How the Heck Are We Gonna Get Along
#SistersInLaw Kimberly Atkins
February 4, 2021
In This Episode:
Despite the inauguration of President Biden, the legacy of the Trump administration and the bitter feelings about the election still hang in the air– especially after the events of January 6th– and it’s anybody’s guess about how we can move the country forward. With that in mind, Clay is joined by legal expert and member of Politicon’s #SistersInLaw podcast, Kimberly Atkins, to discuss the latest developments in the impeachment trial, the possible censure of Rep. Marjorie Greene, and whether it might not be better to leave the legacy of the last administration on the golf course instead of in the courts. What do you think?
Kimberly Atkins is a senior opinion writer at The Boston Globe. She is also an MSNBC contributor. Previously, Kimberly was the first Washington, DC-based news correspondent for WBUR. She has also served as the Boston Herald’s Washington bureau chief, guest host of C-SPAN’s morning call-in show’s Washington Journal, and a Supreme Court reporter for Massachusetts Lawyers Weekly and its sister publications.
She began her journalism career as an intern at The Boston Globe. She has appeared as a political commentator on a host of national and international television and radio networks, including CNN, Fox News, NBC News, PBS, NPR, Sky News (UK), and CBC News (Canada). Before launching her journalism career, she was a trial and appellate litigation attorney in Boston. Kimberly is a native of Michigan, and a graduate of Wayne State University, Boston University School of Law and Boston University College of Communication, and the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism.
Clay Aiken has sold 6 million albums, authored a New York Times bestseller, and ran for Congress in North Carolina in 2014 almost unseating a popular Republican incumbent.
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