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Can Trump Win In Michigan?

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Can Trump Win In Michigan?

Can Trump Win In Michigan?

Donald Trump won Michigan in 2016.

There are questions about whether Trump can hold onto Michigan in 2020.

Trump has long heralded Michigan as the crown jewel of his 2016 victory.

However, the 2018 midterm election decimated the ranks of Michigan Republicans.

Greg McNeilly, a veteran GOP strategist in Michigan, said a Trump victory in the state will be "tough."


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