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West Virginia delegates don’t want to dump Trump

Charleston Gazette-Mail file photo by The Associated Press In this March 15, 2016 file photo, Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski (left), listens as Trump speaks in Palm Beach, Florida. Lewandowski was forced out of the Trump campaign Monday in a dramatic shakeup designed to calm panicked Republican leaders and reverse one of the most tumultuous stretches of Trump’s unconventional White House bid.
Charleston Gazette-Mail file photo by The Associated Press
In this March 15, 2016 file photo, Donald Trump’s campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski (left), listens as Trump speaks in Palm Beach, Florida. Lewandowski was forced out of the Trump campaign Monday in a dramatic shakeup designed to calm panicked Republican leaders and reverse one of the most tumultuous stretches of Trump’s unconventional White House bid.

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — In the past three weeks, Donald Trump has faced accusations of racism for saying that the judge in his Trump University case was biased because of his heritage. He sparked outrage after posting a self-congratulatory tweet after the deadliest mass shooting in American history. He took away The Washington Post’s press credentials, suggested that Barack Obama was sympathetic to terrorists and said that Republican leadership should “be quiet” and let him win the presidency “by himself.”

Trump is losing by 8 points according to the New York Times national polling average. On Monday, he fired his campaign manager.

But West Virginia delegates to the Republican National Convention — the people who actually get to vote to make Trump the Republican nominee — are, for the most part, unfazed…

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