You have some really good facts, but strange conclusions. Like this one, for example.

You say America is up against Trump and his cronies, and the tides of history.

But then you point out that Trump is up 10 points among white men, and mention the white "soccer moms" that voted him in last time.

Seems to me like Trump IS America. At least, the America that voted in 2016. Are Trump's views on the health of Americans so different than the average person who thinks healthcare should be denied to anyone that can't pay for it?

There is one saving grace. In 2016, almost half of Americans didn't vote. Didn't want to vote Trump and would not vote Hilary. If enough of them show up to vote, maybe we see change. Time will tell. 71 days and counting.

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