The Heat: Trump’s first month

The Heat

US President Donald Trump's first month in office

Before he even took office, many predicted that the outspoken and controversial leader would be a very different type of U.S. president.

And Trump has lived up to the promise.

On issues ranging from China to Russia, Mexico and the Middle East, he has made international news headlines on an almost daily basis.

Tonight’s panel takes a look at what has happened to the Trump administration in its first month:

  • Lara Brown, associate professor & interim director, The Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM)at ‎George Washington University
  • Alberto Avendano, Washington Bureau Chief/White House correspondent at National Association of Hispanic Publications
  • Anton Fedyashin, director of the Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History, American University
  • Megan Barth, political commentator and founder of ReganBaby.com 

The Heat: Trump’s first month Pt 1

Before he even took office, many predicted that the outspoken and controversial leader would be a very different type of U.S. president. And Trump has lived up to the promise. Tonight's panel takes a look at what has happened to the Trump administration in its first month with Lara Brown, associate professor & interim director, The Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM)at ‎George Washington University, Alberto Avendano, Washington Bureau Chief/White House correspondent at National Association of Hispanic Publications, Anton Fedyashin, director of the Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History, American University and Megan Barth, political commentator and founder of ReganBaby.com.

The Heat: Trump’s first month Pt 2

Tonight's panel takes a look at what has happened to the Trump administration in its first month with Lara Brown, associate professor & interim director, The Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM)at ‎George Washington University, Alberto Avendano, Washington Bureau Chief/White House correspondent at National Association of Hispanic Publications, Anton Fedyashin, director of the Carmel Institute of Russian Culture and History, American University and Megan Barth, political commentator and founder of ReganBaby.com.