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Donald Trump's Numbers Go From Bad to Worse

In the past two weeks -- and especially since Friday -- the numbers for Donald Trump have gone from bad to worse. Here's how Nate Silver sees the race at the moment. Here's how the NYTimes sees it: But that...
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