Voters in favor of Brexit handed British Prime Minister Boris Johnson an electoral victory on Thursday in a landslide not seen since Margaret Thatcher’s win in 1987. Conservatives won seats in British working-class districts that have been Labour strongholds for generations, giving Jeremy Corbyn’s Labour Party its biggest defeat since 1935. What can 2020 Democratic presidential candidates learn from this election?
Also this hour: President Trump signed an executive order Wednesday following Tuesday's anti-Semitic attack in a Jersey City kosher market that left six people dead, including the two shooters. The order sparked a firestorm online over fears that the order would bring up old debates about Jewish identity and squelch campus protests against Israeli political policy. We try to parse that out.
- Roger Cohen - Columnist for The New York Times, formerly their foreign correspondent on Paris and Berlin. He’s the author of "Heart Grown Brutal: Sagas of Sarajevo" and a memoir, "The Girl from Human Street: A Jewish Family Odyssey"
- Michael Brenner - Seymour and Lillian Abensohn Chair in Israel studies and director of the Center for Israel Studies at American University. His book is “In Search of Israel - The History of an Idea”
Colin McEnroe and Chion Wolf contributed to this show.