What happens to Trumpism after Trump, whenever that moment comes? Although the GOP establishment remains firmly in President Trump’s thrall, many traditional Republican constituencies are fleeing the party. The conventional coalitions that once came together to power both the Republican and Democratic national parties are splitting apart as the president casts aside political principles, defies political orthodoxy and sells his personality. That’s turned political angst into the national malaise and left many at both ends of the political spectrum feeling disenfranchised, in effect, politically homeless.
“Conversations On the Green” will explore the post Trump prospects of the GOP and the two-party system with three celebrated members of what once was the Republican intelligentsia:
Republican strategist and MSNBC commentator Susan Del Percio
Former Republican Congressman David Jolly
Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist for The New York Times Bret Stephens
Produced by Paul Healy and Moderated by Jane Whitney
All proceeds benefit: Greenwoods Counseling Referrals, Inc. – Helping members of the Litchfield County Community and beyond find access to compassionate and high-quality mental health and related care.
New Milford Hospital – helping to secure the latest technology, attract the best medical staff and provide the compassionate, patient-centered care for which they are nationally recognized.
Susan B. Anthony Project – promoting safety, healing, and growth for all survivors of domestic and sexual abuse and advocates for the autonomy of women and the end of interpersonal violence.
Sunday, June 16, 3 – 4 pm
Tickets are available at two levels:
$45 – Individual tickets and
$250 per person – “Angels on the Green” tickets, include preferred seating and a chance to meet the speakers at a cocktail reception following the conversation at The Mayflower Inn & Spa.
Seating is limited so register today.
Washington Montessori School
240 Litchfield Turnpike