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Thinking Republicans’ assault on Trump

En masse, foreign policy professionals and business leaders who would ordinarily vote for the GOP presidential nominee are not only rejecting Donald Trump but lining up behind Hillary Clinton. Now it is 30 (!) former GOP members of Congress, including some big names (Vin Weber of Minnesota, Mickey Edwards of Oklahoma, Jim Leach of Iowa, Tom Campbell […]
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