A History of U.S.-China Relations; Abraham Lincoln's Political Legacy; Mexico's Tourism Minister

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The USS Fort Worth patrols the South China Sea (July 7, 2015)

Coming up on today's show:

  • POLITICO's Ken Vogel joins to discuss the current turmoil in the Trump campaign and major fundraising gaps.
  • NJ Spotlight’s John Mooney discusses Governor Chris Christie's proposal to give each New Jersey school district the same amount of state aid.
  • America has long danced around its relationship with China as a powerful other force in the world. Orville Schell from the Asia Society discusses the complicated history of U.S.-China relations.
  • Abraham Lincoln was a master of politics. Journalist Sidney Blumenthal talks about the life and legacy of the sixteenth president.
  • Mexico's Minister of Tourism Enrique de la Madrid discusses the rhetoric used in the presidential campaign and how this politicized portrayal of Mexico differs from his perception.