Washington PostThirty former Republican members of Congress condemn TrumpWashington PostIt is all the rage in 2016 to get a bunch of your friends together and sign a letter supporting or condemning Donald Trump. Seventy-five diplomats wrote one opposing Trump's candidacy. Eighty-eight signed one supporting him. Fifty-five national ...and more »

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