As investigations, infighting, and controversy continue to plague the Trump administration, a Mike Pence presidency lurches into consideration. Political scientist Marjorie Hershey, publisher of Religion Dispatches and USC Annenberg Knight Chair in Media and Religion Diane Winston, and executive director of the Center for Media and Democracy Lisa Graves examine Pence’s policy history in Indiana, his views, and his relationship with powerful patrons like the Koch brothers. Moderated by Ian Masters.
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