Radio: Trump’s Nonexistent Policy Plans and 10 Cloverfield Lane

Radio: Trump’s Nonexistent Policy Plans and 10 Cloverfield Lane

Peter Suderman is senior editor at Reason magazine. He joined the Federalist Radio Hour to talk about the future for Marco Rubio, Donald Trump’s policy plans or lack thereof, and J.J. Abrams’s approach to movie making.

When should Rubio suspend his campaign and what happens to him after that? These are the types of questions everyone is asking about the failed campaign. “Rubio is very much just a vessel for establishment hopes and that’s not an accident,” Suderman said. “He has worked, as far as I can tell, his entire political career to be their vessel and most years that’s a really good bet for becoming the nominee.”

The given plans on health care and social security from Trump’s campaign are not actually plans. “Donald Trump and his campaign and his inability to understand or remember even the most basic talking points has really destroyed the ability, even of the other candidates, to talk in any serious way about policy,” Suderman said.

Finally, Suderman explains the mystery behind J.J. Abrams’s new movie, 10 Cloverfield Lane, that seemingly appeared out of nowhere. “Even the actors did not know part of a Cloverfield sequel.”

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