“The Takeout” is a weekly podcast about politics, coverage and popular culture hosted by CBS Information Chief White Home Correspondent Main Garrett. Listeners can count on context and evaluation of the week’s political information in an informal format that permits for expanded dialog with a newsmaker. Every episode is recorded over a meal at a Washington, D.C. restaurant. 

READ  Invoice Hader on "Barry" and discovering the humor in success
Major Garrett - The Takeout

Blair Guild


Takeout Outtake Especial: Senator Rick Scott

< 1 day in the past · 9 minutes

How do you go from making 144 bucks a month within the ’70s to proudly owning a pair of doughnut outlets and finally turning into United States senator? Rick Scott is aware of how! Florida’s former governor is on this week’s Takeout Outtake Especial hotseat. You will not wish to miss it.

Subscribe, observe and call us!

New episodes of “The Takeout” can be found Friday mornings on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify and Stitcher.  We invite you to subscribe….and please fee the present. 

“The Takeout” additionally airs on CBSN each Friday and Saturday night time at 9pm ET/PT. And now “The Takeout” airs on associates of the CBS Information Radio community (test your native listings).

Observe us on Fb, Instagram and Twitter: @takeoutpodcast.

If you need a signed “The Takeout” sticker, ship a self-addressed, stamped envelope to: Takeout Sticker c/o CBS Information, 2020 M St. NW, Washington DC 20036.

And you may e-mail us your questions, feedback, kudos and/or complaints: [email protected]

Producers: Arden Farhi, Katiana Krawchenko

The Takeout archives: 

Episode 108 (February 8, 2019): Rick Scott at Cuba Libre | Audio | Further | Video 

Episode 107 (February 1, 2019): Superbowl Extravaganza | Audio | Further | Video

Episode 106 (January 25, 2019): Barry Black at The Dubliner | Audio | Further | Video 

Episode 105 (January 18, 2019): Donna Shalala at Pete’s Diner | Audio | Further | Video 

Episode 104 (January 11, 2019): Mike Braun at McDonalds  | Audio | Further | Video 

Episode 103 (January 4, 2019): Doris Kearns Goodwin at Cafe du Parc | Audio | Further | Video

Episode 102 (December 28, 2018): Michael Morell and Karen Attiah at Ris |  Audio | Further | Video

Episode 101 (December 21, 2018): Mac Thornberry at Due South | Audio | Further | Video

Episode 100 (December 14, 2018): David Bonior at Agua 301  Audio | Further | Video 

Episode 99 (December 7, 2018): Corey Lewandowski and David Bossie

at Shaw All Objective Pizza | Audio | Further | Video 

Episode 98 (November 30, 2018): Frank Sharry at Taberna Del Alabardero | Audio | Further | Video

Episode 97 (November 23, 2018):  Mark Leibovich and Eric Winston at Meiwah | Audio | Further | Video

Episode 96 (November 16, 2018): Will Durst in New York reside | Audio | Further | Video  

Episode 95 (November 9, 2018): Kim Darroch on the British Embassy | Audio | Further | Video

Episode 94 (November 2, 2018): Caitlin Conant at Cafe Deluxe | Audio | Further | Video

Episode 93 (October 26, 2018): Heather Wilson at Pete’s Diner | Audio | Further | Video

Episode 92 (October 19, 2018): Christopher Krebs at Firefly | Audio | Further | Video

Episode 91 (October 12, 2018): Joni Ernst at Uno Pizzeria and Grill | Audio | Further | Video

Episode 90 (October 5, 2018): Neil deGrasse Tyson at Tupelo Honey | Audio | Further | Video

Episode 89 (September 28, 2018): Washington Nationals reliever Sean Doolittle and his spouse, Eireann Dolan, at Busboys and Poets | Audio | Further | Video

Episode 88 (September 21, 2018): Main Garrett on his e book, Mr. Trump’s Wild Journey at Metropolis Faucet Home | Audio | Further | Video

Episode 87 (September 14, 2018): Sen. Mark Warner, D-Virginia, at All Objective Pizzeria | Audio | Further | Video

Episode 86 (September 7, 2018): director of the Protection POW/MIA Accounting Company Kelly McKeague The Smith | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 85 (August 31, 2018): The Tremendous Especial of Takeout Especiales Audio | Further | Video

Episode 84 (August 24, 2018): Sen. Chris Van Hollen, D-Maryland, having Rocklands BBQ on Chris Perez’s again deck in Bethesda, Maryland | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 83 (August 17, 2018):  Chief counsel and coverage director of the Judicial Disaster Community Carrie Severino at Café Deluxe | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 82 (August 10, 2018): Former head of the Civil Rights Division of the Division of Justice and present president of the Management Convention on Civil and Human Rights Vanita Gupta at Supra | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 81 (August 3, 2018): CBS Information Director of Elections and Surveys Anthony Salvanto at Meiwah | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 80 (July 27, 2018): Rep. Joaquín Castro, D-Texas, at Rosa Mexicano | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 79 (July 20, 2018): U.S. Diplomatic Correspondent for Reuters Warren Strobel at  Bread and Chocolate | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 78 (July 13, 2018):  nationwide safety correspondent for The New York Occasions David Sanger at RARE Steakhouse | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 77 (July 6, 2018):  NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine at The Dubliner | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 76 (June 29, 2018):  Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Oregon, at Trusty’s | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 75 (June 22, 2018): White Home Council of Financial Advisers (CEA) Chairman Kevin Hassett at Edgar Bar and Kitchen | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 74 (June 15, 2018): North Korea consultants Duyeon Kim and Robert Carlin at The Butcher’s Kitchen in Singapore | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 73 (June 8, 2018):  former Mexican President Vicente Fox at Tredici Enoteca | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 72 (June 1, 2018):  former CIA senior analyst and senior fellow on the Middle for Strategic and Worldwide Research Sue Mi Terry at Pennsylvania 6 | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 71 (Could 25, 2018):  Government Director of Military Nationwide Army Cemeteries Karen Durham-Aguilera “KDA” at Honeysuckle | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 70 (Could 18, 2018):  former CIA and NSA Director Michael Hayden at Casa Luca | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 69 (Could 11, 2018): Belgian Ambassador Dirk Wouters at B Too | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 68 (Could 4, 2018):  White Home Director of Legislative Affairs Marc Quick at Bread and Chocolate | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 67 (April 27, 2018):  Small Enterprise Administrator Linda McMahon at Carmine’s | Audio | additional | Video

Episode 66 (April 20, 2018):  creator Mark Penn at Bistro Bis | Audio | Video

Episode 65 (April 13, 2018):  former governor of Virgnia Terry McAuliffe at i Ricci | Audio | Video

Episode 64 (April 6, 2018):  actor and activist  Danny Glover at Soiled Behavior | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 63 (March 30, 2018):  Rep. Marcy Kaptur, D-Ohio, at Pete’s Diner | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 62 (March 23, 2018):  Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-South Carolina, at District Taco | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 61 (March 16, 2018):  Nationwide Republican Congressional Committee Chairman Rep. Steve Stivers at Trattoria Alberto | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 60 (March 9, 2018): Democratic Congressional Marketing campaign Committee Chairman Rep. Ben Ray Lujan on the DCCC headquarters | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 59 (March 2, 2018): Environmental Safety Company Administrator Scott Pruitt at Ris | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 58 (February 23, 2018): Middle for Strategic and Worldwide Research’ senior vp Jim Lewis at Edgar Bar and Kitchen | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 57 (February 16, 2018): Former CIA Analyst, Senior Fellow and SK-Korea Basis Chair in Korea Research on the Brookings Establishment Jung Pak at Kramerbooks and Afterwords Cafe | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 56 (February 9, 2018): Director of The Nationwide Institute of Allergy and Infectious Illnesses Dr. Anthony Fauci at Tastee Diner | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 55 (February 2, 2018): Sen. Invoice Cassidy, R-Louisiana, at Trattoria Alberto | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 54 (January 26, 2018): Democratic Nationwide Committee Chairman Tom Perez, at The Smith | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 53 (January 19, 2018): President Trump’s legal professional Ty Cobb, at Soiled Behavior | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 52 (January 12, 2018): POLITICO Playbook’s Anna Palmer and Jake Sherman, at District Taco | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 51 (January 5, 2018): Rep. Donna Edwards, D-Maryland, at Café Deluxe | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 50 (December 29, 2017): Arden Farhi and Main Garrett at Soiled Behavior | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 49 (December 22, 2017): Rep. Kevin McCarthy, R-California, at Bistro Bis | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 48 (December 15, 2017): Rep. Pramila Jayapal, D-Washington, at Tortilla Coast | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 47 (December 8, 2017): Trump marketing campaign supervisor Corey Lewandowski and deputy marketing campaign supervisor David Bossie at Bistro Bis | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 46 (December 1, 2017): CBS Information Chief Washington Correspondent and moderator of “Face the Nation” John Dickerson at Meiwah | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 45 (November 24, 2017): American Beverage Affiliation President/CEO Susan Neely at The College Membership | Audio | Audio additional | Video  

Episode 44 (November 17, 2017): Former Homeland Safety Secretary Tom Ridge at Edgar | Audio | Audio additional | Video 

Episode 43 (November 10, 2017): CBS Information Nationwide Safety Correspondent David Martin on Medal of Honor recipients, Cafe Bonaparte | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 42 (November 3, 2017): Former U.S. prosecutors John Wooden and Julie Myers Wooden at Cafe Deluxe – West Finish | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 41 (October 27, 2017): Rep. Joseph Kennedy III, D-Massachusetts, at Dubliner | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 40 (October 20, 2017): Power Secretary Rick Perry at Power Division / Dunkin Donuts | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 39 (October 13, 2017): Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Connecticut, at Bistro Bis | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 38 (October 6, 2017): “Full Frontal” host Samantha Bee on the CBS Broadcast Middle cafeteria | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 37 (September 29, 2017): 2020 presidential candidate Rep. John Delaney, D-Maryland, at Rosa Mexicano | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Particular Version (September 27, 2017): “48 Hours” Senior Government Producer Susan Zirinsky on the CBS Broadcast Middle cafeteria | Audio

Episode 36 (September 22, 2017): Former Homeland Safety Adviser Fran Townsend on the places of work of MacAndrews and Forbes | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 35 (September 15, 2017): Workplace of Administration and Price range Director Mick Mulvaney at The Tombs | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 34 (September 8, 2017): RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel at Bistro Bis | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 33 (September 1, 2017): CBS Information Nationwide Safety Correspondent David Martin at Duke’s Grocery | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 32 (August 25, 2017): Creator, playwright, broadcaster Janet Langhart Cohen at Previous Ebbitt Grill | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 31 (August 18, 2017): Former Protection Secretary William Cohen at Nopa Kitchen and Bar | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 30 (August 11, 2017): Treasury spokesman Tony Sayegh at Previous Ebbitt Grill | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 29 (August 4, 2017): Sen. Al Franken, D-Minnesota, at Dubliner | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 28 (July 28, 2017): Rep. Seth Moulton, D-Massachusetts, at Dubliner | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 27 (July 21, 2017): Tea Get together Patriots co-founder Jenny Beth Martin at Meiwah | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 26 (July 14, 2017): Political economist Mark Blyth at District Taco Dupont | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 25 (July 7, 2017): Rep. Ro Khanna, D-California, at Bistro Bis | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 24 (June 30, 2017): Former White Home Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz at Quadrant Lounge | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 23 (June 23, 2017): Individuals for Prosperity president Tim Phillips at Ris | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 22 (June 16, 2017): Former Gov. Martin O’Malley, D-Maryland, at Dubliner | Audio | Audio additional | Video

Episode 21 (June 9, 2017): CBS Information’ Steven Portnoy and Paula Reid at Pizzeria Paradiso Dupont | Audio | Audio additional

Episode 20 (June 2, 2017): Comic Frank Caliendo at Tredici Enoteca | Audio | Audio additional | Video clip

Episode 19 (Could 26, 2017): CSIS overseas coverage skilled Heather Conley at Meiwah | Audio | Audio additional

Episode 18 (Could 19, 2017): Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tennessee, at Bistro Bis | Audio | Audio additional

Episode 17 (Could 12, 2017): Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minnesota, at 701 Restaurant | Audio | Audio additional

Episode 16 (Could 5, 2017): CBS Information Justice and Homeland Safety Correspondent Jeff Pegues at Ris | Audio | Audio additional

Particular White Home Correspondents’ Dinner Open Mic (Could 1, 2017): Varied company together with former CIA chief of employees Jeremy Bash, former White Home press secretary Josh Earnest and actor Alan Ruck | Audio

Episode 15 (April 28, 2017): Rep. Will Hurd, R-Texas, Republik Kolache takeout in Hurd’s Capitol Hill workplace | Audio | Audio additional

Episode 14 (April 21, 2017): Former GOP presidential candidate Carly Fiorina at Station 4 | Audio | Audio additional

Episode 13 (April 14, 2017): CBS Information’ Bob Schieffer and Nancy Cordes at Tredici Enoteca | Audio | Audio additional | Video clip

Episode 12 (April 7, 2017): Committee for a Accountable Price range president Maya MacGuineas at Dubliner | Audio | Audio additional | Video clip

Episode 11 (March 31, 2017): Emily’s Checklist president Stephanie Schriock at Meiwah | Audio | Audio additional | Video clip

Episode 10 (March 24, 2017): Rep. Joseph Crowley, D-New York, at Kelly’s Irish Occasions | Audio | Audio additional

Episode 9 (March 17, 2017): Rep. Mark Meadows, R-North Carolina, at Bullfeathers | Audio | Audio additional | Video clip

Episode 8 (March 10, 2017):Freakonomics” co-author Stephen Dubner at Dubliner | Audio | Audio additional 

Episode 7 (March 3, 2017): Former presidential speechwriters Jonathan Horn and Cody Keenan at Riggsby | Audio | Audio additional | Video clip

Episode 6 (February 24, 2017): CBS Information White Home Correspondent Margaret Brennan, Chop’t takeout in CBS Information’ White Home sales space | Audio | Audio additional | Video clip

Episode 5 (February 17, 2017): CBS Information’ Jeff Pegues and Paula Reid at Meiwah | Audio | Audio additional 

Episode 4 (February 10, 2017): Former Hillary Clinton marketing campaign communications director Jennifer Palmieri at Nopa Kitchen and Bar | Audio | Audio additional | Video clip

Episode 3 (February 3, 2017): CBS Information Authorized Correspondent Jan Crawford and Judicial Disaster Community’s Carrie Severino at Casa Luca | Audio | Video clip

Episode 2 (January 27, 2017): NFL Gamers Affiliation govt director DeMaurice Smith at Meiwah | Audio | Video clip

Episode 1 (January 20, 2017): Former Trump marketing campaign supervisor Corey Lewandowski at Meiwah | Audio | Video clip

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here