Freshman Republican Rep. Dan Newhouse is the only GOP member of the Washington state congressional delegation who has not made a public statement about Donald Trump since Oct. 7, when The Washington Post released a video capturing the GOP presidential nominee boasting about groping women. In this photo, Newhouse arrives at the Capitol Hill Hotel in Washington on Nov. 12, 2014, for new member orientation.
Freshman Republican Rep. Dan Newhouse is the only GOP member of the Washington state congressional delegation who has not made a public statement about Donald Trump since Oct. 7, when The Washington Post released a video capturing the GOP presidential nominee boasting about groping women. In this photo, Newhouse arrives at the Capitol Hill Hotel in Washington on Nov. 12, 2014, for new member orientation. Susan Walsh AP
Freshman Republican Rep. Dan Newhouse is the only GOP member of the Washington state congressional delegation who has not made a public statement about Donald Trump since Oct. 7, when The Washington Post released a video capturing the GOP presidential nominee boasting about groping women. In this photo, Newhouse arrives at the Capitol Hill Hotel in Washington on Nov. 12, 2014, for new member orientation. Susan Walsh AP

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