What’s Your Plan? Millennials Talk Politics In The Trump Era

millenial panel
Left to right: Nick Oviatt, DePaul College Republicans and Trump supporter; Lorena Mesa, software engineer, voted for Bernie in primaries and Clinton in general; and Matthew Foldi, president of the University of Chicago College Republicans, Marco Rubio supporter. Not pictured: Jessica Disu, writer poet and activist. Supported Bernie in primary and Hillary in general. Thalia Brionez/WBEZ
millenial panel
Left to right: Nick Oviatt, DePaul College Republicans and Trump supporter; Lorena Mesa, software engineer, voted for Bernie in primaries and Clinton in general; and Matthew Foldi, president of the University of Chicago College Republicans, Marco Rubio supporter. Not pictured: Jessica Disu, writer poet and activist. Supported Bernie in primary and Hillary in general. Thalia Brionez/WBEZ

What’s Your Plan? Millennials Talk Politics In The Trump Era

This week on the Morning Shift, we’re examining what’s next for various groups now that Donald Trump will be the 45th President of the United States. 

We speak to millennials of all political stripes about what a Trump presidency means to them and how it will affect how they engage politically. Mainstream Republican Matt Foldi, Trump supporter Nick Oviatt and Bernie-turned-Hillary backer Jessica Disu join our talk, and we also hear from listeners who supported third-party candidates as well as the Democratic and Republican nominees.