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Mo Elleithee's Front Row Seat To History

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This week, Trey sits down with Executive Director of Georgetown University’s Institute of Politics and Public Service, Mo Elleithee as they share thoughts of contrast without conflict.

Mo argues that there’s an increase in ideological “filter bubbles,” that are influencing stronger socio-economic division. Plus, Trey and Mo share their tell-tale sign of guessing someone’s political party affiliation.

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