Election Special: BBC Reporters Board Trans-Siberian Railway to Talk to Russians About Trump | KCET
Election Special: BBC Reporters Board Trans-Siberian Railway to Talk to Russians About Trump
Part of our analysis on how the world views the 2016 U.S. presidential election. Watch the full episode here.
BBC Pop Up traveled across Russia via the Trans-Siberian Railway and asked fellow passengers about what they thought about the U.S. presidential election. Hear their opinions, including their thoughts about Republican nominee Donald Trump, on the 9,822-kilometer trek from Moscow to Vladivostock.
Video by Matt Danzico.
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