Len Berman and Michael Riedel in the Morning:

Nearly two years after he left the U.S. House of Representatives in a failed bid to oust Kathy Hochul as New York governor, Tom Suozzi returned to his old job in Washington on Wednesday, as he was sworn in to represent New York’s 3rd Congressional district. The saga of George Santos may be over, but the disfunction on Capitol Hill is still there, and Suozzi chose to address that chaos in his first speech on the floor. In his first interview since being sworn in, Suozzi spoke with Len and Michael about why he challenged his fellow representatives to stop bickering and start working together.



The Michigan primary is the latest stop now in the rearview mirror on the road to the White House, and as with every other primary or caucus, Donald Trump emerged the overwhelming winner on the GOP side. Nikki Haley resolutely contends she will stay in the race at least through Super Tuesday, which has many pundits wondering if that’s the wisest course. US Representative Nicole Malliotakis (R-NY 11TH) is among those who feel Haley fought the good fight, and she talked with Len and Michael this week about whether the time has come for Haley to finally admit the inevitable and call it a campaign.



With the passing of comic actor Richard Lewis, Len Berman and Michael Riedel invited his 'Curb Your Enthusiasm' co-star Susie Essman to the show to share her favorite memories of her longtime friend.



Mark Simone:

Journalist Liz Peek joined Mark this week to discuss how migrants in California are getting put on the voter rolls when the apply for a driver’s license.



Conservative commentator joined Mark this week to discuss the migrant crisis and why she puts some of the blame for the problem on Donald Trump.



Boston radio host Howie Carr and Mark discussed Nikki Haley’s bizarre determination to stay in the race for the Republican nomination when it is beyond clear that Donald Trump will secure the nomination.


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