The 2024 race is coming into focus this week after Republican entrance runner Donald Trump’s victory in New Hampshire introduced him one step nearer to the GOP’s presidential nomination. However his closing main opponent, former South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley, has rejected calls to drop out of the race and continued to marketing campaign in her residence state. President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris have additionally ramped up their marketing campaign, making reproductive rights a central theme of their reelection efforts.
In the meantime, the destiny of a bipartisan border-security deal, which Republican lawmakers had insisted upon earlier than contemplating further funding for Ukraine and Israel, has been difficult by Trump’s opposition to the deal.
Becoming a member of the editor in chief of The Atlantic and moderator, Jeffrey Goldberg, to debate this and extra are Laura Barrón-López, a White Home correspondent at PBS NewsHour; Tom Nichols, a workers author at The Atlantic; Ashley Parker, a senior nationwide political correspondent for The Washington Submit; and Chuck Todd, a chief political analyst at NBC Information.
Learn the complete transcript here, or watch the episode of Washington Week With The Atlantic, January 26, 2024: