Former President Barack Obama was the Baker Institute’s guest of honour in Houston, Texas.
The presidential historian took part in a conversation with former Secretary of State James A. Baker, III, who the institute was named after. The conversation was moderated by presidential historian Jon Meacham.
They covered topics such as the current state of the media and discussion of political life in the US, the issue of gerrymandering and the role of the United States in the contemporary world
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