Gerald Seib

Washington Bureau Chief, Wall Street Journal

Guest

Washington Bureau Chief for the Wall Street Journal and author of the 'Capital Journal' column; former executive Washington Editor for the Wall Street Journal and co-author of Pennsylvania Avenue: Profiles in Backroom Power

Gerald Seib on KCRW

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