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Polling slump spurs debate on Donald Trump ditching Republican Party

The Age Thursday, 14 September 2017
A Republican consultant last week described the party as a "flag of convenience" for Trump.
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Just like that, he went from “Cryin’ Chuck” to the president’s pal “Chuck,” and she went from an “incompetent” shepherd of House Democrats who has “done a terrible job” to just “Nancy.” That’s how President Donald Trump was referring to the country’s top Democrats, Senate...

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