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America's Great Divide: From Obama to Trump - Part 2 

Part Two examines how Trump's campaign exploited the country's divisions, how his presidency has unleashed anger on both sides of the divide, and what America's polarization could mean for the country's future.

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Michael Kirk
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Ronald Brownstein ... Self - Author, The Second Civil War
David Axelrod ... Self - Fmr. Obama Chief Strategist
Roger Stone ... Self - Former Trump Political Adviser
Megyn Kelly ... Self - Fmr. Anchor, Fox News
Mark Leibovich ... Self - The New York Times Magazine
Steve Bannon ... Self - Fmr. Chairman, Breitbart
Steve Schmidt ... Self - Fmr. GOP Strategist
Robert Costa ... Self - Moderator, Washington Week
Sam Nunberg ... Self - Fmr. Trump Campaign Adviser
Anthony Scaramucci ... Self - Fmr. Trump Campaign Adviser
Matt Bai ... Self - Author, The Argument
Wesley Lowery ... Self - The Washington Post
Judy Woodruff ... Self - Anchor, PBS NewsHour
Marc Fisher ... Self - Co-Author, Trump Revealed
Jim Poniewozik ... Self - TV Critic, The New York Times (as James Poniewozik)
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Part Two examines how Trump's campaign exploited the country's divisions, how his presidency has unleashed anger on both sides of the divide, and what America's polarization could mean for the country's future.

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Bias
20 January 2020 | by golddemon-67713See all my reviews

I was hoping that it would present both sides since there were interviews with conservatives as well. Unfortunately, interviews and information were cherry picked to present a bias view instead of presenting both sides fairly and letting the viewer decide. It's sad that public money was used on this film. It's essentially a propaganda piece.


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