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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A little less than two hours before kickoff, Jim Harbaugh stepped out of the locker room at Rice-Eccles Stadium, chatted with his wife and a couple friends behind the end zone and then ducked back under the bleachers.
Republican frontrunner for president and brash billionaire Donald Trump pledged loyalty to the Republican Party and ruled out a third-party tilt for the 2016 election. "I will be totally pledging my allegiance to the Republican Party and the conservative principles for which it stands," the real estate tycoon told a news conference at Trump Tower. It marks an about-turn for the former reality TV star, 69, who kicked off the first Republican debate in Ohio last month by refusing to rule out a third-party run.