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National Agenda 2019: Direction Democracy<p>Donald Trump will be impeached by the Democratic-controlled House of Representatives, Chris Christie told a packed Mitchell Hall audience on Wednesday night, Nov. 7. But he won’t be removed by the Senate, he added. With trademark candor, sharp humor and a palpable pride for his alma mater, the former New Jersey governor and presidential hopeful, a 1984 graduate of the College of Arts and Sciences, spoke as part of the National Agenda Speaker Series on “Deciphering Political Power.”</p>https://youtu.be/2jYSovoZ1DgNational Agenda 2019: Direction Democracy featuring Chris ChristieChris Christie's Candorhttps://www.cpc.udel.edu/news/college/Pages/christie-national-agenda.aspx2019: Direction Democracy
National Agenda 2019: Direction Democracy<p>John Della Volpe’s job is to ask questions, and he spends a lot of time thinking about Millennials. At the final event of the University of Delaware’s National Agenda speaker series on November 20, he queried, “What keeps young people up at night?” UD junior Alyssa Hornung replied that she is angry about college debt and the soaring cost of health care. She confirmed the observations of Della Volpe, the director of polling for Harvard Kennedy School’s Institute of Politics.<br></p>https://youtu.be/hV_OZ8AsCzcNational Agenda 2019: Direction Democracy featuring John Della VolpeMeasuring Millennialshttps://www.cpc.udel.edu/news/Pages/national-agenda-with-john-della-volpe.aspx2019: Direction Democracy
National Agenda 2019: Direction Democracy<p>​“Oh my God, he admit it!” Jamelle Bouie, the third speaker in “Direction Democracy,” National Agenda Speaker Series, tweeted a gif from Netflix’s <em>I Think You Should Leave with Tim Robinson</em> to describe the release of the phone call transcript that began President Donald Trump’s impeachment inquiry. The transcript between President Trump and Ukraine President Zelenskyy, released that day, was on the minds of much of the audience on the evening of September 25, 2019.</p>https://youtu.be/DttxG0-QhoANational Agenda 2019: Direction Democracy featuring Jamelle BouieLearning from the Past and Presenthttps://www.cpc.udel.edu/news/Pages/national-agenda-with-jamelle-bouie.aspx2019: Direction Democracy

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