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【JLG’S FIRST FIRESIDE CHAT FOR A NEW ERA】GLOBAL AND DOMESTIC PERSPECTIVES ON AMERICA’S 2020 ELECTION
President Franklin D. Roosevelt’s fireside chats helped a generation of Americans overcome fear and isolation through reason and radio. At a moment when we are again beset with uncertainty and division - attempting to rebuild a less socially distant society, even as winter’s chill portends yet more social distancing – JLG welcomes you to an updated version of FDR’s tradition: a virtual conversation about 2020’s historic election with five thought leaders from the worlds of politics, business, and international affairs. President Roosevelt observed that the “free interchange of ideas forms the very bloodstream of our nation. It keeps the mind and body of our democracy eternally vital, eternally young.” We agree and hope you’ll join us for an educational and entertaining evening – wherever your fireside may be.
DATE AND TIME：Thursday, December 17, at 6:30 PM EST
Partner, Jia Law Group, P.C.
Co-Founder of President Obama's 2004 Senate Campaign and
Senior Obama Political Advisor
Campaign Manager for Gov. L. Douglas Wilder (D-VA)
National Democratic Party Insider
Executive Managing Director at
Cushman & Wakefield (global commercial real estate)
Founder/Editor-in-Chief of "SpyTalk"
Award-winning Author and National Security Journalist
Founder/Owner of David Turch & Associates
Government Relations and Legislative Advocacy Specialist
Decades of Bipartisan Capital Hill and PR Experience
What can businesses, politicians, and media do to heal our national political divisions?
In today's unique environment, what can business leaders do to shore up our foundations at home and build new bridges across the oceans?
In addition to domestic turmoil and change, the United States still faces a host of external threats and opportunities. Of these, which must be prioritized and why?
Using US-China relations as an example, what can President-Elect Biden do to balance America's interests and values with lingering international mistrust and unavoidable economic entanglement?