College RNC National Chairman Alex Smith: “[Millennials] Have Been Kicked in the Teeth For 8 Years By This Administration”

The College Republican National Committee is an extremely important organization. Not only is it the nation’s oldest, largest, and most active youth political organization, but each year it brings students together to help elect Republican candidates, support the Republican agenda, and become the future leaders of the conservative movement. Alex Smith has the honor of being the National Chairman of the CRNC, a job that Karl Rove once had. In addition to her duties as CRNC chairperson, Smith is also a licensed attorney and recipient of the RNC’s Jeane Kirkpatrick Award. She was also featured on Red Alert Politics’ “Thirty Under Thirty” list of up-and-coming young, conservative leaders. In short, she’s a smart, influential, esteemed rising-star in the conservative politics world, and you should keep an eye out for her!

In this edition of Greta Talk, Smith sits down with Greta Van Susteren to discuss the role of millennials in politics. Some of the topics Smith and the On the Record host dive into are the top issues affecting college students today, how millennials feel about Obama and his healthcare system, and the debt students incur while receiving their college educations.

And why does Smith say Donald Trump is in the lead with young voters?

Download and tune in to find out!