It’s been 14 months since Donald Trump was sworn in as president.
That's 14 months that voters have had time to think it over. Did they do the right thing by voting for him? Did they do the wrong thing by voting against him, or for Hillary Clinton?
It's been 14 months to consider what kind of impact the president will have on Nevada, from Yucca Mountain to college education to K-12 education to your 401K to the stock market to the Strip.
After 14 months, how do Nevadans who supported Trump feel? Happy as clams or buyer's remorse?
And for those who didn't vote for him, what would they like to see done differently to perhaps change their mind? Or has their vote been solidified by the actions of President Trump?
In Thursday's discussion, our panelists talked about several topics, including:
Heidi Harris, podcaster; Hugh Jackson, political columnist; Michael Schaus, communications director, Nevada Policy Research Institute; Kenneth Fernandez, professor of social sciences, College of Southern Nevada
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