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This undated file photo provided by Kevin Nicholson, shows Republican Wisconsin Senate candidate Kevin Nicholson. Nicholson,was paid to do work for Democrats running for office in Minnesota in 2002. Nicholson told a radio host in 2017 that he was "absolutely sure I was not a Democrat" after speaking in 2000 …

Kevin Nicholson: Trump’s Trade Policies Will Secure Better Deals for Wisconsin

Republican primary candidate Kevin Nicholson, who is seeking to be elected as the U.S. senator from Wisconsin against incumbent Sen. Tammy Baldwin (D-WI), praised President Donald Trump’s trade negotiations during a Monday Breitbart News Tonight interview with Breitbart News Senior Editors-at-Large Rebecca Mansour and Joel Pollak.

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Leah Vukmir Surrounds Herself with Never Trump Staff, Supporters

Leah Vukmir, a candidate for the GOP nomination for the U.S. Senate in Wisconsin against pro-Trump businessman and Marine Kevin Nicholson, has made the decision to surround herself with opponents of President Donald Trump from the so-called Never Trump movement.

U.S. President Donald Trump (C) breaks ground with Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker (2nd L), Foxconn CEO Terry Gou (2nd R), U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) (R) and Christopher “Tank” Murdock (L), the first Wisconsin Foxconn employee, at a ceremony for the Foxconn Technology Group computer screen plant on June …

Donald Trump Breaks Ground for Foxconn Plant in Wisconsin

“As Foxconn has discovered, there is no better place to build, hire and grow than right here in the United States,” Trump said. “America is open for business — more than it has ever been open for business,” he said.

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Trump Tweets Poll: Plurality of 46% Believe Media ‘Fabricate Stories About Me’

With the establishment media reeling from yet-another disastrous week of fake news debacles — here, here, here, here, and most especially here — a bubbling sexual harassment scandal, and the fact that they are fooling no one in their ongoing cover-up of the real Russian collusion scandal, President Trump set his Twitter feed on “humiliate” Sunday morning with the news that a plurality of Americans, a full 46 percent, now believe the media fabricate stories to damage him.