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  • Senior Republicans say Trump tied with Clinton in Indiana
    “Senior GOP Senate strategist: Trump now tied in Indiana. Down 11 in PA and 14 in NH. Going down hard.” - CNBC and New York Times analyst John Harwood in a tweet. Analysts Ben Ginsburg and Michael Steele said on MSNBC’s "Morning Joe" today that Indiana is emerging as a bellwether state in this landslide scenario. HPI’s Brian Howey noted in his podcast last week that if Indiana tightens up in the presidential race, expect Gov. Mike Pence to start scheduling campaign appearances in his home state to avoid what would be an epic embarrassment.
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Obama chides Republicans for Trump support
President Obama chides Republicans for backing Donald Trump for President in this NBC video.

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Correct The Record PAC attempts to tie Republican Senate nominee Todd Young to presidential nominee Donald Trump.

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Should Donald Trump release recent tax returns, like every major party nominee has done over the past 40 years?


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