This story fails to explore the riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma, It says,"Indian Americans have been among the most liberal subset of Asian American voters." It also states that Trump "marvel[ed] at the visiting Indian leader’s popularity with Indian Americans, including many who had traveled long distances." https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/trumps-india-trip-mixes-politics-with-policy-and-the-promise-of-his-biggest-rally-yet/2020/02/21/fda09950-54dc-11ea-b119-4faabac6674f_story.html
Is the key that we are trained to hold two contrarian views at the same time? One when we perceive we are in the "in" and another when we are in the "out"?
Life is different if you do not accept the Law of Excluded Middle. <sarcasm>
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