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>> Republicans in Congress wrapping up a wild week Friday, deeply split over whether to embrace Donald Trump.>> Never gonna let you down.>> Even top leaders like House Speaker Paul Ryan, who support him, warning Trump has to change his ways.>> Suggesting that a person can't do their job because of their race or ethnicity, that's just a wrong thing to say.
Correspondent Patricia Zengerle has the latest from capital hill.>> A lot of them will privately say they're outraged and concerned, they don't like his comments, they wish he would change his tune.>> Trump calling a respected judge of Mexican descent biased over a lawsuit against Trump University.>> His comment about the judge was a tipping point.
I've spoken to senators Lindsey Graham and Jeff Flake, who represents Arizona, a state with a large latino population who say they cannot support Trump.>> Lawmakers up for reelection, especially in swing states, fear endorsing Trump and his rhetoric could cost them their jobs.>> One of the most high-profile defections from Team Trump was Republican Senator Mark Kirk of Illinois.
He's also in a very a tough Senate race against Congresswoman Tammy Duckworth, a decorated Iraq War Veteran. Kirk had endorsed Trump, but after Trump's most recent comments he came out and said, he cannot vote for him this year.>> He does not have the temperament to be a Commander-in-Chief, in my view.
>> We're gonna have the wall.>> A big test coming Friday night when Trump holds a campaign rally in Richmond, Virginia. Lawmakers watching closely to see whether he'll reign it in.>> I guarantee you