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Connecticut Republicans: Party Must Unify Behind Trump

Connecticut Republicans: Party Must Unify Behind Trump

After an overwhelming win in Connecticut, Republican leaders are saying party members need to unify behind Donald Trump, the front-runner who, despite his flaws, has energized voters with a populist economic message.

"While everyone has their own personal preference, at the end of the day, Trump resoundingly carried Connecticut," said Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton, who endorsed Ohio Gov. John Kasich in the week leading up to the primary. "We're all going to have to figure out a way to get behind him."

Trump got 58 percent of the vote in Tuesday's presidential primary and won 164 of 169 cities and towns, sweeping the state's 28 Republican delegates, despite...

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