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All about Trump
Republican phenomenon dominates journalists' discussion at GSU forum
Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist Eugene Robinson of The Washington Post, left, and Mara Liasson, political correspondent for National Public Radio and contributor to Fox News, center, help keep the beat as iconic ABC news anchor and journalist Ted Koppel sings a little song for election season to kick off Wednesday's "2016 Elections: Voting as an Informed Citizen" panel discussion at Hanner Fieldhouse. Georgia Southern University hosted the three award-winning journalists, who offered observations and answered questions about election issues and their experiences as journalists.
As with most political discussions lately, the main topic during a presentation Wednesday at Georgia Southern University was Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. The event was part of Georgia Southern's Leadership Lecture Series, developed to offer students insights from world-class leaders. The forum kicked off with award-winning journalist Ted Koppel singing a catchy ditty about the drama surrounding the Republican Party this election year.
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