Today you'll hear —
- USA TODAY’s Washington bureau chief Susan Page, does a play by play of Trump's first address to Congress.
- WBUR business and tech reporter and former NPR politics reporter, Asma Khalid, discusses her experience reporting on the 2016 presidential election. Plus, she’ll talk about how H-1B visas may be affected by the Trump administration’s policies.
- Harold Holzer, Jonathan F. Fanton Director of Hunter College's Roosevelt House Public Policy Institute, Abraham Lincoln scholar, and author of Lincoln and the Power of the Press: The War for Public Opinion (Simon and Schuster, 2014), contextualizes Trump's relationship with the press through the historical lens of Lincoln's relationship with the media.
- Peter DeMenocal, dean of Science, Faculty of Arts and Sciences at Columbia University, discusses the fundamental principles that are used to study the climate.
- John Chaneski, the "puzzle guru" for Ask Me Another and a content manager and host for TriviaNYC , stumps listeners (and Brian) with his mind-bending puzzles.