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I’ll be interviewed on the Pennsylvania Cable Network, 8-8:30 p.m.
Co-authored with Kyle Kopko, Christopher Devine, Jillian Casey and Julia Ward and published in the Monkey Cage blog of the Washington Post: https://www.washingtonpost.com/news/monkey-cage/wp/2016/11/22/obama-has-set-the-record-for-the-most-presidential-medals-of-freedom/?postshare=4821479818110613&tid=ss_fb.
“Will Trump Put Power over Principle on Nov. 8? The Warning Signs Are There,” http://www.pennlive.com/opinion/2016/10/will_trump_put_power_above_pri.html#incart_river_index
Q: What have we learned from the debate? I’m not sure we learned much. We heard campaign talking points repeatedly, Kaine attacking Trump’s controversial statements about various groups and Pence criticizing Clinton’s emails and her performance as Secretary of State. Both came off as decent men, and supporters of both presidential candidates were reassured that … Continue reading →
My interview with Metro World News on the US presidential election and Hillary Clinton’s health, 9/12/16
Q: How does health of the candidate affects on the campaign’s result? The health of any candidate is always a concern. Health issues have arisen in past campaigns, especially with candidates nearing or in their 70s, such as Eisenhower, Reagan, and John McCain. Campaigns always try to maintain that their candidates are physically fit. John F. Kennedy had serious health issues … Continue reading →