Podcast | 2020 visions: Presidential election predictions and projections

Will Donald Trump win re-election? If not, who will stop him, and how?

The panel at Fremont Abbey

Sharon Mast, Michael Medved, Chris Vance and Christopher Parker talk Trump and 2020 with Crosscut staff columnist Knute Berger. (Photos by Victoria Holt for Crosscut)

The 2020 election is almost a year and a half away, but the race is already on. There are two dozen Democrats, and one Republican, lining up to challenge President Donald Trump. And the news cycle is dominated by big questions about who can win, and how. So Crosscut gathered a panel of pundits from the Seattle area to weigh in on the big issues, assess the candidates and speculate on Trump’s chances for a second term. Featuring conservative talk radio host Michael Medved, former chair of the Washington State Republican Party Chris Vance, political scientist Christopher Parker and Sharon Mast, who serves as the secretary of the Western States Caucus of the Democratic National Committee. Note: This episode contains adult language. A bleeped version is available below.

This conversation was recorded on June 13, 2019 at Fremont Abbey as part of Crosscut's News & Brews series.

Michael Medved

Christopher Parker

Chris Vance

Sharon Mast

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