The Trump Phenomenon

You are cordially invited to a lecture on the topic of

The Trump Phenomenon

with 

Michael Walsh

New York Times Bestselling Author

Wednesday, April 18th

4:00 PM – 5:00 PM

The Institute of World Politics
1521 16th Street NW
Washington, D.C.
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About the Lecture: Fifteen months into his administration, Donald Trump remains the object of a dedicated attempt by the Democratic Party, the Media, “Never Trump” Republicans, and rogue members of the Deep State to take him down. From the night he was elected, lifelong members of the Permanent Bipartisan Fusion Party and the embedded bureaucracy have refused to accept the results of the vote, and have instead waged a constant war against a man they consider an interloper – a situation unique in the annals of American democracy. From Hillary Clinton to James Comey to Robert Mueller to Stormy Daniels, the list of Trump’s enemies – and his peril -- continues to grow. So how should he fight back? In this timely and challenging presentation, Michael Walsh offers some no-holds barred solutions to the president’s dilemma.

About the Speaker: Michael Walsh, a former classical music critic for Time magazine and screenwriter, is the author of several novels, including The Devil's Pleasure Palace, And All the Saints, winner of the 2004 American Book Award, and the New York Times bestseller Hostile Intent. He cowrote the hit Disney Channel Original Movie Cadet Kelly. He is now a regular contributor of political and cultural commentary to PJ Media and National Review, and an occasional op-ed columnist for the New York Post.

 


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