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Donald Trump's Republican Doubters Warn Of "Lame Duck" Limits

Donald Trump's Republican Doubters Warn Of "Lame Duck" Limits

Update: 2022-09-071
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Donald Trump's GOP critics have begun to suggest that Republicans should nominate a fresh face, someone eligible for reelection after 2024. It's the kind of pragmatist argument that doesn't usually sway voters — but it does hint that party strategists are worried that Trump's poor standing with independent voters would against cost them the presidency.

This episode: political correspondent Susan Davis, senior political editor and correspondent Domenico Montanaro, and national political correspondent Mara Liasson.

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Donald Trump's Republican Doubters Warn Of "Lame Duck" Limits

Donald Trump's Republican Doubters Warn Of "Lame Duck" Limits

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