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Donald Trump Tries to Slow Down Campaign Skid

A day after saying he was not ready to endorse Paul Ryan in Tuesday's primary, Trump's running mate did just that.
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Why Donald Trump’s ‘Not There Yet’ on Endorsing Paul Ryan

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Donald Trump's campaign is trying mightily to turn around a rough week by dispatching his running mate to fix his most pressing problem while aides circled the wagons against an onslaught of criticism.

After Trump pointedly refused to back House Speaker Paul Ryan on Tuesday, Indiana Governor Mike Pence issued his own endorsement of Ryan on Fox News. Trump's advisers, meanwhile, tried to change an increasingly negative campaign narrative powered by sliding poll numbers and several controversies by pointing to the campaign's $80 million fundraising haul.