The COMMENTARY podcast debates the downstream political relevance of what increasingly looks to be a summer of urban unrest fueled by protests against the conduct of police toward racial minorities. Will Donald Trump’s efforts to frame himself as the champion of law and order reactivate his 2016 coalition? Or will these events simply compound a general sense of dissatisfaction with the status quo and, thus, the incumbent president?

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  1. rdowhower Coolidge

    Ah yes, thank you Christine for reminding us of the noble eloquence of President Obama. Even when pointing out an obvious fact you can’t help but let your TDS manifest itself in implying that Trump is obviously a racist. Ditto for Noah. Shocking, I know. Someday he will wake up and realize the world has moved on from people like him who talk to much and think he is intelligent simply because he multiplies words, no matter how vapid.

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