Quite a few brides (or, All Wives Matter)

from the New York Times:

The dilemma posed by this year’s choice of candidates is perhaps most apparent here in Utah, the mountain state that has not backed a Democrat for president since Lyndon B. Johnson in 1964. More than 50 years later, a large Mormon population with a strong distaste for Mr. Trump has left the state up for grabs, and with a substantial Mormon presence spilling into places such as Arizona, Idaho and Nevada, what would normally be a Republican safe zone could be surprisingly competitive.

 The Mormons will surely take sides
with Donald J. Trump’s changing tides.
The reason for this
is not hard to miss;
he, too, has had quite a few brides . . .  

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