Why the bargain the GOP and President Trump may be unraveling and more questions about Trump family business entanglements here and abroad
Before she died last year at age 84, legendary Washington Post publisher Katharine Graham saw her hometown evolve from a provincial southern city to the capital of the world. Her excitement and fascination with Washington are reflected in a collection of over one hundred writings about her beloved city. Diane talks with her editor, Bob Gottlieb, and her colleagues, Ben Bradlee and Sally Quinn, about the just-published Katharine Graham’s Washington.
- Robert Gottlieb Former Editor-in-Chief of Knopf Publishers and The New Yorker
- Ben Bradlee Vice-President-at-Large and former Executive Editor of the Washington Post
- Sally Quinn Writer on leave from the Washington Post, and author of "The Party," "Regrets Only," and other books
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