Trump foreign and economic policies explained by SCC faculty

A week before the United States elected Donald Trump as the 45th president, SCC faculty discussed his policies

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Trump foreign and economic policies explained by SCC faculty

From left to right: Dr. Nicholas Damask, Dr. Mark Klobas, Dr. Dilip Kumar and Dr. Michael Valle.

From left to right: Dr. Nicholas Damask, Dr. Mark Klobas, Dr. Dilip Kumar and Dr. Michael Valle.

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From left to right: Dr. Nicholas Damask, Dr. Mark Klobas, Dr. Dilip Kumar and Dr. Michael Valle.

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From left to right: Dr. Nicholas Damask, Dr. Mark Klobas, Dr. Dilip Kumar and Dr. Michael Valle.

Zach McCook, Reporter, Scottsdale Chronicle

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On Nov. 1, four SCC instructors – Dr. Nicholas Damask, Dr. Mark Klobas, Dr. Dilip Kumar and Dr. Michael Valle – hosted a panel to lecture on the impending presidential election. Reporter Zach McCook was on location at SCC’s Turquoise Room to hear what SCC’s faculty members had to say about Donald Trump and what some of his policies may entail.

Note: Dr. Michael Valle did not speak about foreign policy. Dr. Damask, rather, is the first panelist heard in this audio clip. We apologize for the error and any confusion.

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