Listen: Trump, Democratic Party And Kaiser Cortez discussed on Pod Save the People
"People saw her rise as like a symbolic rise. And she represented a new generation of people in congress and people are really excited about the symbolism. When I think about the Democrats now controlling the house. It is important that people symbolically lead. It's important that people definitely press Trump. It's also important though that the Democrats put forth a vision and a plan for the future that their work isn't just about rejecting Trump. But it's about mapping out a place. Like includes the people in the party. And that's actually Kaiser Cortez. I think represents more than anybody because she actually does that right now that like she just got to let this is like day seven right and already we see an aggressive plan around like the green new day on how to fund it. And like, she's not mincing words, and it's researched based in it's like, something she can defend something other people can defend its that energy that a rebuild both the Democratic Party and any other party people wanna create like. You should be able to see your life in the party. And like, I think it's a testament to like what people are hungry for which is not only like do we need to fight Trump. We do. And I'm interested to see how Pelosi Maxine Waters because like somebody has to hold him accountable at the same time when we hopefully get power and twenty twenty we should have a set of plans ready to implement and she reminds me of someone who is ready to do that work. Hey, you're listening to the people. Stay tuned. There's more to come. The New Yorker such an iconic magazine, and it represents the very best writing in America today beyond publishing the best writers in the world. They hold people in power accountable through rigorous reporting and compelling, storytelling. I love the New Yorker both. Oman and imprint because New Yorker covers a full rain. Two topics from politics, News, International affairs, climate change, the environment to pop culture arts fiction food humor, and you know, the cartoons the yorker reds beautifully on subjects that readers may not previously put much thought into but end up finding themselves fascinated and delighted by sometimes reading tens."