E.J. Dionne to liberal and moderate anti-Trumpers: Pick a lane
Americans congregate philosophically and politically to the left, right, and center. Author and commentator E.J. Dionne has been thinking about what those divisions foretell for opponents of President Trump.
Dionne’s latest book is Code Red: How Progressives and Moderates Can Unite to Save Our Country. As the subtitle suggests, he’s urging anti-Trumpers to come together or risk re-electing him.
Mr. Dionne is a Washington Post columnist and a professor at Georgetown and Harvard. If you enjoy hearing his Week In Politics analysis on NPR most Fridays, you’ll appreciate hearing him at length. This talk is an informative time capsule in this fast-changing political and public health landscape.
E.J. Dionne had this conversation with KUOW’s Ross Reynolds at Town Hall Seattle on February 26. Jennie Cecil Moore recorded the event.
As usual, when things were usual, Town Hall Seattle's Wier Harman introduced the event. We wish our friends at Town Hall and at other venues in the area as quick a return to regular programming as possible.