Daily VideoSeptember 18, 2017
Hillary Clinton on sexism, racism and Trump’s foreign policy deficits
Watch these three short videos of PBS NewsHour’s interview with Hillary Clinton.
- Hillary Clinton, the former senator, secretary of state, first lady and presidential candidate published her memoir, “What Happened,” about the 2016 presidential election in which she lost to Donald Trump.
- Clinton called the Trump presidency “a clear and present danger to our country and to the world.”
- Clinton said that President Trump has given “a lot of encouragement” to white supremacy groups and that he should have reacted differently to the actions of neo-Nazi and the Ku Klux Klan in Charlottesville.
- On the matter of foreign policy, Clinton says Trump “gives aid and comfort to people like Kim Jong Un and Vladimir Putin,” and that currently the U.S. does not have a real foreign policy team.
- Essential question: What do you think was the main purpose of Hillary Clinton’s decision to publish her latest memoir, ‘What Happened’?
- What did you learn about Clinton that you did not know before watching these three video clips?
- Do you think Clinton’s critiques of the current administration are justified? Why or why not?
- Why do you think candidate image plays such an important role in elections? Do you think it plays too much of a role? Explain your answer.
- Media literacy question: Do you think the media covered Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton in the same way? Do you think both candidates were treated fairly by the media? Explain your answer.
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