Trump, Two Years In: Observations of a White House Correspondent
Donald Trump's presidency has been wracked by chaos, drama, and infighting and it can seem like a day's worth of news is enough for an entire month. The constant action can make it difficult for news consumers to sort the wheat from the chaff; what's important versus what is mere noise. In this talk, Jordan Fabian will recount five key moments from Trump's first two years in office and share his thoughts about what they show about the president and what they mean for the country.
Jordan Fabian, Class of '09, is White House correspondent for The Hill newspaper. In his career as a journalist, Jordan has questioned two presidents, numerous administration officials and dozens of members of Congress. His work has been featured in The Hill, ABC News, Univision, and The Atlantic. Jordan frequently appears on cable news and syndicated radio programs to share his reporting and analysis. He graduated cum laude with a bachelor's degree in history from the College of Arts & Sciences.
6:00pm reception; 6:30pm lecture, gratis.