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Republican senators supporting Trump again after denouncing him

Sens. Deb Fisher of Nebraska and John Thune of South Dakota both condemned Donald Trump's boasts of groping women and urged him to quit the race. Surprise! They've changed their minds. "I plan to vote for Mr. Trump and Mr. Pence on Nov. 8," Fisher told Lincoln radio station KLIN. .... During a tour of a research facility in Lead, South Dakota, The Rapid City Journal reported, Thune said the 2005 recording was "more offensive than anything I’ve ever seen," but that won't stop him from voting for Trump.
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