Today on “Political Rewind,” Delta Airlines CEO Edward Bastain is bristling at a few Trump administration policies that he says will hurt the company. It’s the first time the company has expressed deep concern with the president. Our panel talks about the friction.
Then: negotiations on a new NAFTA agreement break down, Georgia farmers could pay a steep price for failure to strike a deal. How much will tariffs hurt agriculture exports, especially in the North Georgia poultry industry?
Plus: President Trump kills government subsidies for Americans who struggle to buy health insurance, and he says he’ll now unravel Obamacare piece by piece.
And Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue hints he favors denying food stamps to people who have jobs. Will he try to enact that policy?
Jim Galloway – AJC political writer
Eric Tanenblatt – Republican insider
Dr. Andra Gillespie – Emory University political science professor