24 April 2017
After covering the American presidential election last year, Jeremy Paxman returns to the US to examine the significance of the first 100 days of President Trump.
On November 8th 2016, the unexpected happened when Donald J. Trump swept to victory in the US presidential election. Jeremy Paxman was there to examine the fiercely contested race and now, at the milestone of Trump’s first 100 days in office, he returns with a wry and searching examination of what this presidency might mean for America – and the world.
Speaking with Trump’s critics and cheerleaders, from the grassroots to the Capitol, he offers analysis on Trump the statesman and Trump the man. What will America – and the world – look like after four years of Trump? And might America’s unlikely president even have his sights set on four more?