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Trump's Grip On The GOP Could Badly Hurt Party In November
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14 Jun 2018 01:44 AM EST

Loyalty to Donald Trump appears to be a requirement for Republicans in the November midterms and that in turn could prove to be a tough sell against energized anti-Trump Democratic forces. Trump is popular with Republicans, but opinion polls show his general approval hovering in the low 40s overall. Many key political battles in the midterms will be fought in swing House districts and big battleground states where loyalty to the president won't be seen as a badge of honor. According to Reuters, over 40 Republicans as of now, including House Speaker Paul Ryan, have said they will not return with some citing the strain of partisan politics under Trump as a big factor.

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