Christiane speaks with former U.S. Deputy Assistant Secretary of Defense John Kirby and former Commander of U.S. Forces in Afghanistan John Allen about President Trump's militaristic actions. She also speaks with Paul van Zul and Vincent Warren about what the U.S can learn from South Africa's transition out of apartheid. Michel Martin speaks with Mark Bray about the president's remarks on Antifa.
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Christiane speaks with House Majority Whip Jim Clyburn about current events and with Trump 2020 Director of Strategic Communications Marc Lotter about the president's strategy moving forward. She also speaks with former President of the National Organization of Black Law Enforcement Executives Cedric L. Alexander about police reform. Michel Martin speaks with radio host Charlamagne tha God.
Symone Sanders joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss Vice President Joe Biden's speech in Philadelphia today. Scott Jennings examines President Trump's response to protests across the U.S. Rep. Karen Bass (D-CA) explains how she is coordinating the formulation of new policing legislation. The Equal Justice Initiative's Bryan Stevenson explains the need to change the culture of policing.
Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton reflects on protests across the U.S. sparked by the death of George Floyd. Martin Luther King III and Black Lives Matter campaigner DeRay Mckesson discuss how this unrest can lead to systemic change. Houston Police Chief Art Acevedo explains why he's speaking up for people of color. Nikole Hannah-Jones reflects on the history of racism in the U.S.
In the wake of George Floyd's death, Rev. Jesse Jackson joins Christiane Amanpour tonight to discuss institutional racism, policing and inequality in the U.S. Melvin Carter, the mayor of St. Paul, Minnesota, discusses the protests in his community. Artist Eric Fischl explains art's place in tragedy and trauma. Oskar Eustis discusses theater's role in democracy and the national grieving process.
Christiane speaks with U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer to discuss current events. She also speaks with author David Brooks about finding purpose. Michel Martin speaks with Dr. Cara Natterson about how the pandemic is affecting teenagers.
Arizona Senator Martha McSally discusses the tough reelection battle she faces in November. Michael Bloomberg's former presidential campaign manager Kevin Sheekey discusses the fight against the pandemic. Writer Matt Ridley tells Walter Isaacson about the fascinating history of innovation, from post-it notes to vaccines.
Christiane speaks with Mark Landler and Anna Soubry about the UK government's missteps in handling COVID-19. She also speaks with Drew Dixon and Joan Morgan about "On the Record," a new documentary that chronicles allegations of sexual assault against hip hop mogul Russell Simmons. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with the street artist JR about why this pandemic is inspiring him even more.
David Urban and Michael D'Antonio join Christiane Amanpour to dissect President Trump's thinking as the number of coronavirus deaths in the U.S. nears 100,000. Curtis Sittenfeld discusses her new novel, which envisions a counterfactual history where Hillary Rodham never married Bill Clinton. Scott Galloway joins Hari Sreenivasan to explain how the pandemic will disrupt higher education in the U.S.
Christiane speaks with Amy Walter about the current state of the U.S. presidential race and Jack Saul about dealing with trauma on a massive scale. She also speaks with Angélique Kidjo about the passing of saxophone legend Manu Dibango. Michel Martin speaks with Dr. Helene Gayle about coronavirus mortality rates for black Americans.
Epidemiologist Peter Piot explains what he learned from his own battle with COVID-19. Dorothy Duffy, who lost her sister to COVID-19, reads the poem she wrote entitled "My Sister is Not a Statistic." Bestselling author Anand Giridharadas explains how the pandemic is exposing inequality in the U.S. Sue Stuart-Smith and Ron Finley discuss the therapeutic power of gardening in these uncertain times.
Christiane speaks with co-chair of the Facebook Oversight Board Helle Thorning-Schmidt about moderating the company's content. She also speaks with Nikole Hanna-Jones about her Pulitzer Prize-winning essay as part of the 1619 Project; and Anya Hindmarch about the handbags she is designing for frontline workers. Walter Isaacson speaks with Richard Haass about global cooperation.
Senator Bob Menendez reacts to the White House's firing of State Department Inspector General Steve Linick. Veteran journalists Susan Glasser and Ed Luce discuss the wider political fallout of Linick's dismissal. Navajo Nation president Jonathan Nez explains the toll of the COVID-19 pandemic on his community. Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella discusses how the pandemic is pushing tech innovation.
Christiane speaks with Dr. Atul Gawande about the current COVID-19 statistics and Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton about their new podcast for children. Hari Sreenivasan speaks with former Foreign Minister of Ecuador Guillaume Long about the severe challenges facing Latin America.
Ed Yong, staff writer for The Atlantic, joins Christiane Amanpour to explain how American exceptionalism could be exacerbating the COVID-19 crisis. Soccer legend Gary Lineker discusses how the pandemic is impacting his sport and the greater athletic community. Tom Nichols joins Hari Sreenivasan to discuss the death of expertise in American society.
Christiane speaks with former Liberian president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf about the importance of international unity in fighting a virus. She also speaks with European Commissioner for Economy Paolo Gentiloni about whether Europe should open for the summer and Dr. Boris Lushniak, former U.S. Acting Surgeon General. Walter Isaacson speaks with Sarah Lewis about the power of photography.
Brazil's former Health Minister assesses President Jair Bolsonaro's response to COVID-19. Economist Mariana Mazzucato discusses what global economies will look like after recovering from COVID-19. Mark Cuban discusses the NBA, reopening small businesses, and U.S. leadership. Syrian refugee Hassan Akkad explains why he is working as a cleaner in a London hospital ward to fight COVID-19.
Christiane Amanpour speaks with U.S. Rep. Donna Shalala about today's U.S. Senate hearing and science reporter Donald G. McNeil Jr. about the country's roadmap out of the pandemic. She also speaks with Icelandic Prime Minister Katrín Jakobsdóttir about keeping the country's tourism-based economy alive. Hari Sreenivasan talks to Dr. F. Perry Wilson about the tension between politics and medicine.
The UK's former chief scientific adviser Sir David King joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss whether or not it's time to ease the country's lockdown. "Dark Towers" author David Enrich discusses tomorrow's Supreme Court case regarding President Trump's personal financial practices. Journalist Amanda Little joins Hari Sreenivasan to explain how COVID-19 is impacting the United States' food supply.
Christiane Amanpour speaks with Doris Kearns Goodwin & Max Hastings about how modern presidents and prime ministers measuring up to history's wartime leaders. She also speaks with Jane Goodall about how environmental degradation can increase the likelihood of pandemics. Michel Martin speaks with former governor of Pennsylvania Tom Ridge about the need for self-sacrifice in a time of crisis.