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Naturally telegenic and possessed of a quick wit to debate the topics of the day, Republican strategist Martin Eisenstadt is frequently called on to take the “responsible right” position in public affairs debates - especially those pertaining to personal crisis management, presidential politics, and world affairs. During the 2008 presidential season, he was an especially articulate advocate first for candidate Rudy Giuliani, upon whose campaign he served as an unofficial advisor, and most recently for the general election campaign of Sen. John McCain for whom he was an advisor and liaison to the Jewish community.
Mr. Eisenstadt has been a very reliable background source for such newsmedia as FoxNews, MSNBC, SkyNews, The Los Angeles Times, Politico.com, and The New Republic. If you need to speak with Mr. Eisenstadt on background, please contact him directly at the above email.
To pundit or not to pundit? That’s the question. At the risk of sacrificing his academic reputation, Mr. Eisenstadt decided years ago that it is better to speak out on topics of national and public affairs than to hide behind the Ivory Curtain of academia. “A public uninformed is a public uninspired.”
An award-winning analyst, and the critically-acclaimed author of the book “I Am Martin Eisenstadt: One Man’s (Wildly Inappropriate) Adventures with the Last Republicans” (Farrar, Straus, Giroux), Mr. Eisenstadt frequently discusses current affairs on television, appearing on such U.S. programs as CNN’s Reliable Sources, MSNBC with David Shuster, Fox News, ABC’s Top Line, Crossfire, CBS Reports, NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, Nightline, The Today Show and the XM POTUS ‘08 radio show. He has appeared on leading television networks around the globe, including the BBC, Al-Jazeera, and the Israeli Broadcasting Authority and has lectured in twenty countries.