The new US Administration has elements that are perhaps unique in American history, and Republicans are in the rare position of controlling both the executive and legislative branches of the federal government. The Democrats have much to consider as they re-group both inside the Beltway and around the nation. Former Members of the US House of Representatives from both the Republican and Democratic Parties discussed their thoughts on the altered political landscape of the US and its implications abroad.
Alexandra Cirone, LSE Government
Nick Kitchen, LSE US Centre
This event was held on 6 March 2017. Congress to Campus UK is supported by the British Library's Eccles Centre for American Studies, the US Embassy, and the British Association for American Studies.