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The Trump Era: A Retrospective At Six Months

Jul 27, 2017

You might say that we’ve done a lot of coverage of The Trump Era.

It began with a show sixteen months ago that imagined a Trumpian future. We didn't take it terribly seriously then. We do now.

This hour, we've gathered a number of the people we've talked to along the way for a retrospective: Where have we been since last March, since Election Day, since Inauguration Day?


  • Henry Alford - An "investigative humorist" and the author of Would It Kill You To Stop Doing That? A Modern Guide to Manners
  • Sarah Kendzior - An op-ed columnist for The Globe and Mail and the US correspondent for The Correspondent
  • Azar Nafisi - The author of Reading Lolita in Tehran and The Republic of Imagination: America in Three Books
  • Margaret Sullivan - The Washington Post's media columnist

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Colin McEnroe and Chion Wolf contributed to this show.