COLUMBUS, OHIO – While thousands streamed into a football stadium Friday evening in Mobile, Alabama to see Donald Trump, a much smaller crowd of committed conservatives unwound at a bar and mused over the good, the bad and the unknown of the unlikely Republican presidential front-runner.
They were volunteers and staff for Americans for Prosperity (AFP), a nonprofit group funded by industrialist billionaire brothers Charles and David Koch, two of the most effective conservative activists in U.S. politics.
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