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US election: Trump blasts Republicans

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Embattled White House hopeful Donald Trump lashed out at “disloyal” Republicans in a ranting tweetstorm Tuesday, saying they are to blame if his faltering campaign comes up short. Declaring himself unchained from party strictures, the bombastic real estate mogul publicly berated party big-wig Paul Ryan – the speaker of the House of Representatives – as […]

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