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Jan 31, 2017
In the 9th episode, we look back on the life of Donald Trump with his friend and colleague of 40 years, legendary operative and author Roger Stone. As he writes in his new book, "The Making of the President 2016: How Donald Trump Orchestrated a Revolution", which was released Jan. 31, 2017, we discuss how Trump decided to run for President, how he won the primary, how Hillary Clinton's vulnerabilities caught up with her, how Trump survived the Billy Bush "Access Hollywood" tape, how Stone answers questions about Russia and Wikileaks, how Trump can succeed as President, what the biggest misconception about Trump is, and finally, Stone reveals an incredible story about Trump.

Then, we talked to longtime Democratic consultant Joe Trippi, who managed the 2004 presidential campaign of Howard Dean. We take stock of the current Democratic Party, discussed the Clinton v. Sanders primary, considered how a 2016 bid by Joe Biden might have gone, look back at the groundbreaking 2004 Dean campaign, consider how Democrats were in the minority in 2004 and then back in the majority after 2006, look forward to the 2020 Democratic presidential primary and wrap up with a discussion of what motivates Trippi away from politics.

 

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