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On Fareed Zakaria GPS Today

Insights, analysis and must reads from CNN’s Fareed Zakaria and the Global Public Square team, compiled by Global Briefing editor Jason Miks.

April 30, 2017

On Today’s Show

On GPS at 10 a.m. and 1 p.m. ET on CNN: First, Fareed speaks with former National Security Adviser Susan Rice about North Korea, the Trump team’s criticism of the Obama administration’s vetting of Michael Flynn, and U.S. foreign policy under President Trump. Next, Fareed speaks with Canadian Foreign Minister Chrystia Freeland about U.S. trade relations with Canada and the Trump administration’s decision this week to impose tariffs on Canadian lumber. “Now on this particular issue, I have to respectfully say, we think the administration is completely wrong. We think those duties are punitive and unfair,” Freeland says. Freeland on relationship between Trump and Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau Plus: What should we make of President Trump’s first 100 days in office? And is he turning into a traditional Republican president on foreign policy?

Joining Fareed to discuss the issues are Tim Naftali, a CNN presidential historian and former director of the Richard Nixon Presidential Library, Shirley Anne Warshaw, professor of political science at Gettysburg College, Timothy Snyder, professor of history at Yale and the author of “On Tyranny“, and Matthew Kroenig, an associate professor of government at Georgetown. Historian Tim Naftali on whether the first 100 days really matters
 

 

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