With the inauguration of President Donald Trump looming, the media is gearing up for the best and worst of the political climate.
This week, The Washington Post and ABC News are both hosting the first-ever edition of the White Americans Dinner, which is set to feature an array of award-winning documentary filmmakers, political leaders, and award-winners.
With a variety of topics on the agenda, the White America Dinner brings together some of the best voices from the world of the news media to talk about the current state of our nation, the world we live in and how it affects us all.
In this edition, we’ll dive into the topics of health care, guns, Trump’s executive order on refugees, and the rise of fake news.
We’ll also discuss the most interesting news stories of the week and explore the role of social media in shaping the news cycle.
But first, the best of the night will be our special feature, the most important White Americans dinner stories of 2017.
“How to Survive The White Americans Dining” is a podcast that explores the unique challenges facing the nation as it relates to the president’s inauguration.
Hosts Steve Bannon, Peter Schweizer, John Heilemann, and David Axelrod will share their personal stories, personal reflections and observations as they share the experiences they’ve experienced.
They will also provide commentary from some of their favorite writers and journalists.
The series will feature interviews with the top White House correspondents, including Michelle Fields, Michael Schmidt, Jake Tapper, John Dickerson, Ed O’Keefe, and many more.
“White Americans Diner” will premiere on March 21 at 10 p.m. on ABC News and ABC World News Tonight.
It will also air on ABC’s Nightline, ABC’s World News, ABC News Radio, ABCNews.com, and ABCNewsgo.
The White America Dining podcast will also be available on SoundCloud.
You can subscribe to the podcast on iTunes, Stitcher, TuneIn, and Google Play Music.
For more information on the White Americas Dining, visit the WhiteAmericansDining.com and visit ABC News’ White America website.
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