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The Presidential Endorsements Are In and These 12 Major Publications Are Unanimous

Post by Maressa Brown. We're electing a new president this year, so of course history is being documented as we speak. But 2016 isn't just your average election year -- for many reasons. One of the most glaring: It's less than a month until Election Day, and the GOP nominee is still without a single daily newspaper endorsement. Many major publications that have always backed the Republican Party nominee have refused to endorse Trump -- or, in some cases, any candidate at all.
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