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This week’s episode of the Aaron Rupar Show features regular Public Notice contributor Noah Berlatsky on why he thinks it’s appropriate to describe Trumpism as a fascist movement, how families like his with trans kids are dealing with the GOP’s escalating attacks on the LGBT community, his disagreement with Cenk Uygur about what Biden’s lagging approval ratings mean for 2024, and more.
As you’re likely aware if you’re a regular reader of this newsletter, Berlatsky is a very talented thinker and writer, and it was fun to talk to him after more than a year of exchanging DMs. We cover some heavy stuff, but I hope you’ll find our conversation to be informative and thought-provoking. Check out the audio at the top of this post, or watch the footage below via my YouTube page.
New episodes of the show drop each Thursday morning. Next week's will feature Tim Mak, a Kyiv-based independent journalist who I recently interviewed for this newsletter, providing on-the-ground perspective on Putin’s war on Ukraine and Ukrainian counterattacks.
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I’ll be back tomorrow with a new newsletter. Until then, I hope you like the pod.