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The Atlantic Daily: Health Care and Hack-Backs

More revelations about Don Jr.’s meeting, expert advice on cyberattacks, the U.S.’s performance in health care, and more
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Political Problems: The latest revelations about Donald Trump Jr.’s meeting with the Russian lawyer Natalia Veselnitskaya—the first, that President Trump’s legal team was informed of the meeting three weeks ago, and the second, that six people attended the meeting—contradict the initial accounts of the Trump family, and cast increasing doubt on their credibility. The confusion, dysfunction, and partisan friction have some observers debating whether the American system can continue working as it’s designed to. James Fallows takes stock of what’s gone wrong—and what’s cause for optimism.

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