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More and more top Republicans are warning that Trump's groundless claims about mail-in voting could tank the party in November

Business Insider Monday, 7 September 2020
House Minority Leader Kevin McCarthy has reportedly even told Trump that his attacks on mail-in voting could backfire and badly hurt the party.
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News video: Top Republicans Warn Trump Groundless Mail-In Voter Fraud Claims Could Hurt the Party in November

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Top Republicans warn the president that his war on mail-in voting could backfire on the entire party. Veuer’s Chandra Lanier has the story.

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