Q&A: the Trump presidency with Cameron Stewart and Paul Kelly

Join us at a member-only event as The Australian’s Washington Correspondent Cameron Stewart discusses Donald Trump’s administration and rise to power with Editor-at-Large Paul Kelly.

Cameron covered the 2016 presidential campaign at length and has been on the ground to observe the most unique presidency we’ve ever seen. He will take you behind the scenes at the White House, examine the dramas and infighting plaguing the administration, and explore the diplomatic tensions with Russia and North Korea.

Paul Kelly has covered every Australian government from Whitlam to Turnbull and will provide his perspective on the Trump era, his flight to protectionism and his recent trade strategy – one that Paul has labelled “a horror movie in action".

The pair will also delve into the implications of Trump’s presidency for Australia and the close relationship between our two nations.

Paul and Cameron will take your questions following the discussion. Seats are limited so book yours now.

The panel

Cameron Stewart
Washington Correspondent

Cameron Stewart joined The Australian in 1987 after several years working with the intelligence agency, the Defence Signals Directorate. In his 30 year career with the paper, he has covered major stories on the ground from around the world. He was the New York correspondent in the 1990s, covering Bill Clinton's 1996 election win and traveling widely across the US. He has also worked in the Canberra press gallery and as Victorian editor. He specializes in investigative reports on national security issues and international affairs. Cameron has won numerous journalism awards including the Graham Perkin Award for Australian Journalist of the Year.

Paul Kelly
Editor-at-Large

Paul joined The Australian in 1974 and is the paper’s former Editor-in-Chief. A double Walkley Award winner, Graham Perkin Journalist of the Year and the most connected and political commentator in the country, he has been in the press gallery to cover governments from Whitlam to Turnbull and authored eight books – including six on Australian politics.

Event details
Sydney CBD

Tuesday 19 June, 6pm
$25pp, includes drinks and canapés

Melbourne CBD
Wednesday 20 June, 6pm
$25pp, includes drinks and canapés

Book now

Non-refundable

$25


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