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Republican senator fires back at Donald Trump for saying he's 'not doing so well'

Republican Sen. Mark Kirk's campaign fired back at Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump Friday morning after the Manhattan billionaire said Kirk was "not doing so well" in the Illinois Senate race. Kirk's campaign manager, Kevin Artl, told Business Insider in a statement that the Illinois Republican is far outperforming Trump in the state. "The simple fact is that the Illinois Senate race is a statistical tie and Sen.
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