“And then, one day, I remember going to the supermarket here in Delaware, and there was a family in front of me, a father and a couple of kids. He had put back a bunch of grapes because they were five dollars a bunch and he couldn't afford it. It was this turning point. I just realized that I wasn't the only one struggling. I'm blessed. I have a house. I have great kids. I suffered a loss, but there are a lot of people who are suffering—loss of their jobs, loss of their homes, loss of a child to gun violence.”

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