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Republicans urge Trump to quit — then back him

WASHINGTON (AP) — While a host of prominent Republicans in Congress have jumped off the Donald Trump train, some of them are climbing back aboard after taking heat from loyalists of the controversial billionaire candidate. At least four lawmakers who just days ago said that Trump should step aside as the GOP presidential nominee have rushed to clarify that they are, in fact, going to vote for him despite his vulgar remarks about groping women.
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