Ed Lotterman says the populist success of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders reflects a broad — and accurate — feeling among most Americans that they are little, if any, better off than they were before the Great Recession.
Ed Lotterman says the populist success of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders reflects a broad — and accurate — feeling among most Americans that they are little, if any, better off than they were before the Great Recession. Charles Krupa AP
Ed Lotterman says the populist success of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders reflects a broad — and accurate — feeling among most Americans that they are little, if any, better off than they were before the Great Recession. Charles Krupa AP

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