What the Democrats Must Do Now to Defeat Trump

Schoon gezegd door Obama, gequote door David Remnick in The New Yorker:

Even in his exhaustion and bewilderment, Obama painted a picture of voting that was half hopeful.

“I love the stillness and the mystery of the day or two before elections, because in a lot of ways everything goes radio-silent,” he said. “Nobody at that point is really listening to an argument. The infrastructure is set. And now it’s this weird alchemy that’s taking place in the country, and you just have to kind of wait and see how it works. But there’s always this mystery to it, this possibility.”

“Which, in some ways, is powerful and affirming of the humanity of democracy, right?” he continued. “It’s not mechanical. It’s not a formula. It’s not set. It’s not fixed. There is always the possibility of surprise. And in that sense it’s a little bit like sports. It doesn’t matter what the odds are. Weird stuff happens. And that makes it scary if you’re rooting for one team or the other, but that’s the drama of it.”

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