Dispatch Live: Houthis Explained, 2024 Gets Weird

On this week’s Dispatch Live, Kevin is joined by Daniel Pipes, historian and president of the Middle East Forum, to explain the escalation of the Houthis attacks in the Red Sea and Saudi Arabia’s attempt to exit the civil war in Yemen. Mike and David M. Drucker will then discuss updates from the GOP primary and how the 2024 elections might get weird. John McCormack will also make his Dispatch Live debut to explain the state of negotiations on a package combining Ukraine aid and border security.

Plus: Prepare your worst holiday and Christmas takes for our panelists to debate (e.g. real vs. fake Christmas trees, what time of year festivities should begin, worst holiday treats, etc.).

Grab a drink (or a few), get your questions ready, and join us at 8 p.m. ET on YouTube for this week’s Dispatch Live.

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