“As I mentioned on yesterday’s podcast, I think it’s easy to lose perspective (and sanity) by tracking every development, hot-take, poll, and hair-on-fire outrage,” Sykes added, referring to his conversation with Joe Klein and John Ellis. On his Wednesday podcast, Sykes asked Klein and Ellis to look back on their decades covering American politics and reflect on what has changed most, leading to a profound, but bleak conversation about the tribalism and cynicism that has gripped American politics.
Charlie Sykes Jumps ‘Off The Hampster Wheel of Crazy,’ Leaves Popular Podcast to Access ‘Part of His Brain That Isn’t TrumpTrumpTrump’
Charlie Sykes, the founder and former editor of the Bulwark, announced this week he was ending his five-year run as host of the Bulwark Podcast, which has become the go-to listen for anti-Trump conservatives and liberals alike. Sykes announced Wednesday he was stepping away from both his daily newsletter and the podcast, which has been a mainstay in the top ten of the top-rated political podcasts in the country.
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