The transition of power begins. Donald Trump met President Obama at the White House today, with praise exchanged on both sides. That scene of unity coming just hours after anti-Trump protests were held in dozens of cities, including Boston. So what's next? Former Attorney General Martha Coakley(@marthacoakley),Cambridge City Councilor Nadeem Mazen(@nadeemtron)and Former Romney Policy Director Charles Chieppodiscuss.
The former federal official in charge of health care,Don Berwick joined Jim to break down just how Trump and the Republican congress could repeal and replace Obamacare.
After a long, ferocious campaign battle, Hillary Clinton didn’t shatter the highest and hardest glass ceiling Tuesday night—but one fact will always remain––Clinton made history as the first woman to win a presidential nomination by a major political party. But how might her loss affect other women’s political aspirations? Cristina Quinn (@cristinaquinn) joined Jim to discuss.
And why Jim wants America to be an Electoral College drop-out, and it has nothing to do with who was elected on Tuesday.