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Republican Women Are Unendorsing Trump Twice As Fast As Men Are

We are used to hearing about a gender gap among the U.S. electorate. But the 2016 election — and, more specifically, Donald Trump — has produced a new gender gap, this one among the Republican Party’s elected officials. On Friday, The Washington Post released a tape of Trump bragging about being able to commit sexual […]
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