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The Countdown To 45: A Preview Of Inauguration Day 2017

The inauguration of Republican President-elect Donald Trump -- many will attend; some will boycott; will you be watching?

This hour, we preview the day's events with a team of reporters and political experts, and we want to hear from you. 

What's on your mind this Inauguration Day? Are you looking forward to a Trump presidency? If not, what’s your plan of action for these next four years?

GUESTS:

  • Renny Fulco - Associate Professor and Director of the Public Policy and Law Program at Trinity College
  • Chris Murphy - U.S. Senator for Connecticut
  • J.R. Romano - Chairman of the Connecticut Republican Party
  • Lucy Gellman - Reporter for the New Haven Independent and host at WNHH
  • Kyle Constable - Reporter at CTMirror.org
  • Ashley Makar - Outreach coordinator for Integrated Refugee and Immigrant Services (IRIS) in Connecticut
  • Jill Maller-Kesselman - North Haven resident attending the Women’s March on Washington 
  • Po Murray - Chair of the Newtown Action Alliance; one of 25 organizers for the Connecticut Chapter of the Women’s March on Washington

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Chion Wolf contributed to this show. 

Lucy leads Connecticut Public's strategies to deeply connect and build collaborations with community-focused organizations across the state.

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