iStock/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) — Families all over the country are getting ready to sit down and break bread on Thanksgiving Day.
But what if your loved ones — or the other dinner guests — don’t share your political views?
Thanksgiving dinner has more potential to be rife with strife this year than any in recent memory after this heated presidential election. ABC News consulted Sharon Schweitzer, an international etiquette expert, author, and founder of Protocol & Etiquette Worldwide, for advice on how to keep the peace when it comes to talking turkey — and politics — this Thanksgiving.
Of course, you could always make …read more