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dafabet手机版平台Party activists at the Republican National Convention do not want President Trump to dial back the high-energy campaign style that won him the White House in 2016 as an establishment-bashing outsider.
President Trump has overseen the strictest immigration policy of any president in modern political times, and Hispanic community leaders have said that will kill his chances to attract Hispanic voters.
dafabet手机版平台A striking number of those who were willing to stand up and be counted backing the president in 2016 -- at a time when many in the GOP and elsewhere shunned him -- have struggled to thrive in the ongoing Trump insurgency.
The U.S. Attorney's Office for the Southern District of New York has a reputation for targeting conservative and Republican political figures, but a review of federal cases by The Washington Times revealed that plenty of Democratic players also feel the sting of the office's aggressive prosecutions.
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