Mo Elleithee

Executive director, Georgetown University's Institute of Politics and Public Service

Executive director of Georgetown University's Institute of Politics and Public Service

Mo Elleithee on KCRW

Are Trump’s campaign promises a cause for concern? KCRW also discusses activism in journalism and the role of school vouchers in closing achievement gaps.

Will Trump punish political opponents if elected?

Are Trump’s campaign promises a cause for concern? KCRW also discusses activism in journalism and the role of school vouchers in closing achievement gaps.

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KCRW examines the political response to Donald Trump’s guilty verdict. What impact will it have on undecided voters and the public’s faith in the judiciary?

Donald Trump found guilty in historic first for former president

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How will AI and deepfakes affect this year’s elections?

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