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NPR's Don Gonyea is in Michigan, one of the states voting for presidential candidates today.

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>>INSKEEPIn this country, tomorrow, South Carolina holds it's Democratic primary. It's a chance for Hillary Clinton to benefit from her lead among African-American voters. Here's NPR's Don Gonyea.

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When Sarah Palin endorsed Donald Trump for president this week, it was a surprise move, but one that seemed perfectly logical.

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Sarah Palin is back in the presidential race. Today, she endorsed Republican frontrunner Donald Trump.

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