A.J. Delgado

attorney and columnist

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Three national polls have the GOP candidate down.

Donald Trump's bad week

Three national polls have the GOP candidate down.

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GOP anger, bargaining and depression; and the women of SCOTUS

Republican Stages of Grief, All at Once

GOP anger, bargaining and depression; and the women of SCOTUS

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Donald Trump skips the last debate. Democrats fight for the soul of their party.

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Donald Trump skips the last debate. Democrats fight for the soul of their party.

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