David Frum, an author, noted thinker and senior editor at The Atlantic, has spent decades in politics and media, serving in former President George W. Bush’s administration and at several think tanks.
He’s a speaker at this year’s SHRM Global Mobility and Immigration Symposium, where he’ll be talking about the roiled political landscape, the upcoming 2020 presidential election, and U.S. immigration and trade policy.
In this interview with SHRM Online, Frum discussed U.S. immigration and trade concerns and global migration.
SHRM Online: How might immigration affect the 2020 presidential election?
Frum: Immigration will be central to both parties’ messaging in 2020. Despite generally favorable economic conditions, President [Donald] Trump faces a…
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