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In the wake of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, John Oliver discusses the future of the Supreme Court, why the government doesn’t always represent the political leanings of the electorate, and how those issues will impact the next generation of Americans.
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Berlinda Martinez
Berlinda Martinez 12 hours ago
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Red Gaming
Red Gaming 19 hours ago
I’m curious could someone tell me who antonin Scalia is, I just want to know that’s all
Music Athority
John Oliver is absolutely correct, it's amazing how a British American citizen is so much more intelligent than Americans about American politics. with all due respect to John Oliver Americans shouldn't have be educated by a man from England. but the fact is even though a Monarchy has it's flaws. the British people on average are wiser in regards to American politics than most Americans are which leaves me to say two thing's. (one) is Americans need to grow a brain. and the (second) is I would like to say thank you to John Oliver for pointing out some facts. that Americans for some goofy reason don't seem to know. which in some ways can be attributed to misinformation on the internet.
John Arvid
John Arvid 2 days ago
"If there is one group of people who don't get to complain about their opponents going to extremes to get what they want, it's congressional fucking republicans."
Tomislav Andrasec
be really glad black Americans seek equality, not retribution...
Mr. Raccoon
Mr. Raccoon 9 days ago
God Damn.... this is depressing
Irene M
Irene M 11 days ago
AMERICA is #CRAZY HELP #KENYA 🇰🇪🍎 ANGELA #MARKEL MENTOR #BONIFACEMWANGI
Irene M
Irene M 11 days ago
#Obama doesn't CARE SOMEONE REALLY NEEDS TO #HELP. THE PEOPLE ARE SUFFERING FROM SHIT #LEADERSHIP
matthew benard
matthew benard 12 days ago
America you have a small group of good people, but your country and the rest of you conservatives, should be walled up.
Dylan S.
Dylan S. 12 days ago
A liberal icon replaced by a symbol of hate and bigotry. This is AmeriKKKa.
abhishek venkata
abhishek venkata 13 days ago
Hehe, this makes me really happy.
JustA Dad
JustA Dad 13 days ago
Fucking Joe Manchin should have watched this. he is literally deciding not to give Americans the right to be represented.
PsionicMonk
PsionicMonk 14 days ago
"The people elected Trump" Yeah... What did the popular vote say? It's sad how delusional these people who buy this shit are.
GlibertTheFrog
GlibertTheFrog 15 days ago
I feel that many centrists didn’t care about what trump was doing, they just didn’t like him
Mark Mcalpine
Mark Mcalpine 16 days ago
Y don't we allow judges to pick their replacement
Mark Mcalpine
Mark Mcalpine 16 days ago
She should've stepped down during Obama but no she liked falling asleep during court hearings
Kelly Arthur
Kelly Arthur 18 days ago
Another fabulous video. Another sad, depressing reminder of how fucked up the U.S. system is. I can't help wonder why Democrats don't have the balls to block Republican nominees for _anything_. And really, somebody needs to beat the mule piss out of Mitch McConnell. I do have to say, we've had way to fucking many "Terminator" films already.
James Card
James Card 20 days ago
And this is why america sucks.
ohsosmooth01
ohsosmooth01 21 day ago
Do the people of Puerto Rico have to pay taxes to the US government?
Meme Lord
Meme Lord 8 days ago
All residents have to pay US federal taxes, while some have to also pay federal income taxes to the US. So much for "no taxation without representation."
Nightmare
Nightmare 21 day ago
Ok the part about America being center right is actually correct as the Democrats aren’t left in the slightest but are instead just center right, with the right being extremely insane right. Left ideas don’t exist and aren’t represented by any party in America. There is no labor party, they are both bourgeoisie oriented.
Mephisto Faustus
Mephisto Faustus 21 day ago
Mcconnell was the puppet master until it got out of hand.
Tom Peters
Tom Peters 22 days ago
I can't believe a man that "loves beer,don't you drink beer" is a Supreme Court Justice. The damage trump caused is gonna be felt for generations
nightstalker638
nightstalker638 23 days ago
So one thing about this video that annoys me is when John disparages the senate saying that the rural states are disproportionately represented as oppose to California, when EQUAL representation is the WHOLE POINT of the senate. The senate allows small states to have an equal say, while the house of representatives allows California to have an proportionate representation. On another note Puerto Rico should be a state no question asked, and the reason that D.C. is not a state is because the founders did not want any state to host the capital, that way a host state could not have disproportionate leverage on the government by say passing local ordinances to apply pressure to congress.
Paul Mezhir
Paul Mezhir 24 days ago
YES!!!!! Ive been waiting years to hear John say "merkin".....how long did he wait, I wonder, for the perfect opportunity
antonie Bui
antonie Bui 24 days ago
Man idk, been waiting for avatar2 since I saw avatar in 3d. 4 more? I take that.
T Lindsay
T Lindsay 25 days ago
The amount of respect I have lost for your work after finding out you’re associated with the next for autism event is astronomical. If you can’t do the one google search it takes to listen to autistic voices on this matter, then I dont trust you to properly research your stories. Nothing about us, without us!
Saramai Nyugen
Saramai Nyugen 26 days ago
No lifetime appointment!
Mike Ximenez
Mike Ximenez 28 days ago
All I want for my b-day is john oliver yelling about FUCKED shit while I smoke weed and eat cake.
Cody McCollum
Cody McCollum 28 days ago
Mitch McConnell and Nancy pelosi are everything wrong with modern day politics.
Eggs Bruhnadict
Eggs Bruhnadict 26 days ago
They’re not even comparable but yea
Deanna Kelly
Deanna Kelly Month ago
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Tomeika Reid
Tomeika Reid Month ago
The stream is not the point... It's the strong odor that rises from the piss.... Mitch knows alot about piss!!!!
A G
A G Month ago
Well, we won the election, but we still got fucking manchin
Noah Cook
Noah Cook Month ago
It's hilarious to hear John discuss the inequality of the Senate when it was designed to make sure every state had an equal voice in legislation. I'm sorry but the day we change the Senate is the day we destroy our republic.
Martijn
Martijn 18 days ago
Can you explain to me why the voice of a state should be more important then the voice of the people actually living in the country that will be effected by the legislation
Nocona Roubideaux
Not really how sovereignty works there buddy.
Henry Zitsow
Henry Zitsow Month ago
I think that it is important to remember that we are not a democracy by design, the FF intentionally avoided democracy like the plague, we are a representative republic.
Valerie Rodger
Valerie Rodger Month ago
by design not a pure democracy doesn't mean by design not a democracy of any sort. It is a republic that is a representative democracy. There are democratic elections for political representation. That makes it a democracy. The country was founded, discussions about democracy used the term to mean pure democracy, so dropped the term pure as something that was generally understood. We no longer use the term democracy to mean pure democracy, we use it in the more general sense. Somewhere along the line, though, people decided to conflate the Republican party with the idea of a republic, and the Democratic party with the idea of democracy, making it seem that republics and democracies were mutually exclusive, which has never been the case.
Andreas Ersson
Andreas Ersson Month ago
Can't blame Manchin, he comes from fudging WV, no way a normal democrat can win an election there.
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my god
my god Month ago
OUR AMERICAN DEMOCRACY IS NO DIFFERENT WITH THAT SOUTH AFRICAN APARTHEID... THING IS WE ARE LIKE THIRD WORLD IN POLICIES...STUPID REPUBLICANS OF TODAY
Next Gen
Next Gen Month ago
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D G
D G Month ago
HILARIOUS YOU DID THIS RHYME AND THEN THE SEUSS SHIT HAPPENED LOL LOL
Nikola Subotic
Nikola Subotic Month ago
Oliver's views were always progressive and that was clear from when he began with this show, however, it used to be different. It used to be that he would criticize and attack things that most people can get behind as he was calling out true injustices or giving limelight to very pertinent subjects that were otherwise often not talked about so much. Now, it's just a Republican bashing fest. To 99% of people it may seem the same because very few people spend hours a day following politics and not from a partisan perspective. Per se, he points out that tape from the republican senator talking about blocking Trump's appointee yet the Democrats would have, absolutely have in the past and will do the same in the future, the ONLY and ONLY difference is that in this specific case it was the Republicans that were in the position where they had the votes to block Garland's vote and streamline Trumps'. Yet, on most TV channels (as they are mostly liberal-leaning), all you would hear about this subject is how hypocritical this is and bla bla bla and they point out things like what this senator said or whatever other soundbite they have and there are tons seeing as all these politicians have been doing this for years and years and years. Conversely, on Fox and the few conservative outlets, you would hear the soundtapes of what Chuck Schummer and others were saying before calling it hypocritical. At the end of the day, these clowns are collectively taking everyone for a ride and it's not by accident. With the amount of research they do for these shows and the level of quality with which its done on honest subjects, there's 0 chance they don't know, they know everything and they know the message they are peddling is complete bullshit but they want you to believe a specific thing. Yeah... those are most shows, TV programs and so on that talk about current events. John Oliver's show wasn't a show like most, not a comedy 45 mins like others. John Oliver's show was good, excellent even, I watched probably every episode because it thought you something, it was genuine and it brought positivity to the world that way, whatever your political allegiance. Sadly, that's changed, now it's just leftist propaganda like the rest. I still try to watch but it's not the same... when you extensively know the subjects he covers, it isn't hard to spot the manipulations. I still watch but I cringe and I'm genuinely displeased at the bullshit and cheap manipulation when I see it because although it won't fool me, I know 95%+ of people are unprepared to deal with the information and they take it as face-value. This puts you somewhere in the category of a lot of the people you criticize here weekly John. Hope you wake up and stop sucking up to people who aren't nearly as good as you want to promote them to be because everything in life has a price and the "John Oliver Effect" may not be to history what it began as and what it could have been. Cheers.
Steve Dizzurp
Steve Dizzurp Month ago
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JT Bergstrom
JT Bergstrom Month ago
It's like he just read the constitution yesterday for the first time, and now he's trying to get you to act surprised.
JT Bergstrom
JT Bergstrom Month ago
Bwahahahah!
Israel De la Rosa
So uh... Who's going to be the one to have to break it to John that the Democrats ARE Center-Right?
Stoodmuffin Personal
I don't know why the Fems still try to compromise, they haven't attempted to compromise for over 12 years. If not longer
Christian Ehrnsperger
Quick reminder: "Jesus said to him, “I am the way, the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me". John 14:6
Raininglibtard Tears1488
Ruth Ginsberg is burning in hell with John lewis
Bernardo Santos
Bernardo Santos Month ago
18:03 ah yes, the NaPorVoInterCo document
masatoshi hayashida
Why there are right and left judges? Judges suppose to hold up the Law , not influence by the politics. Simply speaking.
Valerie Rodger
Valerie Rodger Month ago
That's what happens when you have judges either elected or appointed by elected officials without any input from the judiciary at large. And then Americans wonder why so much of the legal system is so corrupt.
Aida Murphy
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Jerold Randolph
Jerold Randolph Month ago
F*ck Republicans without the foresight of lubing first. (Well, 98% of them, to be fair.)
Adam Wey
Adam Wey Month ago
he spouts out so much into in so litle time, we don't have time to digest. I love him!
Adam Wey
Adam Wey Month ago
john oliver has become the bullies he hates so much
Ryan Leary
Ryan Leary Month ago
Get rid of the racist electoral college system. Most total votes wins, period. Grant voting rights to Guam, Puerto Rico & all other American territories (vote whoever you want, no one can force you to) Grant Senate Representatives for DC, Puerto Rico Don’t pack the courts, get term limits.
Kadan Seward
Kadan Seward Month ago
Term limits lead to the same issue unfortunately. More partisan courts
Mariana Johnston
I had no fucking clue what a merkin was and for the love of Agatha Christie that was the greatest google search I've ever made.
The King
The King Month ago
I will say, the only time I ever had a slight amount of respect for Donald Trump was after Ginsburg died, he actually seemed genuinely sad. That respect immediately left when he started talking about Barrette
Eric Sollom
Eric Sollom Month ago
John o. Is the best!
g welch
g welch 2 months ago
What the fuck do you mean this country is not center right? Of course it is. On a global scale this nation is center right. As much as I love John Oliver, he is very misleading sometimes
Daragh McQuaid
Daragh McQuaid 18 days ago
@Martijn I agree. That’s the problem. On most issues, the American périple are generally centre left on economics and about centre on cultural issues. The problem is the politicians in power are a lagging metric and more closely reflect the sentiments of the 90s than current day America
Martijn
Martijn 18 days ago
@Daragh McQuaid the thing is, most democrats are also right wing. Bernie Sanders is barely centre left.
Daragh McQuaid
Daragh McQuaid Month ago
@g welch is that why Republicans have won the popular vote once since 1988?
g welch
g welch Month ago
@Kadan Seward no. On a real political scale, the vast majority of Americans fall under center right. Certainly most of our representatives in DC fall under that category.
Kadan Seward
Kadan Seward Month ago
The country is, but its people aren’t, which is what he was talking about
Falcon Adam
Falcon Adam 2 months ago
Silver lining, even the trump appointed conservative judges threw out his ridiculous lawsuits
mousemuffins
mousemuffins 2 months ago
8:12 aged like the finest wine.
mousemuffins
mousemuffins 2 months ago
8:12 Dr. Seuss is grinning in his grave.
Jairaj Ranchod
Jairaj Ranchod 2 months ago
He's describing the Senate acting the exact way it was designed to (technically Senators were supposed to be elected by state legislators rather than popular state-wide votes though)
Gwen
Gwen 2 months ago
no, Mitt was right about that.. America is center-right. more Americans aligning with the Democrats than the Republicans is what makes it center-right. if more aligned with the Republicans, it would be far-right. there is no major left wing party in the United States.
Valerie Rodger
Valerie Rodger Month ago
Americans align with the Democrats because it's the only viable option to the Republicans in what is essentially a two-party system. That makes the federal political landscape center right, it doesn't mean that the American people are center right.
JuggerNuts1994
JuggerNuts1994 2 months ago
"My liberal friends over many decades have gotten used to the idea of having a liberal court" is a blatantly false statement, since it implies Mitt Romney has friends in the first place.
Paul Garand
Paul Garand 2 months ago
There's no more justice it's a joke of the world we need Moses ha ha
hillock10
hillock10 2 months ago
The Supreme Court today is a bunch of useless prima donnas, walking around in robes and wasting the peoples' money. They add nothing to America. They had THE most important election fraud case in our history and ran away from it faster than a chicken running from a wolf. I served this country during war time. When called, I served. I didn't pull a Supreme Court and run. Cowards! Vietnam war veteran
yank mcruff
yank mcruff 2 months ago
The Supreme Court of the United States refused to hear the greatest fraud case that the planet has ever seen that happened on November 3rd. For six decades I thought the Supreme Court was just now I find out they are the most corrupt Supreme Court the planet
Darth Gorthaur
Darth Gorthaur 2 months ago
18:20...and you also might wanna look into what happens to your supreme court with that idea...CpG grey did a perfect video on it...short version no more supreme court...
Connor Birch
Connor Birch 2 months ago
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Lorne Carr-Ellison
Lorne Carr-Ellison 2 months ago
" I do not like him when Texas freezes"
Steven Birchall
Steven Birchall 2 months ago
The electoral college college really means your vote doesn't count.
Ryan Leary
Ryan Leary Month ago
& that’s why it needs to go
Cullen Johnson
Cullen Johnson 2 months ago
Well, this fear mongering didn't age too well....
Alanna Weiss
Alanna Weiss 2 months ago
Why there are so many catholics in supreme court, again?
TheAbosloh57
TheAbosloh57 2 months ago
Long Live ACB
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ethan aceee 2 months ago
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greg morrill
greg morrill 2 months ago
Here's the thing...it was more or less written this way for a reason. If you make the changes you're proposing, all it would do is create a new minority that would be discriminated against and be underrepresented. One simple change that could be made, is to end the winner take all system all together. Make it so every state HAS to split its electoral votes proportional to the popular vote in that state! I truly wish my vote actually fucking counted in NY. I'm conservative on some issues and progressive on others. But what I think in a Presidential election doesn't matter, or even a state election, because my vote and pretty much the vote of everyone above Orange County is quieted by NYC. News flash, a city of millions of people need different laws and have a different way of life than rural populations in the same state. Being a rural voter in any state with a major city like NY or Chicago is a recipe for practical disenfranchisement, especially with a winner take all system. Now you want to apply that to a federal level with Representation in the Senate? Oh wait, that's what the House of Representatives is for! It's why we have a bicameral legislature. The House ensures the majority has the support to make legislation, with its seats determined by population, and the Senate is a check on any proposed laws by giving every state equal representation so the minority still has a voice. Oh, and John, as someone in the middle who hates both parties for different reasons, you sound just like the Republicans you're railing against, which there are plenty of them in the Democratic Party as well. Both parties are a fucking parasite sucking the life out of this country.
Aisa Fahimi
Aisa Fahimi 2 months ago
You might think at least we learned not to give anyone any kind of power for a lifetime after all the shit the human race has been through but apparently no. We did not.
Eleanor Mason
Eleanor Mason 2 months ago
I think one of America's biggest problems is its concept of time. America has only been America for 240 years (going off the end date of the revolution). That, for a European, is a comically short amount of time historically, yet the constitution and institutions of America are discussed in a way that's immovable because they've been around 'forever'. Like the consitution sets things in stone because it's so 'ancient'. Seriously USA, there isn't shame in recognising that people who founded a country using systems borrowed from ancient Greece, may have got some stuff wrong. That it doesn't work as well in a modern world post industrial revolution, civil rights movement and suffrage. Remembering how short a time period 240 years is might just help when considering conversations about race and discrimination just saying... Reparations doesn't seem that outlandish when you consider that jim crow laws and banks not lending to black people is in living memory
Jrg1820fb
Jrg1820fb 2 months ago
He should have gone back further to at least Ted Kennedy and his campaign to make sure Bork did not get appointed. And, yes, it was Obama not understanding restraint and being too smug that gave us Trump.
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Nhã An
Nhã An 2 months ago
So what animal will represent this new justice on the supreme court?
Wolf Titan Reading
Wolf Titan Reading 2 months ago
Well ita been dogs so how a out a bitch XD
Jack Somers
Jack Somers 2 months ago
8:11 ah yes back before your vacation
stephen gibbs
stephen gibbs 2 months ago
as much as I agree with 99.9% of what you say SENATORS DO NOT REPRESENT VOTERS, THEY REPRESENT STATES!!!
Bilal Malik
Bilal Malik 2 months ago
John Oliver, two words: Lyme Disease
J D S
J D S 2 months ago
Center right is a flat out insult. I'm 31...........in my life time the republicans got more votes then the Dems in a federal election 1/8 times in my life time. And 2004 was a post 9/11 mid war exception It's a center left country
Georgia Overdrive
Georgia Overdrive 2 months ago
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Steph Gracia
Steph Gracia 2 months ago
"A republican gouvernment without popular support". Sorry John, but just because you want it to be so doesn't mean it is. Republicans do have a very large POPULAR support base! You know, all those people that Dear Hilary shoved aside and smeared as "deplorables". You need to have some honesty about this, and recognised that the popular vote is not the DEMOCRAT PARTY'S sole property : it goes something along 60/40 at best in republican's favor, because statistics remind us that a vast majority of this country's demographic is mostly white people, like over 60% + to be correct. There has obviously been a demographic shift because of natality rates and immigration over the past decades. But "democratic" ideals are not dominant in the US. Not even in said black/latino communities where many individuals prefer the republican vote over the democrat vote. And all the arguments you provided in this show can just as easily be made against the democrats, especially in the 2020 election, where the electoral collage ruled in favor of the democrat candidate, despite serious concerns of voter fraud from DEMS, and greater numbers in favour of trump than in 2016.
Carl Louis Galli
Carl Louis Galli 2 months ago
There is no real democracy is having an electoral college
Chris Leedham
Chris Leedham 2 months ago
right trump protecting anything democratic is a pipe dream
Plumikii Ryu
Plumikii Ryu 3 months ago
Please Do A Piece on Michael Jackson Hi, I’m writing to you because Last Week Tonight as opposed to other such shows actually cares about issues rather than chasing the headlines. It has been 11 years since Michael Jackson passed away yet to this day what the common consensus is that he is a taboo subject for many. I recall you guys once did a piece on Public Shaming. Michael Jackson was a genius, an abused child. He was strange. He was one of the few major stars from the 80s who came out of the 80s without a heroine addiction. He in his own way did many, Many strange things, but so do most other superstars. And more than others he actually cared. About children, about the earth. About the issues we are discussing to this day. While Icons like Freddy Mercury, Elvis Pressley, Prince, Beetles and many more are known for their good works, Michael is known for the something which he has repeatedly been acquitted for. It’s the truth that anyone looking for will find instantly but due to the “where there is smoke there is a fire” narrative, even 11 years after his death, the new media treats him like a criminal. All his trial pages are open for the public to read. He WAS weird. Making a ranch called neverland, hanging out with children. Trusting people he shouldn’t. But I urge you please cover him, hear beyond the noise like you guys often do. The most successful African American Artist of all time was a humble man child, who respected women, loved children and cared about our environment. He was not a heroine junkie, a private man who did not share his disease even all the way back in 1993 even though he was accused of wanting to become a “White Man”. He was eccentric. Hanging out with animals and caring about them. theobjectivestandard.com/2020/02/justice-for-michael-jackson/ This article covers multiple sources, some of which I had read previously. Michael Jackson was a multi talented millionaire pop star, who was not an alcoholic, was a caring father, a filial son, Treated women with respect, cared about the planet and it’s beings. The press that constantly kept DASHING him, had found a way to subvert their guilt. All those years of calling him a “Jacko”, “monkey” and many more hurtful things was justified if he was a paedophile. They NEEDED him to be guilty. Such a man cannot exist in Hollywood. Such public shaming had allowed and to this day allows Michael to be a victim to all this slander. Please do a piece, if not one that exonerates him then one that once and for all cements the fact the Michael Jackson, the greatest pop star, the first African American Idol was a paedophile. Not through unknown sources or flimsy headlines but through concrete proof. A news echoing in a closed chamber will not reach anyone, most fans who what to know the truth know it, other people will read the headlines but not the explanations. It’s about time the general public knows. Please do a piece on Michael, the blatant mistreatment by the media, The systematic racism he faced during his trials. Please don’t let the first African American Singer be remembered for the things he did not do, He was weird, weird enough to annoy Freddy Mercury with Bubbles feedbacks, weird enough to let kids crack raw eggs over Michael Jackson, Weird enough to play water balloons with children. But he was not a paedophile and the world needs to acknowledge that. He was in no way a “Perfect Human” but he tried his best to live right and we should not punish him for doing that. On this year please exonerate this Black man, the Justice System has done it two decades ago, it’s about time everyone else does. Please do a piece on Michael Jackson. #spreadtheawareness #justiceformichael #hedeservedbetter
Kick Starter
Kick Starter 3 months ago
very cool
Ivan Puig
Ivan Puig 3 months ago
8:07 Any republican win is a republican majority, though it was a overall popular minority.
Mark
Mark 3 months ago
Retrumplicans didn't care to stack the court on lies. If I were biden and the democrats I would add four seats to it. And make dc a statehood.
Mark
Mark 3 months ago
I cannot wait for his new shows to start.
js-xr
js-xr 3 months ago
Boris Johnson and keir starmen tried this. Look up public prosecutions. Today condemned China for UKIP. I am crying out loud watching this if i pay 6500 in tax do that mean I still have to pay a parking ticket 😂😂😂 . Please keep these coming best highlights 🤩
Julia Kay
Julia Kay 3 months ago
Watching this in January I’m relieved the plan to pack the court to steal the election failed and that Democrats took the House, the Senate and the Presidency, but disheartened at how much power a corrupt right-wing minority still has.
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