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This Woman Stopped A Donald Trump Project — But Wants Him To Be President

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Why Donald Trump Reversed His Pledge To Support The GOP Nominee

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Cleveland Readies For Protests Ahead Of Potentially Volatile GOP Convention

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In This GOP Primary, You Can Win The State But Get Only A Few Delegates

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Chaos At Chicago Trump Rally Feeds Concerns About His Rhetoric

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Marco Rubio Defends His 'Small Hands' Criticism Of Donald Trump

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Meet Donald Trump's Alter Ego

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Reince Priebus, chairman of the Republican National Committee, says current conflicts between candidates won't affect the GOP's strength in the general election. J. Scott Applewhite/AP hide caption

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Republican Party Chairman: 'This Will Be Just Fine'

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