Harvard professor: Trump is not a dictator ... he only plays one on TV
Harvard professor Michael Sandel discusses his theory that credentialism is the last acceptable form of prejudice in today's society, and how that relates to President Trump's political rise.
With just three weeks until the presidential election, Joe Biden continues to hold the lead in many polls. Kyle Kondik, managing editor of Sabato's Crystal Ball from the University of Virginia's Center for Politics, joins CBSN to discuss their reporting showing President Trump is not making up ground. Sarah Longwell, founder of Republican Voters Against Trump, joins Ali Velshi to discuss why this is "not a moment for partisanship" and how Donald Trump's lies should unite republicans & conservatives in voting against him. Aired on 09/25/2020. Jason Johnson, Professor at Morgan State University, discusses the complicated history of Trumpism and reveals that even if Trump is removed from office, there is the potential another politician with similar policies and tactics could rise within the Republican party. Aired on 10/23/2020. NBC News' Mike Memoli reports on the Biden campaign's statement following Trump's refusal to participate in a virtual presidential debate on October 15. Aired on 10/08/2020.