Podcast: The Best Of Bad Christmas Movies And Trump’s Twitter Foreign Policy

Podcast: The Best Of Bad Christmas Movies And Trump’s Twitter Foreign Policy

Kristen Soltis Anderson and Mary Katharine Ham talk crazy Christmas traditions and the joy of bad movies on The Federalist Radio Hour.

Kristen Soltis Anderson, columnist at The Washington Examiner and co-host of “The Pollsters” podcast, joins Mary Katharine Ham on this holiday episode of The Federalist Radio Hour. They discuss Christmas traditions, bad Hallmark movies, and how Trump’s tweets impact U.S. foreign relations.

Is the Christmas tradition of forcing your crying children to sit in Santa’s lap really worth the chaos and mall lines? “They don’t look happy. They’ve been standing in line for an hour.” Anderson said. “It always looks like a mess. Can’t you just photoshop? Can’t we clone Santa? There’s surely a way to make supply meet demand.”

From Trump’s tweets on flag burning to floating cabinet picks, the media freaks out about most all of them. “The President tweeting effectively is a declaration of foreign policy,” Anderson said. “When Trump tweets something about Russia, something about China, that’s what I think we should freak out about.”

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