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Odds And Sods: Broad City’s stars on resisting Trump’s toxicity with radical self-care

We’re way past the panic stage and firmly in the dread stage after the violent white supremacist demonstration in Charlottesville this past weekend, plus the president’s subsequent inability to fully denounce the aggressors and his sympathetic feelings toward fucking Nazis. So what do we do in times like these? Given Broad City creators Abbi Jacobson’s and Ilana Glazer’s general disgust toward the president, we thought we’d ask them.
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