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Trump Could Take Down the Republican Party

Nate Cohn: “You do not need a statistical model to know that Donald J. Trump is in a lot of trouble.” “His chances were already in jeopardy heading into the second presidential debate Sunday. Hillary Clinton’s lead has grown steadily [...] The post Trump Could Take Down the Republican Party appeared first on Political Wire.
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