For Republican campaign strategist Tony Sayegh, the lessons of 2016 are still not entirely clear.
Sayegh spent the last two years working intensely in the campaign cycle, both in his role as Executive Vice President at Jamestown Associates and contributor at Fox News. Following the Republican National Convention in July, his firm served as the lead agency on creative media for the Trump campaign.
When the election was over, Sayegh’s colleague Mo Elleithee, executive director of the Georgetown Institute of Politics and Public Service at the McCourt School of Public Policy, posed an opportunity to continue the conversation as a GU Politics fellow.
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