Trump’s rise in rural U.S.A; Buffalo’s abandoned treasure
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This week we’ll sit down with Wall Street trader-turned-journalist Chris Arnade, who discovered the rise of Donald Trump long before the mainstream media.  While traveling across the country documenting addiction in rural America for The Guardian, Arnade couldn’t help notice the appeal Trump was having with folks outside city limits. He’ll discuss what he found in-studio with our Casey Seiler. 

Also, our Matt Ryan travels to the Queen City of Buffalo to tell the story of the beloved Central Terminal train station.  The gorgeous architectural structure was abandoned in the 1980’s and has been awaiting a tenant ever since.  The feature story originally aired in the summer of 2015.