Weekdays: 5:30 a.m. – 9 a.m.
Chris Stigall brings a contemporary brand of opinionated talk and humor to mornings on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT. Prior to his arrival in Philadelphia, Chris’s radio career began in Kansas City where he worked on-air in various music formats before transitioning to talk radio. Chris’s diverse background includes an internship with the Late Show with David Letterman in New York and serving as a representative and press assistant to a United States Congressman. Chris regularly addresses various Philadelphia civic clubs and political action committees. He also has appeared as a guest on CNN and Fox News. His radio interviews regularly make national news on prominent websites like the Drudge Report. He also contributes as a guest columnist for publications such as Breitbart’s Big Hollywood, American Spectator, Human Events and Philadelphia Magazine.
Chris discussed President Obama’s endorsement of Hillary Clinton, his appearance on the Tonight Show, and Tom Brokaw’s upcoming interview with David Letterman. At 7:00, he talked with economist Chris Butler about impact of Philadelphia’s beverage tax.
Senator Pat Toomey says he is not worried about Donald Trump dragging him down during his Senate re-election bid.
Opponents of Philadelphia’s 1.5 cent per ounce beverage tax speak out against the plan.
Chris reviewed Philadelphia City Council’s passage of the soda tax and discussed the ramifications with Jared Walczak from the Tax Foundation at 7:00 and Larry Ceisler from No Philly Grocery Tax at 8:20. He also spoke with Senator Pat Toomey at 8:00 about the challenges of running for re-election alongside Donald Trump.
Pundits John Hayward and AB Stoddard review the aftermath of Hillary Clinton locking up the Democratic nomination for President.
Chris covered Hillary Clinton locking up the Democratic nomination, what Bernie Sanders does next, and Donald Trump losing support in the Republican party. He talked with John Hayward from Breitbart at 6:20 and AB Stoddard from the Hill at 7:20 about the race for the White House and Patrick Kerkstra from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00 about the latest regarding the soda tax and the saga of DA Seth Williams’ ex-wife.
Mitch McConnell says Donald Trump would be better suited focusing on issues that matter to the American people.
Chris discussed Hillary Clinton reaching the number of delegates needed to reach the Democratic nomination for President, Bernie Sanders vowing to stay in the race and Marco Rubio saying he warned Republicans of the dangers of nominating Donald Trump. He talked with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell at 8:20 about the presidential race and his new book, The Long Game.
Chris reviews Donald Trump’s comments over the weekend attacking a Latino judge, the death of Muhammad Ali and a bottle being thrown at Ryan Howard. He talked with Michael Bronstein and Colin Hanna on the Monday Morning Matchup to preview tomorrow’s California primary at 7:00.
Chris talked about Obama and Hillary vs Trump, Katie McGinty not being truthful, and Paul Ryan throwing his support behind Trump. At 7:00, Chris spoke to Chris Butler on Finance Friday about Obama’s economic observation and how it relates to the CA primary. At 7:20 Chris talked to national chairman for the College Republican National Committee, Alex Smith, about not taking millennials for granted, and young women not buying into Hillary as first woman President.
Bob Gale, the Co-Creator of the Back To The Future movies discusses the origins of the movies and how the story came together.
Chris discussed Hillary Clinton’s attacks on Trump University, Glenn Beck being suspended for a week and preparing for his neighborhood yard sale. At 8:20, he talked with Bob Gale, the Co-Creator of ‘Back To The Future.’
Nely Galan, a former President of Telemundo, criticized Donald Trump for his lack of respect on the campaign trail.
Ed Rendell approved of Mayor Jim Kenney’s soda tax proposal but thinks three cents per ounce may be too high.
Chris discussed Donald Trump firing back at the media over his donations to veterans charities and Villanova’s visit to the White House. He talked with Ed Rendell at 7:20 about the soda tax and Hillary Clinton’s emails, Victor Fiorillo from Philadelphia Magazine at 8:00 about the death of Harambe, and former Telemundo President Nely Galan about her new book, Self Made, at 8:20.