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College Republicans are ‘afraid of Trump’ — so ‘deplorable’ student groups are taking their place

Donald Trump’s presidential campaign has splintered many College Republican groups — and some newer, “deplorable” groups are rushing to take their place. “We’re more divided now than we’ve ever been,” said Peyton Sumner, a junior at Parsons and vice president of the New...
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