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It’s harder than you think

Trump’s regular outbursts – his promise to act more presidential has yet to be fulfilled – are causing all kinds of complications for Republicans who want to be seen as inclusive but are also wary of alienating the presumptive GOP nominee’s supporters.

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The Never Trump strategy?

Some longtime Republican activists are speculating that the Arizona Republican Party’s decision to allow the use of proxy votes at the 40 district and county meetings (where 1,251 delegates to the party’s April 30 state convention were elected) is not only a break from decades of precedent, but potentially a strategy to undermine Trump.

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Robert Graham: Guiding Arizona’s Republican Party through turbulent times (access required)

Cap Times Q&A

Whether he admits it or not, Arizona Republican Party Chairman Robert Graham is in a tight spot. As head of the party, he quickly affirmed Republicans’ choice of Donald Trump on the night of the Arizona presidential primary March 22, and yet he also has to navigate through myriad complications that will surely arise after his party picked, to put it mildly, such a divisive figure.

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