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‘It’s going to be a war zone’: GOP worried about devastating losses in 2018 midterms

Looking at recent losses in Virginia and Alabama, national Republican officials are fearful they are facing a bloodbath in the coming  2018 midterms due to candidates having to defend President Donald Trump in a landscape where the president is suffering terrible poll number after only one year in...
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