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Club Breakfast: Should It Be Clinton or Trump? An FCC Breakfast Debate

Date: 1 Jan 1970 12:00 AM | Venue:


Should It Be Clinton or Trump? 

An FCC Breakfast Debate

Tariq Dennison – Republicans Abroad, Board Member
Nicholas Gordon – Democrats Overseas, Hong Kong
James Bryce CEO of Gweek Speech Intelligence Analytics
8:15AM TO 9:15AM – PANEL

The 2016 Presidential Election has morphed not into a contest on policy, instead it’s a contest of character. The future of The Republican Party is also in question amid internal divisions over the Trump candidacy. Ahead of Election day on November 8th, the FCC hosts a breakfast panel to address the key issues centered around a heated Presidential race that has captured global attention, like never before.

Tariq Dennison CFP is on the board of ”Republicans Overseas Hong Kong”, where he helps connect Americans to Republican lawmakers on issues including tax compliance, security, and free trade. Tariq is a private fund manager at GFM Group, a Type 9 licensed Hong Kong asset management and US registered investment advisor. He has previously worked at Andersen Consulting (now Accenture), Bear Stearns, J.P. Morgan, CIBC and most recently Société Générale. He is a top 20 ranked author on asset allocation and ETFs on Seeking Alpha.

Nicholas Gordon represents “Democrats Abroad Hong Kong” where he is the Media Relations Liaison Officer. Nicholas works as a researcher and writer for a Hong Kong-based think tank. An American Abroad, Nicholas was born and raised in Hong Kong.

James Bryce is the founder and CEO of gweek and the architect of Speech Intelligence Analytics, which tracks both verbal and non-verbal communication behaviors of a speaker in action. James has been tracking the candidates speech effectiveness in the US elections including the three Trump vs. Clinton debates, and comparing these performances to past Presidents. In the primaries, Trump’s gweek score was at 79.4 with a significant lead over Clinton’s 64.7. These scores have moved significantly as we have progressed closer to the finish line.


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