The US election

As the last of the Democratic primaries wrap up, the Associated Press declared Hillary Clinton the presumptive nominee. However, Bernie Sanders isn’t ready to back down. Why was the race so tight, and can Bernie supporters be expected to vote for Hillary in the general election? Why have both Clinton and Trump been such divisive candidates, and if they do indeed face off this fall, who will win? Will they have to tweak their strategy before then? Join us for a discussion with Ye Hailin in Beijing, Researcher from the National Institute of International Strategy at the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences; in Chicago, Laura Schwartz, author and former White House Director of Events under the Clinton Administration; and in Washington DC, Brandon Andrews, former Senate staffer and a Republican Party strategist.

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