Watching MSNBC Friday, we learned about a new documentary focusing on how the presidential election and the course of America changed in one 64 hour period. It began October 7th, 2016, one year ago this weekend. Once it started, it didn’t stop. It’s compelling, it’s shocking and it makes way for lots of food for thought and discussion. MSNBC host, Rachel Maddow provided a link to the documentary and so did High Heels & Hot Flashes. It’s 30 minutes long and well worth watching.
“A firsthand account of the drama that unfolded during Oct. 7-9, 2016, from the release of the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape to the second presidential debate — and everything in between. It’s called 64 hours and the 64 hours began one year ago today.” This is a link to one year ago this weekend
This oral history was reported by Michael Isikoff, Dylan Stableford, Hunter Walker, Holly Bailey, Liz Goodwin, Lisa Belkin, Garance Franke-Ruta and Gabby Kaufman. It was written by Stableford. The documentary was produced by Brian Prowse-Gany and Sarah Boxer.