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Analysis: Why Trump’s scorched-Earth campaign could burn down the GOP

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Heading into the final four weeks of the campaign, Republicans are steeling for sweeping losses, not only of the White House but also possibly of the Senate and even the House of Representatives. The momentum’s not quite there yet — Hillary Clinton remains a deeply polarizing figure as the face of [...] The post Analysis: Why Trump’s scorched-Earth campaign could burn down the GOP appeared first on The Moderate Voice.
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