Conservative writer and journalist David Frum is well known for his work in multiple publications including The Atlantic where he is a senior editor. He served as a speechwriter for President George W. Bush, and he is a critic of Donald Trump. In this interview, we discuss the threat that Frum believes Trumps poses to the American political system, his thoughts on Russia, Comey, and North Korea, and what he thinks the future holds.
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- David Frum’s experience being on live TV when he realized Donald Trump would become president
- Why he doesn’t use the term Never-Trump
- What makes up the “base” of his politics
- About how he fears for the Trump Presidency every day
- What he thinks about Comey’s firing
- David’s thoughts on Russia’s connections with the 2016 campaign
- What has happened to the conservative movement
- His thoughts on how the media have covered Donald Trump
- A best case scenario if Donald Trump lasts for 4-8 years
- About the North Korea scenario
- How he thinks Christopher Hitchens would have reacted to the 2016 election
- His experiences at Bilderberg
- How to learn the ability to be a good journalist