Trump: Year one so far, a panel discussion at UWinnipeg

Trump caricature, ©UWinnipeg

Trump caricature, ©UWinnipeg

Many people here in Canada and abroad are deeply affected by the current American president. Donald J. Trump undertook an unconventional rise from fringe candidate in the Republican presidential primaries, to Republican candidate for president, to President of the United States. UWinnipeg’s Political Science Speakers’ Series presents, Trump: Year one so far, a panel discussion on Wednesday, November 8, at 12:30 pm in Room 4M47. This is the second talk on Trump presented by the Department of Political Science, with the first being very popular. Admission is free and all are welcome. 

Three UWinnipeg faculty members  from a cross section of disciplines, Dr. Matthew Flisfeder (Rhetoric, Writing, and Communications); Dr. Paul Lawrie (History), and Dr.Jenny Heijun Wills, (English) return to offer analysis and critique on the past year of the current POTUS. 

This second talk will enable our panelists and audience to re-visit the idea of a Trump presidency after several months and assess its impact in the United States, in North America, and the world.

For more information, please contact the Department of Political Science at 204-786-9340.


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