President Trump’s critics often describe his term of office as filled with pure and uninhibited chaos. The Washington Post White House Correspondent Philip Rucker disagrees. In the reporter’s latest book – the award-winning A Very Stable Genius: Donald J. Trump’s Testing of America – Rucker demonstrates that there are clear patterns and values in the behaviours of both President Trump and his associates. What are these patterns and values and what implications do they have for US politics and foreign policy? How are they faring in a pandemic and economic disaster? And how would a second term of office for the Trump administration differ from the first?
To discuss these issues, please join us for a webinar event featuring Pulitzer Prize and George Polk Award-winning writer Philip Rucker in conversation with United States Studies Centre CEO Professor Simon Jackman.