Will the Democrats Ever Improve? & Arnold Schwarzenegger Just Revealed the Reason Congress Is Worse Than Herpes

Hi there,

This week, ATTN: sat down exclusively with U.S. Senator and former Democratic VP nominee Tim Kaine to discuss his thoughts on the Trump administration and specifically how Senate Democrats should react to the Republican agenda. According to recent polls, the Democratic Party’s base is roughly split over whether they want to see their representatives totally resist President Trump versus strike deals with him.

We asked this question to Sen. Kaine, reminding him that Republican Sen. Mitch McConnell once said that the GOP’s primary goal was to make President Obama a one-term president. Here’s how Kaine responded: “That’s not how I define success. The Republicans’ [definition] of success in the age of Obama is to make this president a one-term president. The Democrats are defining our success [during the Trump administration] by having the back of our people. We have to make sure we advance American values, our reputation, and protect people from getting hurt.”

You can watch ATTN:’s full interview with Sen. Kaine in which we also discuss the Supreme Court and President Trump’s travel ban here.

Other Stories Worth Your Attention This Week:

+ Arnold Schwarzenegger Just Revealed the Reason Congress Is Worse Than Herpes
+ Without Immigrants, Our Economy Will Collapse
+ We Should Talk About the Current Attacks on Jewish Americans
+ Here’s What Experts Notice When World Leaders Shake Hands
+ How to Get an Initiative on Your State’s Ballot
+ We Interviewed a National Co-Chair of the Women’s March About What’s Next
+ Boyfriends Who Abuse Their Girlfriends Shouldn’t Be Allowed to Buy a Gun
+ Could the National Guard Actually Be Mobilized to Deport Immigrants?

Talk to you soon,


About eslkevin

I am a peace educator who has taken time to teach and work in countries such as the USA, Germany, Japan, Nicaragua, Mexico, the UAE, Kuwait, Oman over the past 4 decades.
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