Republican political commentator and strategist Ana Navarro was recently invited to speak as part of Smith College’s Presidential Colloquium Series. Navarro shared why she has been a lifelong Republican and spoke on the political values she feels have been challenged by the Trump administration.
Navarro served in the transition team for Florida Governor Jeb Bush in 1998, was the National Hispanic Co-Chair for John McCain’s 2008 presidential campaign, served as National Hispanic Co-Chair for Governor Jon Huntsman’s presidential campaign in 2012, and was a Fellow at Harvard’s Institute of Politics in 2013.
This talk was recorded on January 24, 2017 in the John M. Greene Hall at Smith College.
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