INSKEEP: It’s interesting because it would be the interaction of delegates if it were a convention of the sort that happened generations ago but has not happened in many decades. You mentioned the anxiety about Donald Trump or the animus toward Donald Trump. What do you make of his continued support among so many voters, given the sheer volume of people who’ve spoken against him?.
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Education: Gerard Robinson is a resident fellow at the American Enterprise Institute. His expertise is in education policy studies. Transport and Infrastructure: Martin Whitmer is chairman of the lobbying firm Whitmer and Worrall. [slideshow: design week at the nightwood society,left,5ada733e9245030158d5cd95] Cultivating Creative Space at the Nightwood 1:55 Michelle Battista is the founder of the Nightwood Society, the collective of women creating a safe space for artists and designers to come together to learn and share their skills. Their unique event space, the Nightwood, is hosting parties of every kind and offering ways to widen your foodie skill set. Some of the events the Nightwood Society have put on include tastings for Oregon grown olive oil, top drawer chefs cooking to raise money for Puerto Rico, wine tastings that spill over into secret locations even classes on how to butcher a hog or chicken.
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