Eugene Scott

Washington Post

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Political Reporter for the Washington Post.

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Democrats and Republicans are split on Trump’s immigration policies.  Republicans, including Evangelical Christians, are supportive.

Will Republican and Evangelical support for Trump’s immigration policies change?

Democrats and Republicans are split on Trump’s immigration policies.  Republicans, including Evangelical Christians, are supportive.

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