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Maine Gov.: Trump Needs to Show 'Authoritarian Power'

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Maine's governor says he's standing by embattled Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump after a series of controversies.On WVOM radio Tuesday morning, Gov. Paul LePage said he would like to see...Photo Credit: Getty Images/necn
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