The second segment of May 2nd’s WCVB On The Record Sunday Roundtable with anchors Ed Harding and Janet Wu. Mary Anne Marsh and Rob Gray discuss whether President Biden can win back Trump supporters with his blue-collar blueprint.

In his first national address, Biden tried to appeal directly to labor unions and the middle class.

Does this make Marty Walsh, the former mayor of Boston, perfect to spearhead the president’s effort as U.S. Secretary of Labor.

Also, Fenway Park and the Garden will open to 25% capacity beginning next week. What can Boston expect for Gillette Stadium once the NFL season kicks back into gear?

Finally, Mary Anne and Rob ask who had the best and worst week in American politics. On the one hand, Mary Anne looks towards former-mayor and Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani. On the other, Rob discusses James Carville’s warnings to Democrats about “wokeness.”

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