How Policy Failures On The Left And Right Led To The Trump Presidency

Census Poverty
FILE - In a Thursday, Sept. 16, 2010 file photo, a man who did not wish to be identified, who lost his job two months ago after being hurt on the job, works to collect money for his family on a Miami street corner. The ranks of America's poor have climbed to a record high, according to new census data that paints a stark portrait of the nation's haves and have-nots at a time when unemployment remains persistently high. AP Photo
Census Poverty
FILE - In a Thursday, Sept. 16, 2010 file photo, a man who did not wish to be identified, who lost his job two months ago after being hurt on the job, works to collect money for his family on a Miami street corner. The ranks of America's poor have climbed to a record high, according to new census data that paints a stark portrait of the nation's haves and have-nots at a time when unemployment remains persistently high. AP Photo

How Policy Failures On The Left And Right Led To The Trump Presidency

Joe Biden won the White House, but 73 million people voted for President Trump — 10 million more than voted for him in 2016.

Reset examines why and what they have in common with a plurality of Democratic voters.

GUEST: Jeffrey Winters, former chair of political science, director of the Equality Development and Globalization Studies Program at Northwestern University; author of the book Oligarchy.