Politics Inside Out

Who wants a job?

Kai Ryssdal and Andrea Seabrook Nov 10, 2016
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President Barack Obama shakes hands with President-elect Donald Trump following a meeting in the Oval Office November 10, 2016 in Washington, DC. Trump is scheduled to meet with members of the Republican leadership in Congress later today on Capitol Hill. Win McNamee/Getty Images
Politics Inside Out

Who wants a job?

Kai Ryssdal and Andrea Seabrook Nov 10, 2016
President Barack Obama shakes hands with President-elect Donald Trump following a meeting in the Oval Office November 10, 2016 in Washington, DC. Trump is scheduled to meet with members of the Republican leadership in Congress later today on Capitol Hill. Win McNamee/Getty Images
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On today’s show, we’re reading the exit poll tea leaves to see how different groups voted. Plus, President-Elect Donald Trump turns to filling out his cabinet.  Traditionally, a Republican administration brings in Washington insiders and members of conservative think tanks, but Trump is far from a traditional Republican. Here’s Marketplace DC Bereau Chief Andrea Seabrook:

There’s a really big difference between, conceptually, rhetorically, between slowly molding the economy that should be, which is what Hillary Clinton did, and saying, “the economy that is sucks for you [and] for us,” which is what Trump said. I think that the people that have already lost that insiders-outsiders battle, who already don’t have access, they’re the ones who voted for Trump by and large.

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