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Senate GOP leader's right moves may not be enough with Trump

Faulty outsider candidates blew several perfectly winnable Senate elections those years. [...] the crafty Kentuckian has tried to make all the right moves. For Republicans, Trump is reminiscent of Senate candidates like Richard Mourdock of Indiana and Todd Akin of Missouri, who defeated establishment favorites in GOP primaries in 2012 only to make politically stupid remarks about rape and lose by wide margins in states swept by GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney.
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