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Donald Trump Says the Republican Party Is Stuck with Donald Trump

Following Republican calls for Donald Trump to step down from the presidential ticket after the release of a 2005 video showing him bragging about sexual assault, Trump made clear in interviews with multiple newspapers on Saturday that he has no intention of leaving the race. The Wall Street Journal reported that he says there’s “zero chance I'll quit,” that “I never give up,” and that the “support I'm getting is unbelievable.
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