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What The GOP Could Learn From Companies Facing Leadership Crises

The Republican Party, in turmoil as it scrambles to figure out what to do about Trump, may want to follow the lead of corporate America. The Republican Party, in turmoil as it scrambles to figure out what to do about Trump, may want to follow the lead of corporate America. Since last Friday's release of a leaked recording of Donald Trump boasting about his desire to grope a woman, the Republican Party has plunged into complete turmoil as party leaders debate what to do about their presidential nominee.
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