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Just before the presidential elections, Laila Frank, Michiel Vos, Adriaan Andringa, Arend Jan Boekestijn, Jan Postma and Mathijs Bouman will tell you everything you need to know about this exciting battle.
You can follow this evening with catchy stories, beautiful images and sharp insights from the best connoisseurs at home via a livestream. Afterwards you will know exactly what to look out for on 3 November and what to expect after the results.
This lecture in pop venue Het Paard in The Hague can be followed on 26 October via a livestream at home on the couch or you can watch it afterwards. The costs for this are € 7.50 and you can sign up for the livestream via this link.
Journalist and campaign expert Laila Frank (BNN, De Groene Amsterdammer) has traveled across the US in recent years. What's going on among ordinary Americans? And how did they feel about Trump's presidency in their own lives? Laila takes you to the worlds of defining voter groups.
America connoisseur Adriaan Andringa goes deeply into the election battle. Which constituencies are crucial for the candidates? And how do they want to win it in times of corona? He also examines other elections that will determine the future of the country. Do Republicans hold a majority in the Senate? And what can Biden do as president?
For the latest news from the US, there is a link with America correspondent Jan Postma (Telegraaf, BNR Nieuwsradio) in Washington D.C. What is the atmosphere like in the political heart of the US?
The campaign is scrutinized with Michiel Vos (America correspondent). What does Biden actually want? Will Trump become even more extreme if he wins? And how should the land-divided land continue?
Arend Jan Boekestijn (historian) and economist Mathijs Bouman (macro economist and journalist) join us to take stock and look ahead. What did four years of America First mean for the world and the economy? And what can we expect after November 3?