“We’ve paid too high a price already for Donald Trump’s chaotic, divisive leadership. More than 210,000 Americans have lost their lives to this virus. But on Tuesday, he announced he’s walking away from negotiations to provide additional relief for working people. Mom-and-pop businesses, schools, just go down the line. On Oct. 8, exactly two months since the emergency small business program was closed. Two months of small business owners in Arizona and across the country waiting and hoping for just a little bit of help to be able to stay open. More than 400,000 small businesses have permanently closed nationwide. 400,000. Millions are struggling to hang on. How many more have to go under? How many more dreams have to be extinguished because this president threw in the towel? Instead of focusing on your needs, he’s still trying to take away your health care. I mean, think about that. Just think about it. I mean if I, I’m not, but if I were a playwright and writing a play, there isn’t a single solitary outfit on Broadway that would take it. Because it sounds like ridiculous fiction. In the middle of a pandemic, when already 10 million Americans have lost their employer-based insurance because the employer went under, he’s trying to take away insurance from another 22 million people who got it for the first time. After all we’ve been through, all America’s accomplished, all the years we’ve stood as a beacon to the world, we cannot allow ourselves to remain divided.