One of the results of treating the U.S.-China relationship as the most important bilateral relationship is curiosity each side has about the other’s politics. The 2016 U.S. election, if anything, was a roller coaster ride for foreign observers with much about U.S. politics laid bare. The videos below are a discussion of Chinese views by Robert Daly of the Woodrow Wilson Center based on a recent trip in China. The first eight minutes are Daly reporting on his interactions in China before callers engage him in Q&A. The second video is almost the same length and more focused on Chinese views of the U.S. election.