Ukraine's Trump problem & immigration climbs higher
Kate Andrews speaks to John Mearsheimer, an international relations expert from the University of Chicago, and Freddy Gray, The Spectator’s deputy editor, about how American support would change under a Republican president:
‘If the US withdrew its materiel support for Ukraine, the Russians would win a big victory. It’s hard for me to imagine that any American leader – Donald Trump or Joe Biden – is going to allow that to happen.’ – John Mearsheimer
On the rest of the show, Spectator contributor Mark Galeotti and Mike Martin, author of How To Fight A War, discuss Ukraine’s counteroffensive, political editor Katy Balls tells us about the new partygate allegations against Boris Johnson, data editor Michael Simmons explains the latest immigration figures, and columnist Rod Liddle remembers his friend and colleague Jeremy Clarke.