U.S. Foreign Policy and Brexit: A Discussion with Congressman Brendan Boyle (D-PA), House Ways and Means

With the U.S. Congress indicating strong opposition to a U.S. – UK Free Trade Agreement, Signal Group executive Mark Duffy sat down for an exclusive discussion with Congressman Brendan Boyle (D-PA). Congressman Boyle shares his perspectives on voting trends in Pennsylvania a key 2020 battleground state, the Good Friday Agreement becoming a casualty of Brexit, and foreign policy priorities for a potential Biden Administration:


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Biography:
 
Congressman Brendan F. Boyle was born and raised in the city of Philadelphia. The first in his family to attend college, he attended the University of Notre Dame and later graduated from Harvard University’s John F. Kennedy School of Government.
 
He was elected to the Pennsylvania state legislature in 2008, becoming the first Democrat to ever represent his legislative district. In 2014, Congressman Boyle pulled off an upset win over three better funded rivals to be elected to Congress.
 
Now in his third term, Congressman Boyle represents the 2nd congressional district of Pennsylvania. He currently serves on the prestigious House Ways and Means Committee. He also serves on the House Committee on the Budget.
 
Congressman Boyle is the founder and co-chair of the “Blue Collar Caucus” which advocates for working families by addressing wage stagnation, job insecurity, and the future of work.

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