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Wealthy Republicans are counting on voters to eventually defect from the incendiary front-runner.

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In Iowa, older Republicans swoon for the fresh-faced candidate. But younger voters haven’t bought in yet.

“The sad part about it is, it didn’t in the slightest bit jar or surprise me that Donald Trump would do something this low-rent, given his track record,” said reporter Serge Kovaleski.


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