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GOP Finally Getting Nervous About Trump

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“Going into the fall, there’s a real fear among our members that a trade war will squander the economic gains we made with tax reform,” a senior GOP official on Capitol Hill told POLITICO on Wednesday.

Trump’s tough talk with allies, coming ahead of his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, is adding to their discomfort.

A day before Trump tore into Germany at the start of a high-stakes North Atlantic Treaty Organization summit in Brussels on Wednesday, the Republican-led U.S. Senate voted overwhelming on a motion to support NATO, a move viewed as reflecting Congress’ concerns over the president’s menacing talk about the alliance.

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