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SOLD OUT - Russia and the 2016 Election: What Lines Were Crossed?

Tuesday, February 13, 2018 at 7:00 pm

John L. Tishman Auditorium, University Center 63 Fifth Avenue, Room U100, New York, NY 10003

This event is now sold out. A livestream of the discussion is available here

Hear from the New York Times reporters who have spent the past year exploring the controversy clouding the 2016 presidential election and Trump presidency. Was there collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin, and what role did social media play? Did President Trump try to obstruct the F.B.I.’s continuing investigation? What criminal exposure does the president have for his conduct in office, if any? Where is the investigation by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III headed?

Times reporters Michael Schmidt, Scott Shane and Mark Mazzetti will explore this with New School International Affairs Professor Nina Khrushcheva

Presented by the New York Times in collaboration with The New School.

The limited number of complimentary tickets are no longer available to The New School community using your university email address to register and you are then required to show your New School ID card at the door as proof.  Only New School university email addresses were accepted via this Eventbrite registration system. You must be a current student, faculty, staff or alumni of The New School to qualify for a complimentary seat. No exceptions.  


Image: Courtesy of Abraham Nowitz for The New York Times

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Writing and Literature, Politics, Policy and Government


Schools of Public Engagement, University


International Affairs and Development , Politics, Publishing and Journalism


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