Steve Hilton laid out why Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, a self-described socialist, is misguided in his historical defenses of the Soviet Union.
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Steve Hilton takes a weekly look at the rise of populism in the U.S. and abroad in the wake of Brexit and the election of President Donald Trump.
Hilton, who served as a senior adviser to former UK Prime Minister David Cameron, hosts the live one-hour political talk show, examining the failure of elitist policies.
Featuring insightful conversations with a rotating three-guest panel, Hilton examines Trump's pledge to "drain the swamp" in D.C. and brings you a compelling look at the growing "revolution."
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Lisa Boothe said on "Next Revolution" that prospective candidates for the White House chief of staff position may be hesitant to join President Trump's inner circle right now.
Tucker Carlson and Steve Hilton talked about on Sunday the divisive nature of American politics following the midterm elections.
In his "Swamp Watch" segment Sunday, Steve Hilton took a look at Rep. Maxine Waters and how she has apparently used her public office to protect her investments, benefit her friends and enrich her family.
In his weekly "Swamp Watch," "The Next Revolution" host Steve Hilton said New Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez is a "profile in corruption [all] its own."
Candace Owens said Sunday on The Next Revolution that the sexual assault allegations toward Brett Kavanaugh represent a "witch hunt" from the #MeToo movement.
President Donald Trump has reportedly accepted that he won't get the necessary votes to fund the border wall before November's midterm elections.
Steve Hilton went one-on-one with Dr. Jordan Peterson in a special interview Sunday night.
Steve Hilton said Sunday that Google is helping its number one enemy, and floating away in a "giant balloon of arrogance, untethered to any notions of loyalty or ethics."
Tomi Lahren said that Democrats hate the president's success so much, they're unaware that he's actually helping the base they're looking to support.
President Donald Trump has sent the world's political and media establishments into a "meltdown" during his trip to Europe, Steve Hilton said.
Russian Studies professor Stephen Cohen said that President Trump's summit with Vladimir Putin is more significant than any other president's meeting with a Kremlin leader because of how dangerous the current relationship is between both countries.