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Republicans' Last, Doomed Fight Against Donald Trump

July 16, 2016
Molly Ball | The Atlantic
An eccentric band of conservatives thought they could make a last stand against the presumptive nominee, but wound up only strengthening Trump as he marches to the nomination next week.
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Clinton Interviews Potential Running Mates as Deadline Nears

July 16, 2016
Jennifer Epstein, Margaret Talev | Bloomberg Politics
Hillary Clinton met with three potential running mates at her home in Washington Friday, including Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren, as she and her aides conferred on selecting a vice presidential candidate ahead of the party’s national convention, according to people familiar with the talks.
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Washington Week Extra: Cleveland Edition - What do voters in Ohio care about in Election 2016?

July 15, 2016
Voters in Ohio ask about third-party candidates and drug addition.

Washington Week in Cleveland: Candidates respond to terror attack, Trump names Pence as VP and Sanders endorses Clinton

July 15, 2016
As the Republican National Convention is about to kickoff, Donald Trump names a VP.
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Friday from Cleveland: A special Washington Week EXTRA town hall

July 14, 2016
Just days before the Republican Party meets in Cleveland to officially nominate Donald Trump as its presidential nominee, Washington Week is in the Buckeye State to take questions from voters about the issues they care about. Washington Week EXTRA: Cleveland Edition airs Friday at 8:30 PM on many PBS stations and will be available on our website. Check your local listings.
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Donald Trump to Name VP Pick on Friday

July 14, 2016
Reid Epstein, Janet Hook | Wall Street Journal
Announcement of his Republican running mate to be made on Friday in New York, campaign manager says
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This is the last stand for the ‘Never Trump’ movement. Here’s what might happen.

July 14, 2016
Ed O'Keefe | The Washington Post
This is the last stand for the "Never Trump" movement.
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