The Guardian writer and photographer Chris Arnade traveled over 100,000 miles across the United States, originally to seek a better understanding of drug addiction through the lens of the human experience. But he also found something else–the root of unwavering support for Donald Trump’s campaign aspirations. Arnade spoke with hundreds of people, in small towns and counties across the country, exploring more about what these Trump voters think about their country, and what they say is a lack of respect for the working class. Arnade sits down with Soledad to explain why people in these communities say the American Dream is dead and what it feels like to be left behind.

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