- April 03, 2020
- February 04, 2023
The American economy is in an induced coma, unemployment figures are rising to dizzying heights, and the estimates for the COVID-19 death toll in the United States are alarming. The President is currently commenting on the corona virus situation daily in his press briefings. In this podcast episode, Tyson Barker, Deputy Director and Fellow at the Aspen Institute Germany, and David Deißner, Executive Director at Atlantik-Brücke, are joined by Cathryn Clüver, Executive Director of the Future of Diplomacy Project and the Project on Europe and the Transatlantic Relationship at the Harvard Kennedy School, and Peter Rough, Senior Fellow at the Hudson Institute, to discuss Donald Trump’s crisis management, the role of the states in coping with the pandemic, and whether there could still be a surprise candidate in the field of potential Democratic presidential nominees.