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How Donald Trump is alienating some Republican voters — and winning over others

How Donald Trump is alienating some Republican voters — and winning over others

Kristy Stowell was blunt with the two Donald Trump volunteers who trudged across a deep blanket of snow to greet her in her frontyard: He seems like a "ticking time bomb," she told them.

"He can say some pretty nasty things," Stowell, a 37-year-old Republican, said as her dog hopped around the fresh powder and barked at the visitors.

After losing the Iowa caucuses last week, Trump said he would try to be more understated and statesmanlike in his run for the Republican presidential nomination.

But bursts of profanity still punctuate his public remarks, along with insults he can't resist. At a

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