Former White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman with his take on Ron DeSantis' likely run for President, Nikki Haley's comments about the guilty verdict in the E. Jean Carroll civil trial against former President Donald Trump, reaction to a caller who accused Mick of "taking every opportunity to put Trump down," and Mulvaney Music Trivia!

WBT 3 - 7 p.m. host Brett Winterble joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman and WBT News Director Mark Garrison as the announcement is made that Mark is joining Good Morning BT as full-time news anchor, and that Brett's show will be expanding by one hour starting tonight.

Today on The Brett Winterble Show Brett dives into a scary story involving a getaway-gone-wrong involving some aggressive fish at a Brazillian resort + Brett shares his fool-proof method of preventing piranhas in the first place if you don’t believe the “experts” saying they aren’t dangerous.

Get a jumpstart on the weekend here on The Brett Winterble Show as Pete Kaliner joins for the weekly Friday Hangover as the guys talk about driving in the rain + dive into the situation facing migrants at the border following the end of Title 42 and explain another “system failure.”

Today on The Brett Winterble Show Brett and callers talk about the state of politics today and how many voters will vote party over person more often than not it seems + discuss how we got to this point.

 Kurt Couchman — Senior Fellow in Fiscal Policy for Americans for Prosperity —  joins The Brett Winterble Show to talk about the meeting between President Joe Biden, House Speaker Kevin McCarthy and others are scheduled to have today as the issue of the nation’s debt continues to loom.    Kurt shares with Brett talk about […]

Today on The Brett Winterble Show one caller shares his experience building a successful business in Charlotte + Brett shares his reaction to the Donald Trump verdict released earlier today.

Carroll was granted $5 million in damages by the jury.

The most recent bill brings back the six-month minimum for the remainder of 2023 before deciding on nine months minimum.