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Here's the map keeping team Trump awake at night

Just days away from the second of three presidential debates, the fallout from the first meeting between Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton has become pretty clear, and it's terrible news for the GOP nominee. Both nationally and at the state level, Clinton has solidified her lead, raising the possibility that another poor performance on Sunday could send the Trump campaign into an electoral death spiral.
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