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Trump stabs the GOP in the back

President Trump’s decision to side with Democrats in a three-month continuing resolution with Hurricane Harvey relief funding has enraged staunch conservatives. Heritage Action is urging a no vote (meaning the speaker may need more Democratic votes) on the CR. In an email blast, its spokesman complains, “Unfortunately, the Trump administration and congressional Republicans agreed to […
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