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The heartland takes on President Trump. “Donald Trump won 60 percent of rural voters in the 2016 presidential election, slightly more than Mitt Romney in 2012 and Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.) in 2008. But since then, the president’s national approval rating has slipped to 39 percent in late July, according to Gallup, helping to explain why political […]
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