A believe a majority of the white females who voted, did vote for Trump, but if you look specifically at white, educated, urban females, I would be a bit surprised if they voted the same way. Is that really the case?Apart from that they made Dump president, you mean.
I agree with your analysis!A believe a majority of the white females who voted, did vote for Trump, but if you look specifically at white, educated, urban females, I would be a bit surprised if they voted the same way. Is that really the case?
Trevor Noah said:“I feel so bad for people that take Fox News seriously,” Noah said. “It’s got to be so much work because they’re always telling you that the Democrats are coming for your [expletive]. You gotta stockpile a lifestyle supply of meat; you’ve gotta stockpile guns; you’ve gotta keep your fossil fuels, your bibles, American flags, [and] Confederate statues. There must be one closet at your house that’s just chaos. Fox News is like reverse Marie Kondo. Just put everything in your house as long as it sparks rage.”
More:Glittering coastal cities such as Los Angeles, San Francisco, New York and Washington are becoming richer and more influential, attracting more jobs, better hospitals and schools, and technology. Small towns and rural communitiesare falling further behind, feeding a sense that, to paraphrase LP Hartley, the coasts are a foreign country – they do things differently there.
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In a moment of unrestrained demagoguery, President Donald Trump presided Wednesday over a crowd chanting "Send her back! Send her back!" about an American Muslim congresswoman who he targeted with racist attacks.edition.cnn.com
And so far, it seems to be working - at least for his base.