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Trump tones down, but GOP ruckus doesn't

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>> A Republican revolt against Donald Trump picking up speed on Capitol Hill Wednesday. Trump's scripted speech Tuesday night not enough to quell their unrest.>> And I will never ever let you down.>> Illinois Senator Mark Kirk and Representative Bill Flores head of the largest conservative group in the House, both saying they won't support the nominee after his recent attacks on a federal judge of Mexican descent.
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House Speaker Paul Ryan trying to reassure lawmakers in a closed door meeting. Saying, he still supports Trump as the party's nominee. A day after blasting his comments on Judge Gonzalo Curiel, as racist. Campaign reporter Ginger Gibson.>> And a weekly meeting with his members, Paul Ryan told fellow Republicans that they needed to rally behind Trump.
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But he remains confident that Donald Trump will support their agenda should he be President and that he felt that when necessary, he would still speak out.>> Where are the other Republican leaders? Why have they been so quiet?>> Some of the biggest Latino groups on Wednesday came together to denounce the billionaire's remarks.
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Adding to fears that Trump's comments will alienate Hispanic voters, a group the GOP needs to take back the White House.