Laura Trevelyan: On Brexit, America’s role in the world and ‘having it all’ at the same time

Laura Trevelyan, host of BBC World News America and Princeton parent, has a rare perspective on the United States’ role in the world. She covered her first U.S. presidential election campaign in 2004 and began focusing on the United Nations in 2006. It all became personal in 2016 when the British-born journalist was sworn in as a new American citizen — one day after now President Trump won the White House. Laura’s American roots run deep, however. She is also the great, great, great granddaughter of Oliver Winchester, the man responsible for America’s most famous firearm.