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Top GOP senator calls on Donald Trump to drop out of the presidential race

Republican Sen. Mark Kirk said Donald Trump should drop out of the presidential race, urging the GOP to enact rules for "emergency replacement," after lewd audio of the Republican presidential nominee was leaked on Friday. The Illinois senator tweeted amid a whirlwind of prominent Republicans denouncing Trump — including 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney, RNC chairman  Reince Priebus, former Florida Gov.
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