What would a Trump Presidency actually look like?
That’s a question on the minds of pundits, politicians, and citizens alike. In this week’s lead story in The New Yorker, “President Trump’s First Term,” Evan Osnos asks Trump’s inner-circle, think tanks, and political scientists and experts from around the world what would actually happen if his campaign promises were fulfilled. From the economy to immigration to the war on terror, Osnos looks at all of Trump’s major plans and examines the consequences.
Read the article: “President Trump’s First Term.”
The National Book Award-winning author of Age of Ambition, Evan Osnos specializes in politics, foreign affairs, and all things related to China. He has written in-depth profiles and essays on many of America’s and China’s most influential cultural, political, and business figures, including Vice President Joe Biden, President Xi Jinping, artist and activist Ai Weiwei, and Donald Trump.
A Pulitzer Prize-finalist, Age of Ambition was called “by far the most thoughtful and well-crafted work on China written by an American journalist in recent years” by The San Francisco Chronicle. A fellow at the Brookings Institution, he is a contributor on This American Life and Frontline and has made appearances on Charlie Rose, Morning Joe, and Fareed Zakaria GPS.