Despite the current administration's overall trending away from the hopeful ideals the country was founded on in both rhetoric and action, the United States of America remains steadfast in its commitment to freedom. Though there may be progress yet to achieve and a disagreement on how to get there, the American people are driven by a desire to - above all else - be better.
Many argue that the current administration's mode of discourse, which is frequently mean-spirited, indecent and uncivil, its disregard for honesty and frequent use of misstatements of fact in attacks on those it sees as opponents and its praise of totalitarian, anti-democratic leaders abroad and tolerance for abusive conduct within its own team (see, e.g., Pruitt Had a $50-a-Day Condo Linked to Lobbyists. Their Client's ...) presents a threat to U.S. democracy that is unparalleled in its history and that risks fundamentally turning the U.S. away from what it has been - a fundamentally honest, non-corrupt people and nation that debates problems and seeks solutions through honest, civil discourse.
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