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The Future of the GOP Doesn’t Have to
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Posted By: jigzsaw, 11/12/2021 6:51:25 AM

From the moment Donald Trump announced his presidential aspirations in June 2015, he has dominated the political landscape. Trump's turn in the spotlight has persisted for so long that it seems impossible to get away from him. Both his critics and fans are many. Though Democrats control the White House and Congress, they are eager to remind others of the Trumpian loyalty still alive within the Republican Party. But when it comes to elections, there is no placing Trump on a ballot if he is not running. This truth played itself out on the Nov. 2 election night.

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Reply 1 - Posted by: GreatGreyhounds 11/12/2021 6:54:31 AM (No. 975122)
Well Kimmy, which other member of the Uniparty do you want to stem the flood of Communism from the Left? Liz Cheney? The Walrus of NJ, Christie? Jeb? Get real! At this point, there isn't another person who loves Our Country and Our Ideals like President Trump, even though Governor DeSantis is a close second...
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Reply 2 - Posted by: Toby Ten Bears 11/12/2021 7:06:12 AM (No. 975131)
Yes it does Kimberly... Yes, it does. In fact, the country formerly known as America is relying on Trump or a Trump clone, like DeSantis.
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Reply 3 - Posted by: 5 handicap 11/12/2021 7:16:32 AM (No. 975139)
The Never Trumpers are the ones who have for 50 years demurred to the DNC. Is there one who has any principles worth standing for, Methinks not! If not for these "Never Trumpers" or is it "Never America", our once-great nation would not be so beggared as it is now. Were it not for Republican Support, LBJ's Great Society would never have gotten off the ground and the subsequent lurch toward Government dependence would never have gained the traction it has. In the name of altruism, the GOP and the DNC created multi-generations of parasites. So Kim, take your GOP and put it where only you can ever see it!
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Reply 4 - Posted by: janjan 11/12/2021 7:18:48 AM (No. 975142)
Trump demonstrated what can and should be done by the President of the United States and that bell can never be unrung. The RINOS and deep state bureaucrats are not going to weasel their way back into the good graces of conservative voters.
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Reply 5 - Posted by: ussjimmycarter 11/12/2021 7:21:34 AM (No. 975143)
It doesn’t have to…but IT DOES! Period! RINOS!
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Reply 6 - Posted by: spacer 11/12/2021 7:22:34 AM (No. 975146)
There are a couple of memes out there that say a rabid dog could beat biden or any democrat in 2024 ergo the neverAmerican neverTrumpers are hoping that will dislodge the bonds between me and President Trump. Not gonna happen.
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Reply 7 - Posted by: WhamDBambam 11/12/2021 7:24:20 AM (No. 975150)
Still pining for Teh Jebbster, I see.
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Reply 8 - Posted by: philsner 11/12/2021 7:37:41 AM (No. 975162)
There is no such thing as a "conservative never-Trumper".
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Reply 9 - Posted by: Sorosisbehindit 11/12/2021 7:40:59 AM (No. 975168)
I'm ready to walk away from the burning ash heap of the GOP and build again. I wouldn't repair my totaled car. I wouldn't save the charred studs on my burned down house.
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Reply 10 - Posted by: marbles 11/12/2021 7:44:06 AM (No. 975172)
And with that statement they reveal how afraid of him they are.
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Reply 11 - Posted by: HisHandmaiden 11/12/2021 7:54:04 AM (No. 975183)
Washington Examiner needs to more thoroughly ‘examine’ this writer and refer them to WAPO... What a waste of a quick minute. MAGA
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Reply 12 - Posted by: snapper451 11/12/2021 7:57:49 AM (No. 975187)
The GOP is DOA without Trump. Actually, without Trump supporters there is only a “uni-party” and frankly, America is dead and becomes a socialist/communist country. This is not to say that if President Trump chooses not to run and Ron DeSantis runs, with Trump’s endorsement, America can be saved. The media would love to see the “uni-party” win though.
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Reply 13 - Posted by: ramona 11/12/2021 8:00:54 AM (No. 975189)
I too get weary of some of President Trump's antics. But I support his America First agenda and don't trust many others to be loyal to it. One person I would seriously consider as a viable option is Mike Pompeo. Loyal, tough and diplomatic, Do I trust the Never Trumpers? Never!! Ramona (the Pest)
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Reply 14 - Posted by: spellbound 11/12/2021 8:01:33 AM (No. 975190)
What an uninformed article! 80% of Republicans want Trump to run in 2024, as detailed in this Oct. 19th poll: Only 16% of Republicans do not want Trump to run in 2024, And no, Never-Trumpers are not now and never have been a “powerful voting bloc.” The Washington Examiner shows it’s true colors! It is not a valid news source.
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Reply 15 - Posted by: kidsmom 11/12/2021 8:02:00 AM (No. 975192)
I would vote for Trump again--not because of the man, but because of the policies. I would be equally thrilled to have DeSantis or Abbott as our next CIC, with Marsha Blackburn as VP. The genius of Trump is in his king-making abilities now and in the furtherance of MAGA policies. The article makes a good point that Trump is a polarizing presence; but to have his policies without the rhetoric may just be the ticket to turning this mess around.
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Reply 16 - Posted by: hisself 11/12/2021 8:09:54 AM (No. 975204)
Once again, the commenters each showed more intelligence than the author! Has the GOP punished Cheney, or Kissassinger, or any of the thirteen traitors? When they are thrown out of the Caucus, defunded by the party, removed from committees, or publicly flogged, then maybe, just maybe, I will trust the party.
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Reply 17 - Posted by: TCloud 11/12/2021 8:10:05 AM (No. 975205)
It will be MAGA or Bust Kimmie! Not one red cent to the current GOP more, and won't say it any more than that right Vern? Vern says good copy!
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Reply 18 - Posted by: Ida Lou Pino 11/12/2021 8:10:52 AM (No. 975206)
Let's think outside the box. Why run only one candidate? Let's have a presidential triumvirate - - say Mittens, ¡Jeb!, and Lindsey - - and a vice-presidential triumfemmate - - say Cheney, Collins, and Murkowski. That way all the talking head shows - - on CBS/NBC/ABC/CNN/MSNBC - - can be covered every week by conservative bashers. All the leftists will rush to our side - - and we'll win! Yes - - that's the way to victory without President Trump!
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Reply 19 - Posted by: Sanchin 11/12/2021 8:12:34 AM (No. 975208)
Once one gets past all the "noise" it is clear that America has operated as a faux two-party system when in reality it is a uni-party. President Trump disrupted that system and exposed it for what it was by NOT playing along with them. Never Trumpers are equally guilty in the current and rapid destruction of the United States, if not more so, due to their treasonous and disloyal actions against the supporters who thought these people could get over their petty differences and umbrage and support those trying to Make America Great Again, Instead betrayal and a knife in the back. Three years is a long time in terms of what can happen. My biggest concern is do we really want another 79+ year old as president?
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Reply 20 - Posted by: Daisymay 11/12/2021 8:18:17 AM (No. 975216)
It's always good to start the day with a good laugh. Kim Baby has a lot to learn about True Republicans. First of all, there are NOT a lot of Never Trumpers. There are a few who go on Bill Kristol's Cruises and a few who go on TV and try to fool us into thinking they are Real Republicans, but we can see them for what they are. Sore Losers. That said, Republicans DO want Trump to run and will come out in drove to vote for him. They did that in 2020, but were not ready for the fraud put in place by Zuckerburg and his Club. This time, Republicans are going to be ready for Fraud! Also, if you're not going to vote for Trump (if he runs) exactly WHO will you vote for? Biden? Kamala? Or will you vote for the guy who had our Country running like a well oiled machine. A guy who demanded Respect for himself and our country. A guy who didn't just threaten, he said what he meant and there were consequences if you didn't do what you were supposed to. After the Hell Biden is putting us through, a person would have to be unbalanced not to want the Guy who will get us out of this MESS Biden has us in! I don't think Kimmie has a Clue! We Republicans KNOW we must vote in 2022 and we MUST win Both House to slow the damage Biden will do before he's out of office. Maybe an Impeachment would also help stop his tearing our country apart!
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Reply 21 - Posted by: cireskul 11/12/2021 8:20:17 AM (No. 975219)
The Republican party has no future without MAGA. There is no MAGA without President Trump. IN ANY OTHER HANDS, MAGA would be more empty promises. Promises never intended to be fulfilled. Empty Promises have been the experience since President Reagan left the Whitehouse. That's on the GOP, not President Trump. Get it?
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Reply 22 - Posted by: ROLFNader 11/12/2021 8:27:03 AM (No. 975224)
Gee Kimmy. While you're at it , how about answering this one: If you were paddling your canoe across the desert and had a blow-out, how many pancakes would it take to cover a dog house?
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Reply 23 - Posted by: lftrn97 11/12/2021 8:32:02 AM (No. 975230)
Yes it does.
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Reply 24 - Posted by: Right Time 11/12/2021 8:32:59 AM (No. 975232)
The future of the GOP doesn't have to rely on Trump....if they want to remain the minority party forever, even as our country is sold off to China. If the GOP wants to win the WH in 2024, they will nominate Trump. He has unfinished business
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Reply 25 - Posted by: The Remnants 11/12/2021 8:33:35 AM (No. 975233)
I trust The Washington Times more than I do The Washington Examiner. Some gossip columnist, whose name I cannot remember, said "Trust is based upon experience."
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Reply 26 - Posted by: TJ54 11/12/2021 9:00:14 AM (No. 975252)
Kim the leftwing loon does not get it. Bugger off
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Reply 27 - Posted by: FormerDem 11/12/2021 9:30:30 AM (No. 975280)
Trump did a great job, and joining in on the endless repetition to the contrary shows someone is malleable. It is going to take huge courage to clean up after Biden, huge huge. And those dumping on Trump now are proving they are malleable. The sideways way they do it, just shows they are sly as well as malleable. Go Away.
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Reply 28 - Posted by: john56 11/12/2021 9:50:05 AM (No. 975310)
Honestly, if I were Trump, I might say screw this. I'm going to enjoy retirement with my wife, my kids, and my grandkids in Florida just like about a couple million other senior citizens. But it sounds like he won't, the Good Lord willing.
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Reply 29 - Posted by: Dodge Boy 11/12/2021 9:52:53 AM (No. 975319)
So, Kim, who else would the GOPe rely on then? Lizzard Cheney? Turtle? Pierre Delecto?
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Reply 30 - Posted by: ChattyCatsSusan 11/12/2021 10:28:51 AM (No. 975366)
Just another snivelfest from a Never Trumper. Where ya been Kimmy? Hiding in a vacuum chamber? It is you and those who seek to ignore Trump that are the problem, not Trump. Trump is the first candidate/president to actually pay attention to the voters, unlike all you Uniparty fools who ignore us. The future of the GOP doesn't and shouldn't rely on you and yours Kimmy, but it does rely on Trump.
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Reply 31 - Posted by: moebellini3 11/12/2021 10:33:14 AM (No. 975374)
The democratic communists don't get it. This Kimberly Ross doesn't get it. Ah, but I think they do get it. They know that Trump is one of the very few who are not part of the swamp, the deep communist state. Nobody owns him. You see, Donald Trump expresses his love of country, his love for the American citizen and taxpayer, his love of our flag and our freedoms by ACTIONS not bullsh** talk. We realized energy independence under Trump and he exposed the hoax of climate change. And the reason Trump attracts huge crowds is because he does what he says and he actually loves our country. You see, what these communists done get is that people are sick and tired of Biden hating our country and sick of all of the racist bullsh**. Get it yey...
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Reply 32 - Posted by: pensom2 11/12/2021 10:44:00 AM (No. 975384)
This foolish writer lost me at: "This is appealing to Never Trumpers, such as me, who support conservatism but not cultlike obedience. Trump is a man, not a set of principles." Frankly, President Donald J. Trump is one of the very few conservative elected leaders who honored conservativism by not caving to the Left. What good are "principles" if the party leader lacks the guts to enforce and uphold them? What sort of conservative leader does Miss Ross prefer--Mittens redux?
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Reply 33 - Posted by: Kate318 11/12/2021 10:44:21 AM (No. 975385)
Whistling past the graveyard, Kim-ber-ly? I’m with you #10. I wish PresidentTrump would’ve declared he was starting a 3rd party when the timing was right, immediately on the heels of 1/20/21. IMO, Trump’s biggest flaw is that he is too trusting of the people around him. He assumes Washington politics work like his businesses, in that he says do something and it gets done or the person gets fired. I wonder if some deals were made along the lines of “Look, we know the election was stolen from you, but we won’t allow that to happen in 2024. Just PLEASE don’t start a 3rd party.” Anyway, if Trump runs again, he’ll have my vote…mean tweets and all.
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Reply 34 - Posted by: SALady 11/12/2021 10:50:37 AM (No. 975388)
The Republican Party became the Republi-Can't Party years ago. Impotent, useless, and backstabbing. When they stabbed President Trump in the back over and over again last November, they lost me. I became an "independent conservative". The Republi-Can't Party doesn't need Donald Trump -- if they want to shrivel up and die, barely hanging on as the minority party. But we conservatives in flyover country need him, and people like him (like Desantis), or this republic is doomed. So I will 100% support President Trump, because he stands for what I stand for. And I will never vote for another useless RINO candidate just because they have an "R" after their name. I used to think they were the lesser of two evils, but I see too many Republi-Can'ts (like Cheney) that are just as evil as Demon-Rats, and I refuse to ever vote for evil again!!! But I will always vote for solid conservative Republicans when I can find them!!!
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Reply 35 - Posted by: Strike3 11/12/2021 10:53:53 AM (No. 975392)
It doesn't have to but it's the only way the GOP will exist after 2024. The fact that they are too dumb to realize that will ensure their demise.
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Reply 36 - Posted by: snowoutlaw 11/12/2021 11:08:38 AM (No. 975409)
The Trumpian loyalty extends way past the Republican Party. Were it not something like 30-40% of his supporters not Republican?
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Reply 37 - Posted by: ToryWhite 11/12/2021 11:11:31 AM (No. 975411)
Silly. The Republican Party, such as it is, is toast. Trump is anti-toast.
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Reply 38 - Posted by: DVC 11/12/2021 11:39:53 AM (No. 975440)
Sorry, other than Trump and DeSantis, I see very, very little on the Republican side that I would even consider voting for for President. All the rest are Uniparty trash that I wouldn't even consider voting for.
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Reply 39 - Posted by: LC Chihuahua 11/12/2021 12:22:03 PM (No. 975478)
Trump is my top choice. Any Republican that crossed the aisle and worked with the Democrats is out. That's Romney, Graham, Rubio, and many others. Never Trumpers need not apply. That rules out Bush, Cheney, Romney (again), Kasich, and Christie. Not sure what I think of DeSantis. He says all the right things, but seems very polished and smooth which makes me question are we seeing the real man. Republican party is loaded with backstabbers. Who's left? Only names I think of are Perry, Cruz, Gingrich, and Rand Paul. Only Cruz and Paul are viable in that group. The other two might be too old. Not sure of any of them. Strikes me the Republican back bench is really shallow. Who else is there? Trump is eligible for only 4 more years so we need others after him or if he choses not to run. He is getting older. Also think its possible that both parties will see to it Trump never runs again.
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Reply 40 - Posted by: jimkata 11/12/2021 12:30:35 PM (No. 975489)
Doesn't have to rely on Trump..but why wouldn't you?
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Reply 41 - Posted by: MDConservative 11/12/2021 12:36:36 PM (No. 975496)
I would support Trump, and I'm a realist...the "enemy" of Trump/MAGA is the UNIPARTY. If elected, even with a Republican majority in House and Senate, I would imagine the kitchen sinks would fly again to destroy his term again. Twice impeached, don't think a hat trick is out of the question. Mitch was very clear in his rant - the GOP in Congress won't pull his chestnuts from the fire again. They may actually stoke the flames. The usual suspects offered by the GOP are UNIPARTY. Many are listed above, Trump's endorsement is Mitt Romney's. While in office, PDT swung for the fences by hiring Fox News celebrity "contributors" and struck out far more often than hits, with Mad Dog, T-Rex, Sessons, Bolton, Gorka, Flynn and the rest of that ignoble roster. And who's thrilled with his THREE Supreme Court nominees...Kavenaugh, Gorsuch or Barrett? They're regularly called out here for their "leftist leanings." And if you think $3.5 TRILLION is too much pork, what did you think of nearly double that as "stimulus"? Of course, that has nothing to do with inflation these days. The Republican choice may come down to Trump, De Santis, or hold your nose. With the GOP/UNIPARTY, I'm putting my money on holding my nose.
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Reply 42 - Posted by: Muguy 11/12/2021 1:01:12 PM (No. 975519)
The Future of the Republican Party is CONSERVATIVE it is also NEVER RINO
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Reply 43 - Posted by: cold porridge 11/12/2021 1:03:25 PM (No. 975523)
Kimberly Ross = Idiot
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Reply 44 - Posted by: dbdiva 11/12/2021 2:49:18 PM (No. 975603)
I don't trust Republicans at all. It seems like I receive a mailing or two from the RNC every other day or so. With each mailing they claim to be in desperate need of $$$ to save the country from the left. They tell me if I don't respond with a donation that mailing will be the last one I receive. Odd though, they keep on sending donation requests. I will never send money to them since they failed so spectacularly during the last administration. I doubt they'd use my dollars for the intended purpose. #14 mentioned Mike Pompeo. I saw an interview he did and noticed that he lost a LOT of weight. I hope it was intentional and not because he's ill. Does anyone know?? I would not have recognized him if the interviewer hadn't mentioned his name. I took a pretty lengthy sabbatical from the news and am just catching up now. Every now and again I need a vacation from lies, half-truths, innuendo, and distortion.
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Reply 45 - Posted by: DVC 11/12/2021 10:21:39 PM (No. 975911)
Wash Examiner has been a NeverTrump site for as long as Trump as been in politics. Never, ever waste your time on any Wash Examiner piece with Trump as the topic. Just a waste of time and bandwidth.
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Reply 46 - Posted by: NYbob 11/12/2021 11:36:32 PM (No. 975934)
What a stupid woman. She really thinks she has some actual wisdom and right to judge what is ' insulting, dishonest, embarrassing, and unpresidential ' Really Kim? Says YOU and the swamp. Who could possibly be MORE insulting, dishonest, embarrassing, and unpresidential than BO, Monicas boyfriends wife and every other jackask in DC? You are a hypocritical creep like every political pundit and swamp insider. The country hangs by a thread. What PRESIDENT Trump was able to do in 4 years, with the entire media, like you, lying about him 24/7, and every slob on the take in DC, was unprecedented. It took internal enemies and Communist China attacking the world to throw him off his reforms. He could find a successor in DeSantis, but it sure won't be anyone you know or try and talk up. We have suffered under GOP failures for decades and we are done with them. Simply because they will do exactly what rats are doing.
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Reply 47 - Posted by: mifla 11/13/2021 5:48:14 AM (No. 976067)
And why should I care what you think, Kim?
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Reply 48 - Posted by: cireskul 12/17/2021 8:24:40 AM (No. 1009894)
There is no future for the Republican party without President Trump because President Trump is the only Republican to make a difference since President Reagan.
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Joe Biden announced Thursday a $30 million investment in U.S. trucking as administration officials meet with industry leaders in an effort to attract new drivers in the midst of a massive supply chain crisis. The White House said in a fact sheet on the new plan that the COVID-19 pandemic 'exacerbated longstanding workforce challenges in the trucking industry, including high turnover rates, an aging workforce, long hours away from home, and time spent waiting.' The new action plan, including the new investment, is an action from the administration's Supply Chain Disruptions Task Force, which was launched in June to 'lead whole government effort' to address bottlenecks.
University of Minnesota's 'Antiracism
and Healthy Equity Center' claims 'birthing
people' are at higher risk of premature
deliveries if neighborhoods are over-policed
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Posted by Ribicon 12/16/2021 1:26:28 AM Post Reply
A University of Minnesota scholar has raised eyebrows with her study into how policing affects 'birthing people' in different parts of Minneapolis. Rachel Hardeman, director of the Center for Antiracism Research for Health Equity at the university, published her findings on December 8 in the medical journal JAMA.(Snip)White mothers living in 'high police contact neighborhoods' experienced a 90 per cent higher chance of preterm birth compared to residents in low-contact areas. U.S.-born black mothers in the same areas experienced a 100 per cent higher chance of preterm birth, yet foreign-born black mothers showed only a 10 per cent higher chance for preterm birth.
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