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Most Republicans Don't Think Sex Assault Claims Should Disqualify Trump -- Even If They're True

Americans are more likely than not to consider the sexual assault allegations against Donald Trump credible, according to a new HuffPost/YouGov poll. But opinions are deeply divided along party lines, with many Republicans saying that, even if true, the allegations aren’t enough to disqualify him from the presidency. Americans say by a 17-point margin ? 43 percent to 26 percent ? that they consider the allegations of sexual assault and harassment levied against Trump to be generally credible, while another 31 percent haven’t heard enough or aren’t sure.
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