The day after Donald Trump leaves office in January 2021 (as we’ll assume for the sake of argument and/or sanity that he does), what happens to America’s relations with the world? What snaps back to the way it was in the past? What does not? Where has irreparable damage been done? Where are quick fixes possible? And where might there be meaningful differences between different potential candidates to succeed Trump? We discuss all these with leading Democratic foreign policy strategist and thinker Jake Sullivan, formerly the top policy advisor to the Clinton campaign and a senior official in the White House and the State Department during the Obama years. Tune in for this important glimpse into a world that may only be 18 months away.