November 15, 2016
the Washington swamp. We’ll look at what that meant on the campaign trail, and what President-elect Trump may actually do.
In this Wednesday, Nov. 9, 2016, file photo, President-elect Donald Trump, center, shakes hands with Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus during an election night rally in New York. Trump on Sunday named Priebus as his White House chief of staff. (John Locher/
On the campaign trail, candidate Donald Trump promised to “drain the swamp” in Washington of a corrupt, money-driven establishment. Politicians could be bought and sold, he said. He said he had done just that himself. Wall Street and lobbyists, he said, ruled. He would run them out. Now, Donald Trump’s transition team is digging in. What are they lining up to drain? What are they bringing in? This hour On Point, the real transition, and Donald Trump’s promise to “drain the swamp.” — Tom Ashbrook
Major Garrett, chief White House correspondent for CBS News. Author of “The Enduring Revolution.” (@MajorCBS)
Fred Wertheimer, founder and president of Democracy21, a nonprofit political transparency advocacy organization. (@fredwertheimer)
John Pudner, conservative political consultant and executive director of Take Back Our Republic. (@jpudner)
Rosie Gray, political reporter for BuzzFeed News. (@RosieGray)