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Michigan GOP expected to unite behind Trump despite internal strife at nominating convention

  • Trump won the Michigan Republican primary with 68% of the vote, signaling his strong standing in the state for the upcoming election.
  • Former Michigan GOP Chair was removed by party members in January, officially handing over the state party to former Rep. Pete Hoekstra.
  • Some county GOP parties will not be sending delegates, leading to a split within the party, with disputes over convention attendance.
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