BALL: "I mean, this man came in claiming to be a savior telling people here that coal industry jobs were going to come back. He was lying. There is no plan for that. Immediately after the election Mitch McConnell came out and said, well, even if we change course on the EPA, those jobs are probably not going to come back. You have to do that work of convincing people they have been had. You also, though, also have to offer an alternative. Recognize the legitimacy of the economic concerns that were expressed in this election, even while rejecting the underline racial concerns that were part of this, as well. But you have to have an alternative and resist trump at the same time. You have to walk and chew gum."