Keeping up with the Commander-in-Tweet
In the past week President-elect Donald Trump has tweeted about Cuba, and the recount funded by the Green Party. He tweeted eleven times about Hillary Clinton and voter fraud, including a controversial tweet in which he claimed that "millions of people voted illegally." Trump re-tweeted a 16-year-old who criticized coverage of CNN, and said people who burn the American flag should face consequences - "perhaps loss of citizenship or a year in jail!"
This hour, we'll talk about Trump's latest tweets, his new cabinet picks, and what immigration changes might mean for Connecticut. We'll also check in on the state budget.
- Colin McEnroe - Host of WNPR's Colin McEnroe Show
- Khalilah Brown-Dean - Associate Professor of Political Science at Quinnipiac University
- Dan Haar - Covers commerce, economics, wealth and poverty for the Hartford Courant