We decided we needed to establish ourselves as a serious and reputable source.Four weeks after the election, tensions between top operatives at the Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton campaigns erupted during a Harvard Kennedy School Institute of Politics discussion that was intended to record history by drawing out the internal deliberations of both campaigns.As a high school reporter, I did not have press credentials for inside the Wells Fargo Center.But that didn’t stop me and my friend Ricky from going to the site during the convention.I see now that Trump’s victory should have been clear in July.
I jumped out of a perfectly good helicopter in Vietnam like I was jumping out of bed. He called the police and there were four cop cars out here.” Reports of voter intimidation directed at Arab Americans have been made on social media and news sites.There were periods of calm, substantive discussion about data, metrics and target states, but many moments where tempers flared, with acrimony mirroring the 2016 race. Operatives snapped at one another for interrupting, as an air of mutual contempt settled within the room.Advisers on the opposing sides shouted over each other. Trump Campaign Manager Kellyanne Conway called members of Clinton's team "bitter."But the Clinton team did not back down.Because if you succeed, then the country succeeds.”Trump, too, had positive reviews of the meeting, noting at one point that he intends to continue seeking “counsel” from the president—despite, it should be noted, leveling years of criticism at and sowing conspiracy theories about Obama.“This was a meeting that was going to last for maybe 10 or 15 minutes and we were just going to get to know each other—we had never met each other.I have great respect,” Trump said, presumably referring to his respect for Obama. And it could have, as far as I'm concerned, it could have gone on for a lot longer.My high school, Harriton High in Lower Merion Township, has a new television studio and a television club.