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Journalist Zoe Daniel will be in conversation with Kerry O’Brien regarding her new book, Trumpland in July.

Journalist Zoe Daniel’s conversation with Kerry O’Brien regarding her new book, Trumpland, has been rescheduled to Saturday, 31 July from Saturday, 20 February at the Byron Theatre. The interview will still be from 2 till 4pm. 

Kerry O’Brien.

The book is based on Zoe’s first hand experience as bureau chief for the ABC in Washington DC, beginning in December 2015. Zoe was well placed to report on the Trump campaign and the tumultuous events of the Trump Administration. Following the talk, the pair will host a Q&A, which is sponsored by ABC Friends Northern Rivers.

Tickets are available via The Byron Theatre. All sold tickets will be valid for the July event. If you are unable to attend in July you can request a refund at [email protected].


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