Ken Stern, Former CEO of NPR and Author of "Republican Like Me: How I Left the Liberal Bubble and Learned to Love the Right," joins The Hive. Stern, Kristen Scholer, and Jon Kelly discuss the possible demise of the American two-party system and whether the Independent Party may be able to make a run in the next election. They talk about the impact the Trump Presidency may be having on the two-party system, and whether outsiders like Mark Cuban might be realistic in 2020. Stern describes how the rise of Donald Trump may have triggered a realignment of the electoral system that has been years in the making. He also asserts that another reason for the potential reset is that both the Democrats and the Republicans seem to be failing at the same time.

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