With the public largely behind striking auto workers, candidates who have embraced the GOP’s anti-labor platform now find themselves in a tough bind.
Jake Lahut is a politics reporter for The Daily Beast with a focus on Republican campaigns. He previously covered national politics for Insider and the 2020 first-in-the-nation presidential primary at The Keene Sentinel in New Hampshire, where he founded "Pod Free or Die," a long form interview podcast with presidential candidates. Lahut also reported for The Daily Gazette of Schenectady after internships with Politico and The Albany Times-Union. He holds a bachelor's degree from Wesleyan University's College of Letters program.
Donald Trump and his team are calling for the GOP to cancel its remaining primary debates. But Republican officials are treating it as little more than trolling.
Candidates brought a number of prepared lines and packaged jokes that fell flat.
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