NPR’s Mara Liasson Discusses Presidential Race
NPR National Political Correspondent and Fox News contributor Mara Liasson is back in Southwest Florida this week working with Florida Gulf Coast University journalism students in her role as FGCU’s first named Presidential Fellowship Scholar.
Mara Liasson has been reporting for NPR going on 35 years. She became a White House correspondent following the election of President Bill Clinton in 1992 and she’s now covering her eighth consecutive presidential election.
Ahead of Wednesday’s Democratic presidential candidate debate in Las Vegas and Florida’s Presidential Preference Primary Election now just under a month away, we sit down with Mara Liasson for her insights and expertise on this year’s elections.