Hurricane Michael has brutalized the Florida panhandle, and journalist Jamal Khashoggi disappeared after entering a Saudi consulate in Turkey. In the midst of these crises, the President is focused on campaigning. We discuss the news and his USA Today op-ed about American healthcare and the partisan divide. That discussion leads us into a deep dive about the practicality of changing the structure of our national healthcare.
If you're new to Pantsuit Politics, we recommend checking out these past episodes to get a taste of who we are and what we do:
Kavanaugh Weariness, Tax Fraud, and Georgia Politics (October 2018)
Las Vegas, Puerto Rico, and American Consumerism (October 2017)
Our Empathy Deficit (March 2017)
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