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The Trump Supporter's Week from Hell

This piece is appearing in newspapers in my conservative congressional District. For Donald Trump's supporters, as the week of the first presidential debate began, things looked better than ever. Once Trump stopped going after a judge of Mexican descent and a Gold Star father, and started keeping such impulses under wraps, Trump had climbed steadily in the polls, pulling almost even with his Democratic opponent.
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