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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Scranton Enjoys Quadrennial 15 Minutes of Fame

The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: Scranton Enjoys Quadrennial 15 Minutes of Fame

Political Fault Lines: Americans perspective misery differently depending on competition and domestic affiliation, according to information from a new survey. Blue-collar whites who support Donald Trump, for example, are some-more expected to impugn a bad as being idle and holding advantage of welfare. (David Lauter, Los Angeles Times)

The Times, They Are A Changin’: Matthew Yglesias explains because support for Donald Trump is driven by secular rancour and a response to demographic change rather than by mercantile anxiety. (Vox)

Inside a House Freedom Caucus: The organisation of “arch-conservatives” didn’t do many to forestall a arise of Donald Trump. Rather, many have depressed in line behind him. Here’s why. (Tim Alberta, National Review)

Believing Juanita Broaddrick: For years, a 73-year-old has pronounced that Bill Clinton raped her in 1978. Decades later, her story is being touted by anti-Hillary conservatives—and mostly abandoned by progressives. (Katie Baker, BuzzFeed)


Visualized

A ‘Total and Complete Shutdown’: Donald Trump has called for a anathema on Muslim visitors and immigrants to a United States. Check out this graphic to see what that competence demeanour like. (Haeyoun Park, The New York Times)


Question of a Week

China is now ranked series one in Olympic list tennis, and Canada is traditionally good during ice hockey. If Washington, D.C., was a possess country, in what competition would it win a Olympic bullion medal?

-Written by Elaine Godfrey (@elainejgodfrey) and Candice Norwood (@cjnorwoodwrites)

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