Trump gave two speeches during July 4 weekend, and Bryan Curtis and David Shoemaker discuss Trump’s reelection campaign and how Fox News is involved (2:10). Next, Curtis and Shoemaker take a look at what sports beat writing looks like in the age of COVID-19 (20:00). Ben Widdicombe, author and former writer for the New York Post’s Page Six and TMZ, joins to discuss his career as a gossip columnist (32:50). Plus: the Overworked Twitter Joke of the Week, and David Guesses the Strained-Pun Headline.
Trump’s Fox News Campaign, Beat Writing in the Bubble, and Ben Widdicombe on Gossip
Plus, Trump’s July 4 weekend speeches and the Overworked Twitter Joke of the week
The Ravens offense has gotten off to an incredible start this season. But look deeper into the unit, and it’s clear the sustainability of that success has been put on the shoulders of one man: and it’s not Greg Roman.
Solak also takes a look at Brandon Staley’s questionable decision to play Justin Herbert late into a blowout, and John Shipley from Jaguar Report joins the show to discuss the differences between Urban Meyer and Doug Pederson