Facing South Florida: Clinton’s Fight For FloridaJim DeFede travels to Central Florida to interview Orlando Trial Attorney, John Morgan.
Facing South Florida: Update on Pam Bondi & Trump Donation ControversyLast week we took a critical look at the $25,000 donation Donald Trump gave to Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi back in 2013.
Facing South Florida: Fight For Florida District 27Congressional candidate Scott Fuhrman joins Jim DeFede on set to discuss his run for Congress.
Facing South Florida: Donald Trump & Pam Bondi: Partisan Politics or Political Scandal?Jim takes an in-depth chronological look at the possible scandal involving Donald Trump and Florida Attorney General Pam Bondi, which has Trump University at the center of it all.
Facing South Florida: One-On-One With Marco RubioThe senator sits down at the roundtable with Jim to talk about his re-election campaign and the only potential obstacle standing in his way of a second term—Democratic Congressman Patrick Murphy.
Facing South Florida: One-On-One With Carlos GimenezOne week after Jim’s extended interview on Facing with Raquel Regalado, Mayor Carlos Gimenez’ opponent in the November general election, the Mayor sits-down with Jim to talk about his re-election bid.
Facing South Florida: On To The November General ElectionWith the Florida primary results final and in the books, Jim and his guests look ahead to the November general election.
Facing South Florida: The Florida PrimaryA special LIVE edition of Facing South Florida focuses on the upcoming Florida primary.
Facing South Florida: One-On-One With Carlos GimenezEarly voting is already underway in Miami-Dade County for the August 30th primary and one of the most-watched races on the ballot is for Miami-Dade County Mayor.
Facing South Florida: One-On-One With Raquel RegaladoEarly voting is already underway in Miami-Dade County for the August 30th primary and one of the most-watched races on the ballot is for Miami-Dade County Mayor.
Wasserman Schultz, Canova Engage In Heated DebateIn their first and only scheduled debate, Congresswoman Debbie Wassermann Schultz accused her primary opponent of supporting policies that would endanger Israel, while her challenger, Nova Southeastern law professor Tim Canova, portrayed the six-term Congresswoman as a creature of Washington more interested in protecting moneyed special interests than her own constituents.
Facing South Florida: Debbie Wasserman Schultz Debates Tim CanovaThis week on Facing South Florida we host Congresswoman Debbie Wassermann Schultz and her challenger in the August 30th Florida primary Tim Canova for a debate.