Monday, February 18 (Audio Only)On Monday, Christopher Bedford is 'Outnumbered' as Chicago Police release a statement declaring Jussie Smollett is no longer being considered a victim in an attack. The White House defends the president's national emergency declaration and Andrew McCabe's '60 Minute' interview causes anger.
Friday, February 15 (Audio Only)On Friday, Brian Kilmeade is Outnumbered as President Donald Trump announces his national emergency for the southern border, while the spokeswoman for Andrew McCabe pushes back on the 60 Minutes interview being taken out of context, and the latest on 2020 hopefuls from both sides of the aisle.
Thursday, February 14 (Audio Only)On Thursday, Tyrus is Outnumbered as William Barr is voted on for the position of Attorney General in the Senate, while Andrew McCabe goes on 60 Minutes to explain how he arranged an probe into obstruction by the President after James Comey was fired, and the Border Bill is voted on as well today.
Wednesday, February 13 (Audio Only)On Wednesday, Juan Williams is Outnumbered as President Trump has a sit down with Columbia's President Iván Duque Márquez to discuss Venezuela, while the White House examines the latest Border Security deal from Capitol Hill, and Democrats get another allegation of poor behavior.
Tuesday, February 12 (Audio Only)On Tuesday, the panel react to President Trump’s message at the Texas rally last night. After days of deliberations a jury has reached a verdict on the El Chapo case and new reactions surface as the Democrats decide not to punish Rep. Ilhan Omar for controversial tweets.
Wednesday, February 6 (Audio Only)On Wednesday, Pete Hegseth is Outnumbered as the Virginia Attorney General comes out to admit to doing black face at a party in college, while President Trump held his State of the Union yesterday calling to end partisan games between the groups, and a look at how the border debate is going.
Thursday, January 31On Thursday, Mike Huckabee is Outnumbered as President Trump continues his push for a border wall as part of his security package, while freezing temperatures across the Midwest gets deadly, and the intelligence community gets lambasted by the President for contradicting him on hot countries.
Monday, January 28 (Audio Only)On Monday, David Avella is Outnumbered as former Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz announces a desire to run in the 2020 Presidential campaign as an independent, while border security funding is being discussed to avoid another shutdown in three weeks, with Congress taking a bipartisan truce.