Former Charlotte Mayor and NC Governor Pat McCrory joins Good Morning BT with Bo Thompson & Beth Troutman with his take on the current political scene, and how name-calling and cancel culture are stifling debate and endangering democracy.
Former White House Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney joins Bo Thompson in studio talking about Donald Trump's speech at CPAC, and what seemed to be hints that Trump is going to run for President again in 2024, the relative merits of music from Glass Tiger - even when Bryan Adams is involved, analysis of Saturday's GOP debate between candidates running for U.S. Senate in NC, and Mulvaney Music Trivia!
GOP candidate for U.S. Senate in North Carolina Pat McCrory joins Bo Thompson and Brett Jensen talking about filing in Raleigh today for the 2022 U.S. Senate election, reaction to Russian attacks and invasion of Ukraine, and Pat's participation in tomorrow's debate between N.C. Republican candidates for US Senate.
In hour 2 Senate Candidate Pat McCrory discusses his take on Ukraine, what we should do, and the upcoming debate for the senate race in Segment 1. Brett Winterble joins Segment 2 to give his take on the Russian Invasion. In Segment 4 Pete goes to President’s Biden’s speech on the Ukranian situation.
In the first hour of the show, Pete talks about former US Congressman Mark Walker staying in the US Senate race. Pete also talks about President Joe Biden bringing yet another pet into the White House.
US Senate candidate Jon Warren joins Pete to talk about why he's the best candidate to represent North Carolina in Washington.
Former NC Governor and WBT Radio Host Pat McCrory joins Pete to talk about a possible announcement Thursday by one of his opponents, Mark Walker, possibly dropping out of the US Senate race for North Carolina to throw his hat into a Congressional seat campaign.
Former NC Governor and WBT Host Pat McCrory joins fill-in JD Hayworth to talk about the numerous Club For Growth ads that cut clips from his WBT show in their endorsement for Ted Budd in the Senate race.