In health and in sickness, Trump has laid bare America’s divisions Some suspect the president’s diagnosis was a lie to minimise the pandemic and to manipulate the battle around the election. For swing-district Mainers, the debate wasn’t a turning point. It was an ‘embarrassment’ - The Boston GlobeTo voters living in New England’s biggest swing district, the first presidential debate on Tuesday was an “embarrassment” and a “debacle” and, well, “kind of crazy.” Most said it was difficult to watch. Others purposely avoided tuning in. In Appalachia, people watch COVID-19, race issues from afarBUCHTEL, Ohio (AP) — The water, so cold that it nearly hurts, spills relentlessly into a concrete trough from three pipes driven into a hillside near the edge of town. People have been... These undecided voters watched the debate hoping for clarity. What they got was a useless mess.The noise and coarseness of the debate drove some toward Joe Biden, but most were just turned off. 'The loser is us, the American people'Voters from across the US weigh in with reaction to the first Trump-Biden debate. They wanted disruption in 2016. Now they're Trump defectorsShawna Jensen’s moment of reckoning came in March, as she sat in her suburban Fort Worth, Texas, living room next to her fireplace. Her laptop was open to a Zoom happy hour with five girlfriends.... Opinion | Meet a Secret Trump Voter‘Being a lesbian who’s voting for Trump is like coming out of the closet again.’ The virus sent droves to a small town. Suddenly, it’s not so small - The Boston GlobeFrom his post at the town dump in Winhall, Vermont, Scott Bushee spent the summer observing his new neighbors, transplants who pulled into his compound with heads full of rustic fantasy and license plates from New York and New Jersey.