Because unlike Donald Trump’s brand, which is ersatz at best, the populism that made its mark in the Democratic party in 2016, in spite of its leaders’ attempts to denigrate it, was never about keeping the coal industry alive.
Like every other part of your body, your heart wants what’s good for it. Sometimes, that can also be what it wants right away. But not always, and perhaps not even often. Infatuations come and go. Desires get met, only to feel stale.
Radio Free New Hampshire: Please join me, then, in making America great again, by making a joke about Hillary Clinton.
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