Political PTSD: Can We Recover from Trump, Pandemic, Wrecked Kids, and Roe?

I was in Jonah’s orthodontist’s office in 2015, when I first realized that Donald Trump should be taken seriously. 

While waiting at the receptionist’s desk, a college kid looked up the television mounted on the wall as Trump’s face appeared on the screen. The kid said, “Hey! There he is!” and then explained that he had a summer job in the garage in a Trump hotel in New York City. He said that the garage was getting tons of calls from random people, who made a wrong turn in the phone tree and ended up on the garage’s phone line. These callers were asking to speak directly with Trump, so they could express their support. 

That story both tells you something about Trump’s massive popularity, as well as the IQ of some of his supporters.

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