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Donald Trump has been president for a week. He has lost no time delivering on some of his campaign promises on trade and health care.
He has also faced record crowds who have come out to protest. His opponents believe he stoked division and has given legitimacy to extremists.
Others see Trump’s election victory as the true will of the American people, who are hungry for change and fed up with the status quo. In partnership with the organizers of Intelligence Squared, 1A asks, “Should we give President Trump a chance?”
- Michael Waldman President of the Brennan Center for Justice at the NYU School of Law; former speechwriter and aide to President Bill Clinton.
- Gayle Trotter Gayle Trotter is a columnist, political analyst and attorney who regularly appears on TV, such as Fox News Channel, contributes to The Hill, The Daily Caller, Townhall and other well-known political websites, and is a frequent guest on radio shows across the country providing an insider’s view of Washington, DC. http://gayletrotter.com/
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