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Bill Radke speaks with Emily Parkhurst, editor in chief of the Puget Sound Business Journal, about what a Donald Trump administration means for local businesses. 

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Bill Radke speaks with Jim Walsh, chairman of the Grays Harbor County Republican party, about why Grays Harbor county voted for Donald Trump this election. Grays Harbor was one of four western Washington counties that flipped from blue to red this election. It was the first time the county had voted Republican in 90 years. 

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Bill Radke talks to Todd Bishop of Geekwire about the effect Facebook has on what sort of content users see. 

Students hold up signs during a walkout to protest the election of Donald Trump as president, Monday, Nov. 14, 2016, in Seattle. A spokesman with Seattle Public Schools estimates that about 2,300 students from 14 middle and high schools participated.
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Bill Radke speaks with Quinn Angelou-Lysaker about how she helped organize students from eight Seattle high schools to walk out in protest of Donald Trump's election to the presidency.

Angelou-Lysaker discusses how she helped organize students on social media, how she's relating to Trump supporters at school and why some students are planning to send President-elect Trump a pile of bricks.

Bill Radke speaks with Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz and Dina Gilio-Whitaker about their new book, "All The Real Indians Died Off And 20 Other Myths About Native Americans."

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Bill Radke talks to Lincoln High School teacher Nathan Bowling about the outcome of the presidential election and how his students are reacting. Chief among Bowling's challenges is maintaining civility in the classroom. "I demand it," he said.

Washington state's delegates are split on Donald Trump's candidacy -- and his rhetoric.
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Bill Radke speaks with Vancouver Sun columnist Vaughn Palmer about the reaction in Canada to Donald Trump's election as the next president of the United States. 

The Record: Thursday, Nov 10, Full Show

Nov 10, 2016
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Jeff Bezos once offered to launch Donald Trump to the moon. You'll find out what that rift could mean for the Seattle area. Also, a Tacoma teacher tells his students how a Trump presidency might go. And Canada evaluates its own winners and losers from this election.

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Bill Radke talks to Knute Berger, Crosscut's chief Northwest native, about where he sees hope for the Northwest after Donald Trump was elected President. 

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Bill Radke speaks with Geekwire Co-founder Todd Bishop about the contentious relationship between Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos and President-elect Donald Trump. 

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Bill Radke sits down with Seattle writer Ijeoma Oluo to discuss the outcome of the presidential election. For many progressives like her, Trump's win was a difficult pill to swallow.

Oluo's intial reaction was to console her family after it became clear Tuesday night that Donald Trump would become the next president of the United States.


Bill Radke speaks with former King County Executive Ron Sims and former Washington State Attorney General Rob McKenna about how much the actions of President-elect Donald Trump could affect life in Washington State.

KUOW special: The day after 11/8

Nov 9, 2016
Kemi Adeyemi, who lives near Pike Place Market, was excited early Tuesday night -- before results for Donald Trump came in.
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Many in Washington are feeling the blues after Donald Trump took the White House and Republicans took Congress in Tuesday’s election.

But locally, the blues won some key races, including Democratic incumbent Jay Inslee for governor, Pramila Jayapal for Seattle’s U.S. Representative and Patty Murray for U.S. Senator.

We’ll be getting reaction from around the region on the election results. Listen to this special hour of coverage from KUOW's The Record.

Bill Radke speaks with Harborview psychiatrist Doug Zatzick about what ordinary Americans can do to get through the final hours of the election; including whether or not it is OK to spend the rest of election day in a kiddie pool full of Jell-O shots.

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Sherry Turkle writes “face to face conversation is the most human – and humanizing – thing we do.” Yet, Turkle says in contemporary society we’re seeing a flight from conversation to our phones where we get a constant feed of connection, information and entertainment. 

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