NEW DATE November 4, 2022: Maggie Haberman and Todd Purdum – More Tickets Released

Writers Bloc and The Skirball Present Maggie Haberman

November 4, 2022

8:00 PM

Skirball Cultural Center

Outdoors – Please Wear Warm Clothing. Heat Lamps Will Be Provided

2701 North Sepulveda Boulevard

Los Angeles, CA 90049

Ticket $20-$48

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The Writers Bloc/Skirball event on October 19 has been rescheduled for FRIDAYNOVEMBER 4 at 8:00PMThe event will still be held at the Skirball. Your original ticket(s) will still be valid for November 4.

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$48 TIcket With One Signed Book

Report: Trump Thought He Could Stop Biden’s Presidency By Literally Refusing To Leave The White House

If you followed the daily machinations, crises, doings and wrong-doings of the Trump White House in the New York Times, then you surely read Maggie Haberman’s articles. The Pulitzer Prize winning journalist covered Trump and his associates relentlessly, and in her new book, Confidence Man: The Making of Donald Trump and the Breaking of America, she explores the phenomenon of Trump, his relationships that shaped his life and way of thinking. She covers the women and wives to fixers and business associates– transactional relationships that benefited whatever it was that he pursued at that moment. Haberman posits that Trump’s motivations have been ruled by what’s in it for him, for the long term and in the short run. It is clear that the Trump Era is not over.

In conversation with Todd Purdum. Todd Purdum has covered numerous beats for the New York Times, including the White House. He was a senior writer for Politico, and a staff writer at The Atlantic. He’s also an author, and teaches journalism at USC’s Annenberg School for Communications and Journalism.