Former Jeb Bush campaign adviser Sally Bradshaw has left the Republican Party and has registered as an independent in the state of Florida because of Donald Trump, CNN reported Monday.
According to the report, Bradshaw will vote for Hillary Clinton in November if the race is close in Florida.
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If Trump's purpose is to break up the Republican party, then I think he's succeeded!. Many are converting to Dems this November.
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