That Said with Michael Zeldin – Guests, CNN’s Abby Phillip, Political Correspondent, and Manu Raju, Senior Congressional Correspondent
The Trump Administration has tested our political norms like none other in recent history. As the Trump presidency draws to a close, the Biden presidency about to begin, two special senatorial elections that will determine the balance of power in the Senate on the horizon, and the prospect of precedent setting presidential pardons a daily threat, it's time to look back on where we have been these past four years, distill the lessons to be learned, and project where we will be heading.
That Said, join Michael Zeldin as he speaks with CNN’s Abby Phillip, Political Correspondent, and Manu Raju, Senior Congressional Correspondent, to break down what to expect at 1600 Pennsylvania Ave and on Capitol Hill. How will this divided government work, if at all? Who will hold the keys to success or stalemate? How will centers of power shift if the Democrats win the two Georgia Senate seats, win one, or lose both?
Introduction by Lawrence J. Parnell, Associate Professor & Program Director, Masters in Strategic Public Relations – GSPM, Adjunct Professor – School of Business, The George Washington University