8: The Votes Are In (Part 2)
Continuing the discussion with lobbyists Seaver Sowers and Allison Shuster from Government Relations at Pacific Life. Their thoughts on what to expect from a Biden administration, the post-Trump GOP, and the fate of political centrists vs. the right and left wing.
Posted November 18, 2020
- How will President Biden govern? (2:01)
- Will Biden be able work with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell? (3:58)
- Who will be a bigger obstacle for Biden: Republican lawmakers or the left wing of the Democratic party? (6:04)
- What role will Vice President Kamala Harris have in the administration? (10:03)
- Biden’s approach to the global pandemic (12:07)
- Will Biden raise taxes? (14:10)
- Will Biden continue a trade war with China? (16:35 )
- What will international relations look like under Biden? (18:12)
- Big Tech’s future (21:05)
- The chances for an infrastructure package (24:21 )
- What’s in store for financial services? (26:57)
- Climate legislation (29:27)
- The future of the Democratic and Republican parties (31:20)
- How will we cast votes in the future? (34:37)
- What do the GOP and Democratic party look like post-Trump? (38:10)
- Did Trump change how presidents communicate with the public? (41:26)
- The lightning round (45:22)
- Will Trump concede the election?
- How many Senate seats will the GOP gain in the January runoff in Georgia?
- Will the number of Supreme Court justices increase in the next four years?
- Has social media had a net positive or negative effect on our democracy?
- What’s the future of the Electoral College?
- Is the GOP headed more right or centrist? Is the Democratic party headed more left or centrist?
- Which generation will be most important in the next presidential election?
- Who will be the most influential GOP and Democratic leaders over the next four years?
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"Getting Credit" Host:
Dominic Nolan, CFA
Senior Managing Director
Pacific Asset Management