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‘People were always so welcoming, so kind, so helpful.’ And then the president arrived.

‘People were always so welcoming, so kind, so helpful.’ And then the president arrived.

Update: 2019-08-225
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From a community divided by xenophobic chants, Griff Witte explains what the president’s rhetoric can do on the ground. Jeff Stein on the aging problem in the U.S. And Andrew Freedman on the record-breaking number of fires in the Amazon.

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‘People were always so welcoming, so kind, so helpful.’ And then the president arrived.

‘People were always so welcoming, so kind, so helpful.’ And then the president arrived.

The Washington Post