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High Steaks #1

Red meat time.

In this debut episode, Sarah and Steve review (and contest) the terms of the bet, before plunging into the red-meat analysis we’re all here for. Can anything hinder Trump’s odds at the nomination? Is Biden ready for another round? How dark will this first episode get? And how many steaks are actually… at stake? (I’ll see myself out.)

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[This pilot was recorded on March 17]

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What’s High Steaks?

Sarah Isgur and Steve Hayes have a running bet: will Donald Trump be the Republican nominee for president in 2024? She says yes, he says no. The stakes? A luxurious steak dinner (and potentially the fate of the American experiment). From now until we have an answer, Sarah and Steve will hop on quick calls to check in on the bet by reading the entrails of American politics. Polls will be analyzed and disputed, news contextualized, vibes shifts explained. Become a member of The Dispatch to follow the full series – as well as ask questions and suggest wine pairings.

Adaam James Levin-Areddy is the editorial director for podcasts and multimedia at The Dispatch and is based in New York. Prior to joining the company in 2022, he worked on live shows and documentaries for Axios on HBO, CNN, and NBC News, and was a news editor for Haaretz. He also hosts and produces the Uncertain Things podcast.