Dr. Michael A. Genovese, President of Global Policy Institute at Loyola Marymount University, was on CNN to discuss President Donald Trump’s statements about the Charlottesville protest.
Dr. Genovese’s latest book, The Trumping of American Politics, will be released this month; and his next book, How Trump Governs, will be released this fall.
Below are the links to the three segments of the discussion:
“It’s about morals. It’s about truth. It’s about who we are as a people. It’s a defining moment, and we have to choose.” —Michael A. Genovese
“Can the president lead? Only if he wants to. He can’t just speak to the base. He has to speak to all of us. […] Right now he is in jeopardy of losing the establishment of the Republican party. He cannot govern without them.” —Michael A. Genovese
“History is important. We should not cover it up. We should not obliterate it. We need to learn the lessons of history — the good, the bad, and the ugly. But the equivalency argument that the president and some other people make is a false one. You’re talking about those who made, built, and invented American versus those who are traitors to it and tried to destroy it. And so, who you honor tells a lot about who you are.” —Michael A. Genovese
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