Unresolved: Trump's First 100 Days
The first 100 days of the Trump administration have been filled with a whirlwind of new policies and challenges to Washington orthodoxies, and the country is sharply divided. But if we are open to it, we might find that there are reasonable arguments being made by both sides on many issues. And those conversations can start by considering: President Trump’s “America First” policy, and what it means to different people; the administration’s impact on the health of the stock market and our economy; the team that the president has assembled; and whether it’s the media, or the president, that’s under attack. In one night we embark on a radical departure from our Oxford-style format, asking five debaters, from across the political spectrum, for their views on four key issues under the new Trump presidency.
- Jamelle Bouie, Chief Political Correspondent, Slate
- Ian Bremmer, Founder and President, Eurasia Group
- Kris Kobach, Kansas Secretary of State
- Rich Lowry, Editor, National Review
- Jennifer Rubin, Author, The Washington Post's "Right Turn" Blog