WHERE TO WATCH
How Will Social Media Impact 2020 Election?
December 9, 2019
Hari Sreenivasan, anchor fpr PBS NewsHour Weekend and a regular contributor to Amanpour and Company, discusses the role social media could play in the 2020 election, and how it's impacted politics.
Sotheby's Holds Record Breaking Virtual Auction Amid Coronavirus Pandemic
Jun 25, 2020
Joe Biden Surging In New Polls
New polling from The New York Times and Siena College shows former Vice President Joe Biden leading President Trump nationally and in key swing states. TJ Ducklo, national press secretary for the Biden campaign, joins Cheddar Politics to discuss.
Jun 24, 2020
President Trump Addresses Young Voters in Arizona
President Trump held a rally in Arizona on Tuesday, where he addressed young voters focusing on hot topics such as border security and the recent toppling of Confederate statues across the country. The event came as Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden held a virtual campaign fundraiser with President Barack Obama, in which they raised more than $11 million. Laura Figueroa Hernandez, White House Correspondent at Newsday, joined Wake Up With Cheddar to talk about how this all plays into the presidential race.
Jun 19, 2020
Facebook Removes President Trump's Re-election Ad, What it Means for Social Media
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg wrote in an op-ed for USA Today that the site will let users opt out of political ads. Now, Facebook has even removed ads run by President Trump's reelection campaign for going against its policies on hate. John Link, Vice President of Sales and Marketing at Advertising Analytics, explains why Facebook took action and what we could see from social media platforms going forward when it comes to political advertising.