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Q&A: Direct from the US

A pulse check on the Trump administration


The countdown to the 2020 US presidential election is on in earnest, as Donald Trump continues to polarise the world with his provocative approach.


At this subscriber-only event, you’ll get the inside word on Trump’s impact in his first term, his prospects for a second, and what it all means for Australia.


Don’t miss the chance to meet Cameron Stewart, The Australian's Washington Correspondent who’s been on the ground following Trump’s astonishing rise since he first announced he was running for president. He’ll be joined by our award-winning Economics Editor Adam Creighton in a lively panel discussion moderated by The Australian’s Associate Editor Caroline Overington. 


Seats are limited so book yours now.


The panel


Adam Creighton


Economics Editor 


An award-winning economics journalist with a special interest in tax and financial policy. Adam reports extensively on domestic and international economic developments and has written for The Wall Street Journal and The Economist. He has just returned from Chicago where he was 1 of 8 world-class journalists selected for a prestigious residency at the University of Chicago Booth School of Business. 


Cameron Stewart


Washington Correspondent 


Cameron joined The Australian in 1987 after several years working with the intelligence agency, the Defence Signals Directorate. In his 30 year career with our paper, he has covered major stories on the ground from around the world and received the Graham Perkin Award for Australian Journalist of the year in 2008. He was New York correspondent in the 1990s, covering Bill Clinton’s 1996 election win and travelling widely across the US.


Caroline Overington


Associate Editor


A double Walkley award-winner and bestselling author, Caroline is revered for her pieces on crime, politics and social affairs. During her career Caroline has lived in the US for a number of years, working as a US correspondent and interviewing some of the world’s most powerful people, including Hillary Clinton and Oprah Winfrey. 


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