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As Trump goes, so goes the Senate?

For months, GOP operatives and activists insisted that the presidential race had to remain relatively close for the Republicans to keep the Senate majority. We didn’t buy that. GOP senators especially in blue and purple states must have their own profile, and if those are strong enough regardless of whether they endorse Trump, they should […]
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