Character Assassination in the 2020 Presidential Race: A New Low?

By Andrew Douglas

The race for the White House between President Donald Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden gets uglier by the day. Join the Washington Examiner and CARP Lab for the 3rd and final webinar on character assassination and the 2020 presidential race.

Hear from leading academics and journalists about how the topsy-turvy Trump-Biden race fares against the hardest-hitting campaigns in American history.

David Mark, Washington Examiner Senior Politics Editor and Author of Going Dirty : The Art of Negative Campaigning, will host one-on-one conversations with:

  • Emily Larsen, Washington Examiner Politics Reporter covering Campaign 2020
  • Eric Shiraev, political psychologist, and author at George Mason University, CARP co-founder
  • Dr. Lara Brown, Associate Professor & Director, The Graduate School of Political Management (GSPM), The George Washington University and Author of Amateur Hour: Presidential Character and the Question of Leadership

On Wednesday October 21, CARP Lab will team up with The Washington Examiner for our final webinar that will cover character assassination and the 2020 presidential race. Join us to hear conversations about the current state of the Trump-Biden race and how that compares to some of the most historical campaigns in American history. The webinar will begin at 2:00PM and end around 2:30PM. Remember to sign up here, and we hope to see you soon!

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