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The Detroit News Becomes The Latest Conservative Paper To Snub Trump

The Detroit News is the latest newspaper to deviate from conservative tradition. The paper has supported Republicans since its inception 143 years ago (though the editorial board has not published any endorsement of a presidential candidate three times in its history). But its editorial board wrote on Thursday that it had abandoned “that long and estimable tradition” of endorsing GOP presidential candidates this year for one reason: “Donald J.
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