From his anti-immigration campaign in 2016 through the Democratic wave of 2018 and impeachment, Donald Trump has been the most polarizing president in modern history. New York Times National Correspondent Kate Zernike leads a discussion about the 2020 presidential election and beyond. Will President Trump's base remain loyal enough to win him re-election, or will the "resistance" his election stirred up result in a landslide for Democrats? What will be his legacy in the Republican Party, and how is the new generation elected in 2018 changing the Democratic Party?
Panellists: Time correspondent Charlotte Alter, author of The Ones We’ve Been Waiting For: How a New Generation of Leaders Will Transform America, Julie Hirschfeld Davis, New York Times Washington editor and co-author of Border Wars: Inside Trump’s Assault on Immigration, and political historian and commentator David Rothkopf, author of the new book Traitor: A History of American Betrayal from Benedict Arnold to Donald Trump.