U.S. in Transition - Impact on Domestic Politics
Shock waves were felt around the world after the U.S. 2016 presidential election. Now, in the crucial moments of political transition, eyes are on the new administration to fulfill promises that were made during the campaign. The decisions being made by newly elected government officials will set the stage for the U.S. domestic political atmosphere for the next four years – or longer. Future implications of these decisions have Americans and Europeans around the world filled with questions and anticipation. GMF’s highly engaged staff provide insight to this vital time in U.S. domestic politics, featuring Reta Jo Lewis, Director of Congressional Affairs, and Kevin Cottrell, Director of Transatlantic Leadership Initiatives.