Tonight on the program, David Remnick, editor of The New Yorker, discusses his conversation with President Obama after the election.
We continue with Michele Flournoy, former under-secretary of defense for policy under President Obama from 2009 to 2012.
We conclude with a look into President-elect Donald Trump’s recent cabinet appointments. Charlie is joined by David Sanger of the New York Times and Karen De Young of the Washington Post.
RITA Award winner Karen Young has become an internationally best-selling author thanks to her inspiring works. With Lie for Me, Young spins a tale of deceit and danger.
Lauren Holloway’s ex-fiancé, Tucker, is in serious trouble: his ex-wife has been murdered and he’s in desperate need of an alibi. But when Lauren refuses to lie for him, Tucker is forced into hiding. Years later, Lauren finally decides to help prove Tucker’s innocence - a decision that puts her life in mortal danger.
A recipient of the RITA from the Romance Writers of America and a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times, Karen Young has penned over 30 novels and boasts more than 10 million copies in print. Lawyer Camille St. James helps free an inmate she believes was wrongly imprisoned - only to have him turn up days later as the suspect in a new murder.
When baby Max is kidnapped during Mardi Gras, Jane and Kyle Madison’s life falls apart. What their daughter, Melanie, does next is unthinkable. Max vanished into thin air while in the care of his teenage sister, Melanie.