Robert John Burck, better known as the “Naked Cowboy,” sings and plays guitar outside Trump Tower in New York. REUTERS/Mike Segar
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Watch their poll numbers – and elections – go down!" Trump tweeted, apparently referring to those Republicans who have withdrawn support for his candidacy over a 2005 video that emerged Friday.A string of Republican senators, in reaction to the revelations in the video, withdrew their support of Trump, with some advising Trump to drop out of the race.A new public opinion poll by Politico/Morning Consult, taken just after news of the video broke, found that 39 percent of voters thought Trump should withdraw from the race; 45 percent said he should stay.But his support among Republicans was largely holding, according to the poll, which found that of those who said Trump should leave, only 12 percent identified themselves as Republicans.Republican U.S. House Speaker Paul Ryan was heckled by Trump supporters at a rally in his congressional district in Wisconsin meanwhile, after having disinvited Trump following the release of the recording of Trump making lewd remarks.
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