Daughter and mother sit down and talk for the first time since the election.
We live in a divided America. There's no question that the 2016 presidential election and Donald Trump's ascension to the White House revealed a stark division in the United States — an often awkward and bitter ideological divide that impacts regular folks and family around the dinner table.
Business Insider talked to an Alabama woman named Rebecca, a Korean American adoptee who basically stopped speaking with her white, conservative Christian mother since the election of Donald Trump. In this interview, Rebecca and her mom, Mary, reunite and sit down to talk about their differences on camera.
It is not awkward at all. (No, actually, it's pretty awkward.)