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Ted Cruz explains working with Kasich

April 25, 2016
Ted Cruz explains how he and John Kasich reached an agreement to split their campaign focus in order to ‪stop Donald Trump from reaching 1,237 delegates. Cruz will focus on Indiana while Kasich will move on to Oregon.
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Cruz, Kasich team up against Trump

April 25, 2016
John Harwood | CNBC
CNBC's John Harwood reports on the latest efforts to stop Donald Trump from becoming the Republican nominee for president.
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After a Sanders supporter mentions Monica Lewinsky, Clinton accuses his campaign of encouraging vitriol

April 25, 2016
Anne Gearan, John Wagner | The Washington Post
A brief mention of Monica Lewinsky by a prominent Bernie Sanders supporter sparked controversy on the campaign trail this weekend, with Hillary Clinton’s team accusing her Democratic presidential rival of condoning “vitriol.”
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Whichever candidate gets elected come November should expect a miserable honeymoon

April 25, 2016
Doyle McManus | Los Angeles Times
The presidential primaries are a long way from over, but they've already produced an unhappy paradox: Both parties appear headed toward nominating the two most unpopular candidates in the country.
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After Protests, Bathroom, Religious Freedom Bills Struggle Elsewhere

April 25, 2016
Reid Wilson | Morning Consult
Legislators in several states are slowing down their work on measures to ban transgendered people from using certain bathroom facilities and so-called “religious freedom” bills after the public outcry over versions passed in North Carolina and Georgia sparked protests and political pressure.
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Some GOP elites aren’t quite convinced by Trump charm offensive

April 23, 2016
Philip Rucker, Robert Costa, Dan Balz | The Washington Post
Out on the campaign trail, Donald Trump relishes his feud with his own party. He threatened to sue the Republican National Committee. He called its nominating system “rigged,” “deceptive” and “a disgrace.” And he has suggested he might try to depose the party chairman.
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Sanders says Clinton’s platform could determine how much he would campaign for her

April 23, 2016
John Wagner, Anne Gearan | The Washington Post
Democratic presidential hopeful Sen. Bernie Sanders said in an interview broadcast Friday that he would wait to see what Hillary Clinton includes in her platform before deciding how actively to campaign for her in the fall if she is the party’s nominee.
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In Pennsylvania, delegates may have the power to swing GOP presidential race

April 23, 2016
Ed O'Keefe | The Washington Post
Among the candidates on the Republican primary ballot here Tuesday are a local congressman, the woman who succeeded him on the county commission, a part-time mayor and the chairman of a local historical society.
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RNC meets in Florida, the Sanders movement, a redacted 9-11 report and remembering Prince

April 22, 2016
Republicans prep for an open convention and remembering music icon Prince.
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