In this Friday, June 17, 2016 photo, homeless man David Brophy, right, talks to People Assisting The Homeless (PATH) outreach team members who are helping him acquire an ID card on a street near where he lives in downtown Los Angeles. With California’s homeless situation at a crisis level, state officials are negotiating a plan to provide up to $2 billion to help cities build permanent shelters that would get mentally ill people off the street. (AP Photo/Richard Vogel)
The Clinton/Kaine presidential ticket has a poverty elimination plan that targets their base but also moves into the poorest communities in the nation – in Donald Trump territory, Appalachia.
White House Correspondent April Ryan talked exclusively with Senator Tim Kaine.