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What to Expect in the Age of the Unexpected: The Year Ahead in Politics
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From tweets to bots to bizarre bedfellows, the past year in politics has been unlike anything we have ever seen -- and 2018 will be no different with critical midterm congressional elections set for next November. Megan Murphy sits down with two top presidential campaign and administration veterans to discuss the year ahead in politics: Will Democrats take control of the U.S. House of Representatives? What's next in Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation of Russian interference in U.S. elections? And can the Trump Administration finally find traction in Congress for its agenda? 

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Megan Murphy

Editor, Bloomberg Businessweek
Murphy was named editor of Bloomberg Businessweek in November 2016, and oversaw a relaunch of the brand in June 2017. Before joining Businessweek, Murphy was Bloomberg's Washington Bureau Chief since August 2015, overseeing the news organization's coverage of politics and government... Read More →

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Margaret Hoover

Political Strategist and Author; President, American Unity Fund
Hoover serves as President of American Unity Fund, is a gay rights activist, a new mother, a media personality, a political strategist and best-selling author of the book American Individualism: How A New Generation of Conservatives Can Save the Republican Party (Crown Forum). The... Read More →
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Jennifer Palmieri

President, Center for American Progress Action Fund
Palmieri is the President of the Center for American Progress Action Fund. Previously, she was the head of Communications for the Hillary Clinton presidential campaign and White House Communications Director for President Obama. She has been on the frontlines of American politics... Read More →

Wednesday November 8, 2017 9:05am - 9:25am