Nov 11, 2016

Marketplace for Friday, November 11, 2016


We're still asking, after Tuesday's shocking upset that elected Donald Trump president, "What now?" Today we look at the president-elects policies on infrastructure, technology and trade. Plus, how will he go about reversing President Barack Obama's executive orders, as he…

Segments From this episode

How Trump will wrangle the executive bureaucracy

Nov 11, 2016
Managing and managing well are two different priorities.
Possible Trump cabinet members include former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani, left, and New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie, right. They appear with Donald Trump, above, at a National 9/11 Memorial service on September 11, 2016, in New York.

Weekly Wrap: governing vs. politicking

Nov 11, 2016
Marketplace host Kai Ryssdal talks with Leigh Gallagher of Fortune and Cardiff Garcia of FT Alphaville for the Weekly Wrap.

Not enough data: tech policy under Trump

Nov 11, 2016
Not much is know about the incoming administration's plans for the tech industry.
Little is known about Trump's tech policies, but he has said he will bring Apple's manufacturing jobs back to the U.S. Above, Apple's headquarters in Cupertino, California.
Stephen Lam/Getty Images

How Donald Trump could reshape NAFTA

Nov 11, 2016
Withdrawing from the trade deal is simple. Renegotiating is harder.
President-elect Donald Trump speaks to the press with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell following a meeting at the Capitol.

Trump infrastructure plan is private money and tax credits

Nov 11, 2016
The plan would produce a lot of new toll roads and bridges.
The interchange at U.S. Route 95 and Rainbow Boulevard known as the Rainbow Curve is seen in an aerial view in Las Vegas, Nevada. 
Ethan Miller/Getty Images

The power of the pen

Nov 11, 2016
Executive orders aren't all they're cracked up to be.
President Barack Obama shakes hands with President-elect Donald Trump discussing transition plans in the Oval Office.

Will Hollywood write a new script for the Trump era?

Nov 11, 2016
Donald Trump delivered quite the plot twist this week.
"The priorities of the industry are always to make money," media critic Brian Lowry said.

Facebook accidentally declared a bunch of people dead

Nov 11, 2016
One report said an outpouring of sympathy directed at Clinton supporters could have caused the glitch.
Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg was "memorialized" on his site today, along with lots of others.
David Ramos/Getty Images

We’re still asking, after Tuesday’s shocking upset that elected Donald Trump president, “What now?” Today we look at the president-elects policies on infrastructure, technology and trade. Plus, how will he go about reversing President Barack Obama’s executive orders, as he promised? Finally, we talk about the difference between politics and governance in the Weekly Wrap.

Music from the episode

Hey Ma Cam’ron, Juelz Santana, Freekey Zeekey, Toya
Alfa Beach Com Truise
Winners Delicate Steve