Working-class conservative voters continue to support President Donald Trump despite policies would potentially harm them, David Brooks says, possibly because they believe that big government support would provide short-term assistance but would be a long-term poison to the values that are at the core of prosperity.
Working-class conservative voters continue to support President Donald Trump despite policies would potentially harm them, David Brooks says, possibly because they believe that big government support would provide short-term assistance but would be a long-term poison to the values that are at the core of prosperity. John Locher AP
Working-class conservative voters continue to support President Donald Trump despite policies would potentially harm them, David Brooks says, possibly because they believe that big government support would provide short-term assistance but would be a long-term poison to the values that are at the core of prosperity. John Locher AP

David Brooks: What’s the matter with Republicans?

July 05, 2017 08:30 PM