Nicolle Wallace & Donna Brazile

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 Nicolle Wallace & Donna Brazile

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Nicolle Wallace is a best-selling author, a co-host on ABC’s The View, a top strategist for the GOP, and the former special assistant to the president and director of media affairs at the White House under President George W. Bush. Her White House colleague, presidential political advisor Mark McKinnon, called her a “rare talent in politics.” Funny and charming, she shares stories from her time in the White House, on the campaign trail with Sarah Palin, and from the studios at MSNBC. Wallace is a master storyteller as she offers audiences the rundown they need to stay in the know.

Political strategist Donna Brazile is the vice chair of the Democratic National Committee, an adjunct professor, best-selling author, syndicated columnist, and television commentator. She was also the first African-American woman to manage a presidential campaign. Her southern charm, big personality, and hilarious anecdotes make her an instant audience favorite. Oprah’s O magazine chose her as one of its “20 remarkable visionaries” and Washingtonian named her one of its “100 most powerful women.” Brazile is known for her ability to analyze the political climate and attract supporters, and she addresses this and the political mood of the country.

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Nicolle Wallace and Donna Brazile are two of the top women in politics. They both “tell it like it is” and have worked for some of the biggest personalities in politics (including Nicolle with Sarah Palin and Donna with Al Gore). From gut-busting to downright unbelievable, their insider stories inform their analysis on the latest in politics and create an entertaining take on the issues, headlines, and voter trends that will make or break the next elections and beyond.

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