In North Carolina, perhaps the tightest of this year’s battlegrounds, the Republican National Committee is trying to put in place a plan to boost its support among the huge number of veterans in the state. Their plan could be stymied by the lingering resentment Mr Trump has built up among some former military personnel, including, this week, by implying that veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder were not strong. Steven Greene, political science, featured.
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