Max is still without Ginger McCaffrey, but fortunately, Morgan the Millennial fills in to try to dispel the myth that Millennial’s are looking for free handouts from Bernie Sanders, and Elizabeth Warren. Turns out they sound like Boomers when they were that age, except with a lot more college debt.
Max is still on his own-some as Ginger McCaffrey is still off doing whose knows what, which means Max has too much time to focus on things that would not normally focus on. Which means Max has time to discuss a startling statistic regarding Trumps hours and days on Twitter, and playing golf. Max then gets to another GOP tax cut and how it would not work as expected.
Max is still a one-man band as Ginger is off for a few weeks doing some kind of show, which Max isn’t even invited to.
This leaves Max to go all random, as Ginger is not there to rein him in. Max has to talk about Trump’s impeachment of course, and what it means to be a “cool kid,” but then finally manages to get to real issues; growth, tax cuts for corporations, and “clean coal.”
Max is without his co-host Ginger as she is off doing a few live shows, which means no one is in the studio to reign Max in as he wanders around various topics from John Kelly, should people move to get a job, the steel industry, and the deficit, before finally getting to the main topics; do economic incentives actually work?
Max and Ginger hit their weekly roundup show with a focus on Trump and Mulvaney, what is a “strongman” anyway, and the G7 summit. They spend most of their time however on the homeless situation in Austin, and compare what the city spends and the results compared to other Texas cities and states such as California.
Max and Ginger start their Sunday by wondering what all the fuss is around Shepard Smith quitting Fox News, before getting into the serious topic of how much money there is in politics, and how the amount of money seems to be getting greater each election cycle.