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"The Takeout" is a weekly podcast about politics, policy and pop culture hosted by CBS News Chief White House Correspondent Major Garrett and CBS News Political Director Steve Chaggaris. Listeners can expect context and analysis of the week's political news in a casual format that allows for expanded conversation with a newsmaker. Each episode is recorded over a meal at a Washington, D.C. restaurant. 

Proposition not Opposition: Rep. Pramila Jayapal

< 1 day ago · 39 minutes

Once called a "young lady" who didn't "know a damn thing" about what she was talking about on the House floor, Rep. Pramila Jayapal, a Democrat from Washington state, is no stranger to "mansplaining" and the #MeToo movement. Over quesadillas, enchiladas, and beef tacos, Jayapal explains what that incident was like, as well as her fight to make her party the proposition party, rather than opposition.

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Episode 45 (November 24, 2017): American Beverage Association President/CEO Susan Neely at The University Club | Audio | Audio extra | Video  

Episode 44 (November 17, 2017): Former Homeland Security Secretary Tom Ridge at Edgar | Audio | Audio extra | Video 

Episode 43 (November 10, 2017): CBS News National Security Correspondent David Martin on Medal of Honor recipients, Cafe Bonaparte | Audio | Audio extra Video

Episode 42 (November 3, 2017): Former U.S. prosecutors John Wood and Julie Myers Wood at Cafe Deluxe - West End | Audio | Audio extra Video

Episode 41 (October 27, 2017): Rep. Joseph Kennedy III at Dubliner | Audio | Audio extra Video

Episode 40 (October 20, 2017): Energy Secretary Rick Perry at Energy Department / Dunkin Donuts | Audio | Audio extra Video

Episode 39 (October 13, 2017): Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., at Bistro Bis | Audio | Audio extra Video

Episode 38 (October 6, 2017): "Full Frontal" host Samantha Bee at the CBS Broadcast Center cafeteria | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 37 (September 29, 2017): 2020 presidential candidate Rep. John Delaney, D-Md., at Rosa Mexicano | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Special Edition (September 27, 2017): "48 Hours" Senior Executive Producer Susan Zirinsky at the CBS Broadcast Center cafeteria | Audio

Episode 36 (September 22, 2017): Former Homeland Security Adviser Fran Townsend at the offices of MacAndrews and Forbes | Audio | Audio extraVideo

Episode 35 (September 15, 2017): Office of Management and Budget Director Mick Mulvaney at The Tombs | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 34 (September 8, 2017): RNC Chairwoman Ronna McDaniel at Bistro Bis | Audio Audio extra | Video

Episode 33 (September 1, 2017): CBS News National Security Correspondent David Martin at Duke's Grocery | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 32 (August 25, 2017): Author, playwright, broadcaster Janet Langhart Cohen at Old Ebbitt Grill | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 31 (August 18, 2017): Former Defense Secretary William Cohen at Nopa Kitchen and Bar | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 30 (August 11, 2017): Treasury spokesman Tony Sayegh at Old Ebbitt Grill | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 29 (August 4, 2017): Sen. Al Franken, D-Minn., at Dubliner | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 28 (July 28, 2017): Rep. Seth Moulton, D-Mass., at Dubliner | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 27 (July 21, 2017): Tea Party Patriots co-founder Jenny Beth Martin at Meiwah | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 26 (July 14, 2017): Political economist Mark Blyth at District Taco Dupont | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 25 (July 7, 2017): Rep. Ro Khanna, D-Calif., at Bistro Bis | Audio Audio extra | Video

Episode 24 (June 30, 2017): Former White House Deputy Press Secretary Eric Schultz at Quadrant Lounge | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 23 (June 23, 2017): Americans for Prosperity president Tim Phillips at Ris | Audio | Audio extra | Video

Episode 22 (June 16, 2017): Former Gov. Martin O'Malley, D-Md., at Dubliner | Audio | Audio extra | Video

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Episode 19 (May 26, 2017): CSIS foreign policy expert Heather Conley at Meiwah | Audio Audio extra

Episode 18 (May 19, 2017): Rep. Marsha Blackburn, R-Tenn., at Bistro Bis | Audio Audio extra

Episode 17 (May 12, 2017): Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., at 701 Restaurant | Audio Audio extra

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Episode 12 (April 7, 2017): Committee for a Responsible Budget president Maya MacGuineas at Dubliner | Audio Audio extra | Video clip

Episode 11 (March 31, 2017): Emily's List president Stephanie Schriock at Meiwah | Audio Audio extra | Video clip

Episode 10 (March 24, 2017): Rep. Joseph Crowley, D-N.Y., at Kelly's Irish Times | Audio Audio extra

Episode 9 (March 17, 2017): Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., at Bullfeathers | Audio Audio extra | Video clip

Episode 8 (March 10, 2017): "Freakonomics" co-author Stephen Dubner at Dubliner | Audio Audio extra 

Episode 7 (March 3, 2017): Former presidential speechwriters Jonathan Horn and Cody Keenan at Riggsby | Audio Audio extra | Video clip

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Episode 5 (February 17, 2017): CBS News' Jeff Pegues and Paula Reid at Meiwah | Audio Audio extra 

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Episode 3 (February 3, 2017): CBS News Legal Correspondent Jan Crawford and Judicial Crisis Network's Carrie Severino at Casa Luca | Audio | Video clip

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