How Can We Bridge the Partisan Divide?

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Richard K. Rein, PrincetonInfo

What do you say, what do you do, a week from today if you wake up in the morning and discover that Trump still controls the Senate and the House of Representatives?

What do you do when you see Trump on steroids, calling out the uncontrollable mobs of Democrats, who are “too dangerous to rule,” at his own raucous rallies? Or when he demands that we observe the principle of innocent until proven guilty while the crowd in the background chants “Lock her up, lock her up?” Or when he derides the media as “the enemy of the people,” while telling his supporters he’s going to “act nice,” in a childish tone that lets everyone know that the nice guy moment really is just an act?

What do you do, what do you say? Whatever the outcome on November 6, you might want to consider some deeds and words that you haven’t considered for the last two years or so. At this point whatever you have been doing hasn’t been enough.

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