State of the Union: Live from Louisville
We hear from businesses, workers and retirees on Donald Trump's first year as president
A year into the presidency of Donald Trump, presenter Fergus Nicoll has travelled from the industrial port city of Cleveland Ohio to Kentucky's largest city Louisville to find out what people think of his leadership, speaking to businesses, workers and retirees. Ned Hill, professor of economic development at Ohio State University explains how trade policies and the dollar have a direct impact on his state. And Jasmine Farrier from the Department of Political Science at the University of Louisville explains the significance of the State of the Union speech. Plus, Joe Saluzzi from Themis Trading in New Jersey joins Fergus to look at the day's news from Wall Street.