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Skullduggery

By Yahoo News

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Description

Conceived and co-hosted by Yahoo News’s Chief Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff and Editor in Chief Daniel Klaidman, Skullduggery offers a deep dive into the high-stakes investigation into Russia’s effort to subvert the 2016 election and allegations of collusion by the Donald Trump presidential campaign. Every Friday, Skullduggery will break down the latest revelations in the Russia scandal, offering authoritative analysis while helping listeners discern which developments really matter and which are overblown. Isikoff and Klaidman will provide historical context, offer insights and exchange old war stories to illuminate today’s probes and controversies.

Customer Reviews

Skullduggery

Very interesting insights

The salvation of the State is watchfulness in the citizen

A timely and necessary cataloging of the malfeasance of the most inept and certain to be most corrupt presidential administration in American history. Michael Isikoff is one of America's most skilled and knowledgable investigative reporters, making Skullduggery a 'must-listen' podcast for all Americans concerned about the country we leave behind for our children and grandchildren.

Needs Time and Better Production

Interesting idea and discussion, but the production needs polishing, I wish U.S. podcasters would not go for "everyone can podcast." While that's true, people don't have to listen. The sophistication of the production ought to be better for this than it is. Producers could benefit from listening to BBC podcasts (and good production studios).

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