Donald Trump Jr.’s early involvement in the 2018 race indicates that the president could wade into the election in the near future as Kobach competes with Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer and others for the Republican nomination.
Donald Trump Jr.’s early involvement in the 2018 race indicates that the president could wade into the election in the near future as Kobach competes with Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer and others for the Republican nomination. File photo NYT
Donald Trump Jr.’s early involvement in the 2018 race indicates that the president could wade into the election in the near future as Kobach competes with Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer and others for the Republican nomination. File photo NYT

Details for Kobach’s fundraiser with Donald Trump Jr. revealed

November 20, 2017 03:36 PM

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