situation was made worse after audio was leaked of Modly calling Crozier "too naive or too stupid" to command a ship while addressing the ship's crew. Modly apologized for those comments Monday night before submitting his resignation on Tuesday.  Kevin Miller asks the following questions:  Should Capt. Crozier be reinstated to the Roosevelt?  Did his complaints violate the military chain of command?  Kevin Miller speaks with Fox News Radio's Jon Decker on a new hire at the White House. White House Press Secretary Stephanie Grisham is reportedly out and will be replaced by Trump campaign aide and former CNN contributor Kayleigh McEnany.Grisham took over the job in July of last year, replacing Sarah Huckabee Sanders.  Unlike her predecessor, Grisham rarely appeared on TV and in eight months on the job never once held a White House press briefing. The move is part of a White House reshuffle by newly-appointed chief of staff Mark Meadows.  Grisham is expected to return to her previous role working for First Lady Melania Trump.

 

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