Thomas Friedman on The Most Consequential Election Of Our Times
Politics & Economics • 1h 1m
Recorded in October 2022, in conversation with Robert Peston Thomas Friedman examines the most consequential Presidential elections of our times. Will enough Americans rally round President Trump to give him a second term, despite the innumerable scandals that have beset his administration? Or will the Democrats find a way to send him packing? And with the campaign already shaping up to be more bitter and divisive than any other in history, is there any hope for America’s fractured politics?
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