What Can Be Learned From President-Elect Trump's Campaign?
Today on "Political Rewind," the race to the White House concluded early Wednesday morning with a President-Elect Donald Trump. The billionaire businessman defeated former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton against the predictions of many experts. Our panel discusses the question remaining, what kind of president will Trump be?
Donald Trump's victory speech came in the early hours of Wednesday morning while Hillary Clinton waited until mid-day to give her concession speech. Donald Trump delivered a message with a unifying theme later echoed by House of Representative Speaker Paul Ryan during a press conference.
With two differing campaigns run by both candidates, the future of the traditional campaign style has potentially given way to the wave of political movements. What lessons are there to be learned from the Trump campaign style versus traditional ground game campaigns?
The panel reviews the latest election updates throughout the state and nation as more information continues to be reported.
Buddy Darden – Former U.S. Representative 7th District
Patricia Murphy – columnist for the Daily Beast
Todd Rehm – Republican Strategist, Editor of GaPundit
Tamar Hallerman – AJC Washington correspondent
Post written by GPB News intern Robert Jimison.