Reporter Calls Town "Worst Place to Live in America," Now He Lives There

A young Washington Post reporter published an article based on U.S. Department of Agriculture data which reported scenery and climate data from around America. In a seemingly light-hearted manner, the reporter - Christopher Ingraham - pinpointed what must be the "absolute worst place" to live in America.

It was Red Lake County, Minnesota.

The residents of that area didn't quite agree. Most of them were just outraged, but one man invited Christopher out to Minnesota to let him see the place for himself, and form a more meaningful first-hand opinion.

Here's what happened...

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