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On BBC 5 Live Breakfast, London, Peter Mathews talks about Trump, May, and Alleged Russian Hacking {r201}

January 5, 2017 | London – (radio) BBC Radio- 5 Live Breakfast – Peter Mathews, Professor of Political Science and Sociology, analyzes the EU-Russia-US equation, the President-elect Trump-Prime Minister Theresa May relationship, and implications of alleged Russian hacking of the Democratic National Committee, and Clinton Campaign Chairman John Podesta. (5min.17sec)


Peter Mathews Analyzes President Barack Obama’s Farewell Address and Last Press Conference {132}

Peter Mathews, Professor of Political Science and Sociology, looks at the American tradition of the peaceful transfer of power from one President to another. He assesses the upcoming transition from President Obama to President-elect Trump, including the threatened partial Democratic Congressional boycott of the Presidential Inauguration. Mathews suggests following Senator Bernie Sanders’ advice to support Trump on progressive policies, such as his opposition to TPP and NAFTA, and to oppose Trump on regressive policies such as his support of tax cuts for the rich and environmental deregulation.


Peter Mathews Criticizes Senate Plan to Repeal Obamacare; Offers Single Payer Alternative {131}

January 6, 2017 | Sky News TV London – Peter Mathews, Professor of Political Science and Sociology, and author of DOLLAR DEMOCRACY: WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR SOME; HOW TO RECLAIM THE AMERICAN DREAM FOR ALL, explains how the Republican led U.S. Senate is attempting to dismantle Obamacare, without having a concrete plan to cover the 20 million Americans who would lose their health coverage. Professor Mathews offers the examples of Britain’s NHS and Canada’s Single-Payer Medicare For All systems as more comprehensive, humane, and efficient, producing better Health Outcomes such as lower Infant Mortality and higher Life Expectancy rates than the largely private Corporate dominated American Health Care System.


On TRT World TV, Peter Mathews Comments on President Obama’s Sanctions on Russia {130}

January 1, 2017 | TRT World Tv – Peter Mathews, Professor of Political Science and Sociology and author of DOLLAR DEMOCRACY: WITH LIBERTY AND JUSTICE FOR SOME; HOW TO RECLAIM THE AMERICAN DREAM FOR ALL, claims that sanctions imposed by President Obama on the head of Russia’s GRU Military Intelligence, and his deputies, will have minimal economic impact, since they rarely travel to the U.S. or own assets there. Mathews also predicted that Russia would respond with restraint, since it is hoping for greater normalization of relations with the U.S. under the soon-to-arrive Trump Administration. Mathews notes that some Members of Congress are calling for an official public inquiry into the alleged Russian hacking of the DNC and John Podesta, while President Obama is being pressed by some experts and news media to release hard evidence of his claims of Russian hacking, from a more detailed upcoming intelligence report ordered by the President. Finally, Professor Mathews points out that, unfortunately, the foundations of a new Cold War were laid in the early 1990s when NATO was expanded to the former Soviet border and took in the former Soviet Baltic Republics.


On TRT World TV, Peter Mathews Predicts and Explains Trump Electoral Vote Victory {129}

December 18, 2016 | TRT World Tv – The day before the Electoral College vote, Peter Mathews explains why Donald Trump will win the Electoral Vote by a large margin and become President, despite losing the popular vote to Hillary Clinton. He predicts that “Faithless” electors will be minimal and will not switch to Clinton. Mathews calls for abolishing the Electoral College, which has outlived its purpose.


How Donald Trump won the US Presidential election {128}

November 17, 2016 | Sky News – Peter Mathews provides a clear analysis of Donald Trump’s Presidential Election Victory, and Mathews explains how he was one of the few political analysts who predicted the results as a distinct possibility.


Peter Mathews on TRT World TV Panel: Trump’s Victory {127}

November 9, 2016 | TRT World News – On the day after Trump’s Presidential victory, Professor Peter Mathews (at 10:14, at 17:51, and at 19:46) joins a U.S. Ambassador, and two leaders of the Democrats Abroad and Republicans Abroad, to discuss President-elect Donald Trump’s Victory and its ramifications. Mathews sees Bernie Sanders’ emphasis on jobs and rebuilding the working and middle classes as a big part of the present picture.
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Peter Mathews Assesses the Trump-Clinton Race with 4 Days to Go {126}

November 3, 2016 | Al Jazeera TV – Peter Mathews says that the 4% to 8% of the voters who are undecided are the key to the Presidential Election. Clinton’s extensive ground game and surrogate campaigners (Obama, Bill, Bernie, Elizabeth and Warren) and Trump voters’ enthusiasm, and a Brexit type hidden Trump vote, are major determining factors in this unpredictable Election, says Mathews.


How damaging is the FBI investigation for Hillary Clinton’s campaign {125}

November 2, 2016 – Sky News TV speaks about the FBI investigation into Hillary Clinton’s, Huma Abedin’s, and Anthony Weiner’s emails, and how it could make a difference in the race for the Presidency.


On Al Jazeera English TV, Peter Mathews Analyzes the Crucial Latino Vote {124}

October 29, 2016 – On Al Jazeera English TV, Political Analyst and Cypress College Professor Peter Mathews takes a close look at how the Latino vote in Battleground states such as Florida and Nevada could have a decisive influence on the outcome of the 2016 Presidential Election.


Ecuador cuts internet connection to Julian Assange ahead of US Election {123}

Sky News TV speaks to Professor Peter Mathews about the Ecuadorian embassy in London cutting off internet connection to Julian Assange and his Wikileaks website.


How did the candidates do in the Second Trump-Clinton Presidential debate {122}

Sky News speaks to Professor Peter Mathews about Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s performance in the second Presidential debate and the issues discussed, and those omitted.


Peter Mathews On Al Jazeera English TV: Trump’s Misogynistic Denigration of Women Cost Him Severely {121}

October 8, 2016 | Al Jazeera English TV – Peter Mathews, Professor Of Political Science and Sociology, says that the recently revealed video and audio recordings of Trump’s highly misogynistic and sexually explicit and aggressive language and behavior toward women has probably doomed his Presidential chances.


First Clinton-Trump Presidential Debate Analyzed by Political Science Professor Peter Mathews {120}

September 26, 2016 – TRT World’s Asha Tanna interviews Peter Mathews, Professor of Political Science on the outcome of the first Hillary Clinton – Donald Trump Presidential Debate


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