An interview with the 2020 presidential candidate
Sometimes conspiracy theories point toward something worth investigating. A few point toward the truth.
Readers react to David Brooks’s appeal for “an uprising of decency” by the Democrats to counter President Trump.
We need an uprising of decency.
Sure, this week’s Democratic debates were full of substance. But the internet had its fun, too.
The self-help author had some standout moments in Tuesday’s Democratic debate, and the right propped her up as a way to portray the whole field as wacky and unserious.
Lower-polling candidates had their moments, but none outshone the front-runners, Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren.
“I felt like at any moment they were about to go, ‘By the way, Elizabeth, did you notice that Klobuchar totally stole your look?’” Trevor Noah joked Tuesday.
Ms. Williamson, the author and self-help guru, has drawn outsize attention during the first two Democratic debates for her unconventional responses.
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Ms. Williamson, a spiritual adviser and long shot presidential candidate, stood by her claim that antidepressants are overprescribed, which experts say stigmatizes mental illness.