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Assessing 2016: The Presidential Election and Prospects for U.S. National Security New York Discussion Series

On Wednesday, September 16th, Paul Gigot,20150916Gigot.JPG the renowned editorial page editor for the Wall Street Journal, a noted political analyst known, in part, for his hosting of Fox News’ Journal Editorial Report, joined Hudson Senior Vice President Lewis Libby for a conversation on the presidential election and the prospects for U.S. national security in a post-Obama era. An opinion leader with a keen eye on the political scene, Gigot offered his unvarnished analysis of the presidential election and candidates and examined the prospects for our nation’s security, economy, and political culture for the remainder of President Obama’s term.

This luncheon marked the inaugural event in Hudson’s 2015-16 New York Discussion Series.

Paul Gigot Speaker

Editorial Page Editor, The Wall Street Journal

Lewis Libby Moderator

Senior Vice President, Hudson Institute

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