Jan. 12, 2018 – Mark Penn, former Clinton chief strategist, on the rhetoric in Washington, D.C., immigration reform and the FBI.
Russia didn’t win Trump the White House any more than China re-elected Bill Clinton in 1996. The fake news about fake news is practically endless. Americans worried about Russia’s influence in the 2016 election have seized on a handful of Facebook ads—as though there weren’t also three 90-minute debates, two televised party […]
By MARK PENN Published November 13, 2016 It was a sunny day on Daniel Moynihan’s farm in July 1999 when Hillary Clinton first launched her own political career and months later she would officially announce her candidacy for the U.S. Senate as a New Democrat. She extolled the values of […]
Shannon N. Green speaks with Mark J. Penn, President and Managing Director of the Stagwell Group and member of the CSIS Commission on Countering Violent Extremism. Mark discusses the findings of CSIS’s Global Perceptions of Violent Extremism Survey, which was conducted in eight key countries. During this conversation, Mark talks […]
Pollster Mark Penn discusses Hillary Clinton’s DNC speech, the points she made, and the effect it could have on poll numbers.
Mark Penn, a democratic pollster and veteran of the Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton war rooms, discusses the latest campaign polls with Lawrence O’Donnell on MSNBC’s The Last Word.
Watch the latest video at video.foxbusiness.com Former Hillary Clinton Campaign Senior Strategist Mark Penn on Hillary Clinton’s scandals, her tax plan and the Republican field in the presidential race.
By MARK PENN and DONALD BAER Published July 1, 2014 A survey reveals deep uncertainty the country’s future—but also growing consensus on issues like same-sex marriage and marijuana. Historically, Americans have been optimistic about the future and confident about our leadership in the world, while at the same time being […]
TIME IDEAS Who Should Romney Pick For Vice-President? The Republican strategist and Democratic pollster in their biweekly face-off about Election 2012 Penn: Obama’s pick of Biden in 2008 was based on filling a void in foreign policy experience, not to win the state of Delaware. Foreign policy was a […]
TIME IDEAS What Are American Values These Days? The Republican strategist and the Democratic pollster reflect on which core beliefs are still central to our lives. Penn: My hope this July 4th is that we focus as Americans on reviving our sport values — values that have made us great […]