Rules to Resist the Trump Agenda

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Audience members react as Rod Blum, R-Iowa, speaks during a town hall meeting on Thursday, May 11, 2017, in Marshalltown, Iowa.

Ezra Levin, the Executive Director of the Indivisible Project, discusses the grassroots advocacy group’s rules to counter the Trump administration’s agenda. 

"The basic idea of how American democracy works," says Ezra, "is that any individual member of congress cares more about his or her re-election than anything the Trump administration is trying to get done, and for that reason local constituents have an enormous amount of power" if they show up to town hall meetings and make their voices heard. 

And they are: so far 6,000 groups, all over the country, have registered with Indivisible to resist the Trump Administration on their home turf.