President Donald Trump walks across the South Lawn to Marine One to depart for his trip to Louisville, Kentucky.

President Donald Trump walks across the South Lawn to Marine One to depart for his trip to Louisville, Kentucky.

This week, Donald Trump takes his message to Kentucky — a state he carried by a huge margin last year. Can President Trump now come through for those who overwhelmingly backed him in coal country? He promised better jobs and a better health care plan. Is the Bluegrass state buying it?

Guests

  • Ryland Barton state capital bureau chief for Kentucky Public Radio, based in Frankfort.
  • J. Tyler White president of the Kentucky Coal Association, which represents about 90 percent of the state's coal industry.
  • Peter Hille president of the Mountain Association for Community Economic Development (MACED).
  • Sheila Schuster licensed psychologist and chair of Kentucky Voices for Health, a coalition of organizations working to improve the health of Kentuckians.
  • Tim Robinson CEO of Addiction Recovery Care in Kentucky.

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