By JILL COLVIN and AAMER MADHANI Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans this week are focused squarely on their convention's star, President Donald Trump, and securing his reelection in November. But there's also plenty of angling for what — or who — comes next. Beyond the speeches, the spin and the stagecraft, the Republican National Convention is casting light on the early maneuvering that is already underway to determine the future of the party after Trump and who will emerge as its 2024 nominee. 'There's a lot happening behind the scenes already,' said Republican strategist Alex Conant, who worked for […]
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