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Republican Lawmakers Divide Over Trump as Super Tuesday Looms

As Donald Trump moves closer to sewing up the nomination, Republican lawmakers are publicly deciding whether to back Trump—or back away from him. He has nailed some of his first major endorsements in recent days by elected officials, but just as many others have thrown their weight behind other candidates and aim to take him…
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