Berry Craig: Trump’s really not going to do anything to redirect wealth and power to working class people and poor people who feel vulnerable and scared,
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Ted Vaill: BLOTUS wants to make sure every American has health insurance, so he could just embrace a new idea, one he is now eligible for at the advanced age of 70: MEDICARE FOR ALL.
Mel Gutov: I’m sure many journalists knew what was coming: a show, orchestrated by The Apprentice executive director so as to reveal precisely nothing but used instead to revile his critics. Vladimir Putin couldn’t have done better.
JP Sotille: Like a bristling political antenna, Trump picked up the growing unease in rural and suburban America and masterfully transmitted broad emotional, identity-based appeals rooted in the nation’s shifting demography.
Robert Reich: The man who is about to become President of the United States continues to exhibit a mean-spirited, thin-skinned, narcissistic and vindictive character.
Berry Craig: More than a few Confederate battle flags fluttered above Trump yard signs and flapped at Trump rallies in Dixie and in border states like Kentucky, where I was born, reared and still live.
Lance Simmens: Oh you silly child, I ran on a serious platform, drain the swamp, clean house, run the government like a business, scare the shit out of our enemies, say outrageous things to show that we are not pussies.
Robert W. Fuller: Like all demagogues, Trump is not a creator but an orchestrator of popular resentment.
William J. Astore: A relentlessly negative campaign says a lot more about Trump than it does about America.
Ed Rampell: Hillary Clinton and many others have charged that Trump has ruined small businesses and lives with his dubious business practices. But what if Trump has literally caused the loss of life?
Lance Simmens: If you are one of those who is still undecided about whom to cast your vote for next month for President, consider what an unconventional Trump Administration might look like from the standpoint of the law.
Linda Milazzo – It would be an affront to the world and all I believe in to allow so hideous a man to succeed. And though his repugnant misogyny is now losing him support, I still can’t gamble on his election.
William J. Astore: Trump, in other words, embodies the resentment of Americans who are used to seeing themselves (and their country) as winners, but who now recognize, at least on some level, they are no longer winners – that they may be, horror of horrors, losers.