Brian Kemp was sworn in as Georgia's 83rd governor Monday, bringing an end to Gov. Nathan Deal's eight years in office. Deal had his critics, but he also earned praise for initiatives related to business, education and criminal justice reform. Many of those achievements are symbolically represented in his official portrait with First Lady of Georgia Sandra Deal. The portrait will now hang at the State Capitol.

Saporta Report founder Maria Saporta and Atlanta Journal-Constitution reporter James Salzer joined "On Second Thought" to reflect on Deal's legacy as governor. 

"On Second Thought" host Virginia Prescott speaks with Maria Saporta and James Salzer.


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