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GOP leaders concerned about Trump; Clinton's polling bounce

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Republican Party leaders are growing increasingly concerned about Donald Trump's ability to win the White House after a difficult week for his campaign and his Democratic opponent Hillary Clinton with a lead in most national polls. Trump's week has included a series of missteps that include an ongoing feud with a Gold Star family and suggesting the November election will be rigged.

Aired: 08/05/16

Rating: NR

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