President Donald Trump's unprecedented journey to the White House is chronicled in the new Frontline documentary set to air on PBS tonight.
President Trump's run to the presidency was certainly unbelievable, in a good way or a bad way depending on where you fall on the political spectrum. PBS is now set to present a new Frontline documentary called Trump's Road to the White House tonight to examine just how Trump's presidency came to be.
"Learn how Donald Trump defied expectations to win the presidency. Through interviews with key players, the film shows how Trump rallied millions of supporters and defeated adversaries, and whom he's taking into the White House with him," says the PBS description.
Trump's campaign manager turned White House counselor Kellyanne Conway is one of many advisors interviewed in the documentary, in addition to New York Rep. Chris Collins, the first congressman to formally endorse Trump.
This is the latest Frontline documentary examining the current political state in America, following The Choice 2016, President Trump and Divided States of America.
Trump's Road to the White House will air at 10 p.m. ET/PT on PBS and lasts for one hour. If you are not able to watch the documentary when it premieres, it will be available to streaming the following day on the Frontline website. This is also where you can find previous documentaries, including the three aforementioned political docs.
To live tweet and follow along with others watching Frontline's documentary Trump's Road to the White House, use hashtag #TrumpsRoadPBS on Twitter.