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Trump: The GOP's wrecking ball

In Utah the independent presidential candidate Evan McMullin - who only entered the race in August - is polling well enough to make both Democrats and Republicans sit up and take notice. He is now a real chance to win the State and, in a remote but still possible outcome, the White House. McMullin and his running mate Mindy Finn are already looking beyond 8 November. Last Friday the pair sat down to chat with the editorial board of Utah news organisations.
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