Carl Bernstein: Republican leaders privately questioning Donald Trump mental state - Palmer Report

Carl Bernstein: Republican leaders privately questioning Donald Trump mental state - Palmer Report

Republican leaders on Sunday grappled with the prospect that the best hope for stopping Donald Trump's march to the nomination may be Ted Cruz - the only candidate who causes as much heartburn among party elites as the billionaire businessman, if not more.

Republican leaders on Sunday grappled with the prospect that the best hope for stopping Donald Trump's march to the nomination may be Ted Cruz - the only candidate who causes as much heartburn among party elites as the billionaire businessman, if not more.

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Republican leaders quash talk of Supreme Court vote in lame duck | TheHill

Republican leaders quash talk of Supreme Court vote in lame duck | TheHill

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Sinéad de Valera, also known as Sinéad Ní Fhlannagáin and Sinéad Bean de Valera (3 June 1878 - 7 January 1975), was the wife of the Irish republican leader and third President of Ireland, Éamon de Valera.

Sinéad de Valera, also known as Sinéad Ní Fhlannagáin and Sinéad Bean de Valera (3 June 1878 - 7 January 1975), was the wife of the Irish republican leader and third President of Ireland, Éamon de Valera.

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If aggressive efforts to deny Mr. Trump the presidential nomination fail, the party leaders say they will try to field an independent candidate for the general election.

If aggressive efforts to deny Mr. Trump the presidential nomination fail, the party leaders say they will try to field an independent candidate for the general election.

In papering over their differences with Donald J. Trump, Republican leaders fail to address the split in the GOP. Republican leaders will rationalize their way to Trump because they are desperate to win, this Editorial argues. (Illustration: Alvaro Dominguez; Photographs: Chad Batka and Zach Gibson)

In papering over their differences with Donald J. Trump, Republican leaders fail to address the split in the GOP. Republican leaders will rationalize their way to Trump because they are desperate to win, this Editorial argues. (Illustration: Alvaro Dominguez; Photographs: Chad Batka and Zach Gibson)

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With 12 Days to Go, the Georgia Chamber of Commerce Wants Republican Leaders to Oppose Religious Liberty | RedState

With 12 Days to Go, the Georgia Chamber of Commerce Wants Republican Leaders to Oppose Religious Liberty | RedState

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