Heather Hurlburt

Director, New America's Political Reform program and Columnist, New York Magazine

Director of New Models of Policy Change project at New America's Political Reform program and columnist at New York Magazine

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Partisanship is more powerful than science, even for conservative environmentalists. They don’t buy warnings about an existential crisis.

Republicans look at climate change and see… Democrats

Partisanship is more powerful than science, even for conservative environmentalists. They don’t buy warnings about an existential crisis.

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President Trump said there is “warmth” between him and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, even though their summit was cut short with no deal.

Sometimes you have to walk

President Trump said there is “warmth” between him and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, even though their summit was cut short with no deal.

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