*Please note: The morning session is no longer offered.*
We invite you to join us for the evening session. Click here to register.
Hosted in conjunction with The American Club
What’s next for President Trump? Join us for a discussion with Steven Okun on the latest political situation in Washington.
Highlights include an in-depth analysis on why the President’s relatively low ratings during the polls were not all they were made out to be, why the Republicans have not yet had major legislative victories despite controlling the Congress and White House, and an early prognosis for the 2018 mid-term elections.
Talk includes interactive discussion and Q&A segment. Light breakfast refreshments will be served at the morning session.*
AAS members ($15): Please register on the AAS website.
TAC members ($15): Please contact the TAC Events team at 6739-4387 / 394 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
*Evening session also offered. Click here for more information and to register.
About Steven Okun
The founder and CEO of APAC Advisors has served in the administration of President Bill Clinton from 1994-1999, and worked on numerous political campaigns. He regularly appears on CNBC and Channel NewsAsia to discuss US politics, and has served as Chairman of the American Chamber of Commerce in Singapore. He has been residing in since 2003.
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