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Trump naysayers want to see what the mood is in New Hampshire

CBS News Wednesday, 21 August 2019
John Kasich is planning a visit to New Hampshire next month, and Mark Sanford has also made a trip to the state
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News video: John Kasich plans return trip to New Hampshire in September

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Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich is planning a return trip to New Hampshire in the fall. News 5's John Kosich looks at what it may mean in 2020.

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