USC's Dan Schnur analyzes the First 100 Days of Obama's Second Term.
Gun control, domestic terrorism, immigration reform, budget agreement, job creation. These are some of the issues facing President Obama during the first 100 days of his second term. Join fellow USC alumni, parents and friends for a discussion analyzing the Obama administration. Led by Dan Schnur, one of California’s leading political and media strategists, this event will be an interactive experience about issues faced by the President.
Schnur is the director of USC Dornsife's Jesse M. Unruh Institute of Politics, where he works to motivate students to become active in the world of politics. He has worked on four presidential and three gubernatorial campaigns, including serving as the national communications director for the 2000 presidential campaign of U.S. Senator John McCain and five years as chief media spokesman for California governor Pete Wilson.
The 7:15 PM discussion will take place in the White House East Room of the Nixon Library. This room is the only replica of the White House East Room in the nation featuring three magnificent chandeliers, golden Italian silk draperies, imported marble fireplaces, and wooden terrazzo floors.
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