U.S. Presidential candidate Cory Booker joins Christiane Amanpour in New York to talk climate, his childhood and the 2020 presidential race. Former Conservative Party MP Alistair Burt discusses the recent Brexit developments and Yascha Mounk, Associate Professor at Johns Hopkins University, reflects on their wider implications for British democracy. Our Walter Isaacson is joined by Linda Villarosa, Contributing Writer at the New York Times Magazine, to talk about the Times' 1619 Project. via Knit
In this hour, host Stephen Henderson speaks with New Jersey Senator Cory Booker ahead of his debate in Detroit. Plus, a conversation with Virg Bernero, who got all of the lead service lines in Lansing replaced while he was serving as that city's mayor.
He’s running for President, he’s a superstar Senator, he was a superstar Mayor—Cory Booker can do anything. What’s his superpower? How have his parents shaped his life? Why is he out here shoveling driveways and rescuing people from fires? And what does he think when people say he seems white? We cover everything in this no holds barred interview. Let me know what you think! Instagram @toureshow. Twitter: @toureToure Show Episode 82Host & Writer: ToureSenior Producer: Jackie GarofanoAssistant Producer: Brandon TagoePhotographers: Chuck Marcus and Shanta CovingtonThe House: DCP Entertainment For information regarding your data privacy, visit acast.com/privacy