Profiles from a Polarized America: He voted for Trump once. Whether he will again depends on who is willing to talk to him
It’s lunchtime at the Los Angeles Jewish Home. When the classic, old-school lunch bell rings across the campus, there’s a frenzy in the form of a traffic-jam of walkers, wheelchairs and canes on the pathway outside the dining hall. But Mack Stevens quite literally stands alone in the sea of wheels, briskly walking towards the hall.