Family involvement in the Trump administration, such as Ivanka Trump’s role at the G20 Summit and Jared Kushner’s political influence, have placed family businesses in a new spotlight.
Now 130+ days into a Trump administration, the president’s senior trade team has finally taken shape – and they appear to be hitting their stride.
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At Edelman, we’ll refrain from picking sides in this race, but we will dive deep into how an election season so divisive has also been so successful in capturing our attention.
As the late, great Mr. Bowie so eloquently and famously put it: turn and face the strange. But is it the beginning of a realignment of the political parties, or the end of that realignment?
Central to this situation is a lack of trust. According to the 2016 Edelman TRUST BAROMETER, we are witnessing a widening gap in trust in government between the “informed public” and the “general population” in the United States.
In this first of a series of video commentaries on the 2016 election, Democratic strategist Bob Shrum and Republican strategist Steve Schmidt share their thoughts on how an unprecedented era of fraud, the collapse of trust and free media have led us to a moment where, as Shrum puts it, “a 74-year-old curmudgeon from Vermont […]
From D.C. to California and almost every corner of the globe people have observed the U.S. presidential race and wondered how we arrived at this point. In the end, many have wound up scratching their heads and asking one simple question, “WTF?!”