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Outside groups — mostly party establishment — playing big in GOP’s vulnerable districts

With scorching news about Donald Trump dominating the media, along with his equally blistering pushback, GOP members of Congress have had to make some tough decisions about where to position themselves vis-a-vis the top of the ticket. And situation’s trickle-down volatility has done them no favors, helping to ensure that the latest Roll Call list…
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