House Democrats face dozens and dozens of key primaries in 2018. Will the eventual nominees be able to get away with vague promises to oppose President Trump, or will Democratic primary voters demand more?
House Democrats face dozens and dozens of key primaries in 2018. Will the eventual nominees be able to get away with vague promises to oppose President Trump, or will Democratic primary voters demand more? Gero Breloer AP
House Democrats face dozens and dozens of key primaries in 2018. Will the eventual nominees be able to get away with vague promises to oppose President Trump, or will Democratic primary voters demand more? Gero Breloer AP

Dems wonder: Is opposing Trump enough to win primaries?

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