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Republicans are getting nervous about Donald Trump's downballot drag

Establishment Republicans have dithered and dilly dallied over how to deal with Donald Trump. If they distance themselves too far from him, they risk alienating the base that made him their party’s presidential nominee. If they hug him too close, they risk alienating independent voters, to say nothing of damaging themselves with women and losing any hope of winning over Latino or Asian American voters for a generation.
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