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Why Trump May Win Ohio And Pennsylvania

The every-four-years parade of journalists trooping out into the Rust Belt of Ohio, Pennsylvania, Indiana, West Virginia and their neighbors has begun. Both the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal have run their stories. You can Google them (fine, here's one), and the articles from smaller outlets that will follow, but I can save you some reading time, because they are all basically the same: The Midwest is a mess.
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