In this ongoing EWTN News series, viewers can expect in-depth, one-on-one conversations with each of the presidential candidates about the most significant issues confronting the U.S.” EWTN Chairman & CEO Michael P. Warsaw
Irondale, AL (PRWEB) November 23, 2015
EWTN News will present the first of a series of specials showcasing the views of U.S. Presidential candidates on the moral and constitutional issues of importance in the upcoming election year. The first episode of “Candidate Conversations 2016 with Robert George” premieres at 10 a.m. ET, Sunday, Nov. 29 and features an interview with U.S. Senator Ted Cruz of Texas.
The show is hosted by Robert George, McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence at Princeton University and founder of American Principles Project, who is one of the most respected Catholic constitutional scholars in the United States.
“In this ongoing EWTN News series, viewers can expect in-depth, one-on-one conversations with each of the presidential candidates about the most significant issues confronting the U.S.,” said EWTN Chairman and Chief Executive Officer Michael P. Warsaw. “This series is a must-see for Catholics and all who care about the challenges facing our great nation as we head into the 2016 election.”
Find out more about this series of specials at http://www.ewtn.com/candidates2016.
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