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The black and brown firewall against Trump is being joined by more white women

As a result of the broadcast of the Trump tapes and women stepping forward to discuss Trump’s predatory treatment of them, we now see headlines and polling data showing that women are rejecting Trump and many will now be voting for Hillary. That’s great news!  But there’s room for the headlines to be more accurate, since the “women” now abandoning a vote for Trump are mainly white women who were either Republicans or Independents.
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