Trump: How to understand an unconventional President

Trump: How to understand an unconventional President

This event has finished Took place on: Wednesday, 21st Feb 2018

At first, many thought Donald Trump’s run for the presidency was a mere vanity project, but support for his larger-than-life campaign grew exponentially throughout 2016. Elected against the odds by a bitterly divided public, Trump is now in the White House – and his style of leadership is going against everything that's come before him. From governing by Twitter to making unguarded comments about other world leaders, Trump’s campaign and presidency have established him as one of the most unconventional presidents in modern history.

Join our expert panel as they dissect the triumphs and pitfalls of Trump’s first year in charge.

Speakers:Dr Emma Long Lecturer in American Studies, University of East Anglia Professor Scott Lucas Professor of International Politics, University of BirminghamProfessor Stephen Reicher FBA Professor of Psychology, University of St Andrews

Chair:Andrew Naughtie, International Editor, The Conversation

Cost: Free of Charge


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2018-02-21 2018-02-21 Europe/London Trump: How to understand an unconventional President Join an expert panel as they dissect the triumphs and pitfalls of Trump’s first year in charge. https://www.ianvisits.co.uk/calendar/2018/02/21/trump-how-to-understand-an-unconventional-president-163558 The British Academy,10-11 Carlton House Terrace,,London

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