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Republicans in Maryland split on whether to rally around Donald Trump

Republicans in Maryland split on whether to rally around Donald Trump

The day after Donald Trump romped to primary victories in Maryland and four other East Coast states, a top Maryland GOP official wrote on Facebook that it's time for all Republicans to rally around the front-runner.

"Ok, after last night the Republican primary is over," wrote state executive director Joe Cluster. "Like him or not, Donald Trump will be the nominee of the party. I know it will be tough for some of my friends to [accept] this, but it is the will of the Republican primary voters. They have spoken, and now it is time for us to come together to defeat the worst person ever to run for president, Hillary Clinton."

While some are gung-ho for...

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