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A GOP Senate Candidate Just Got Angrily Booed for Denouncing Trump

The Republican running for US Senate from Nevada was angrily booed at his own campaign rally today when he told the crowd that he could no longer support Donald Trump and that the GOP nominee should drop out of the race. Joe Heck, campaigning to take retiring Harry Reid's seat, gets heckled and booed after saying Trump should drop out — Colin Jones (@colinjones) October 8, 2016 Heck was reacting to the 2005 video published Friday by the Washington Post, in which Trump bragged that his fame enabled him to "do anything" to women.
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