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Donald Trump's advisers have been sounding that nervous refrain in the lead-up to the midterm elections, hoping the president will hold off on a series of actions he's been itching to take, but that could hinder Republicans on Nov. 6 .With 35 days to go before midterm elections that look increasingly challenging for Republicans, Trump allies are trying to hold back the president's impulses just a little bit longer, hoping to contain his ire until Election Day.While a high-stakes meeting between Trump and Rosenstein looms after an explosive New York Times report, Trump has suggested he's inclined to keep the deputy attorney general for now.Advisers worry that Trump's actions may damage or potentially derail struggling Republicans, particularly those in swing districts populated by independent and moderate GOP voters who have turned away from Trump.While Republicans have worried about Trump taking action, some have indicated recently that he may make a change after the elections.In recent months, Trump's anger at the probe has grown, with the president believing that the special counsel was biased, overstepping his authority and potentially threatening Trump's immediate family, particularly his eldest son.
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