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Trump plans a series of policy speeches

April 6, 2016
Karen Tumulty, Robert Costa | The Washington Post
GOP front-runner Donald Trump, facing a likely setback in Tuesday's Wisconsin primary, plans to shift gears in the coming weeks, and give a series of policy speeches in settings more formal than the freewheeling rallies that have become his political signature.
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Donald Trump Clears the Air With Republican Leaders

April 1, 2016
Maggie Haberman, Jonathan Martin | The New York Times
Outwardly, Donald J. Trump called it a "unity meeting" — a closed-door session in Washington on Thursday involving his own inner circle and the Republican National Committee’s high command.
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Presidential candidates offer dark visions to anxious voters

March 12, 2016
Lisa Lerer | AP
In back-to-back debates just miles apart, Democrats and Republicans painted a dark vision of America, a place where jobs are vanishing, leaders are corrupt and threats loom from across the globe.
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Donald Trump makes anti-Clinton pitch on Super Tuesday

March 1, 2016
After winning at least six Super Tuesday states, Republican frontrunner Donald Trump made his general election anti-Hillary Clinton pitch to voters in a press conference in Florida. "She's been there for so long," Trump said of Clinton's Washington experience. "I mean, if she hasn't straightened it out by now, she's not going to straighten it out in the next four years. It's only going to become worse and worse."
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Inside the Republican Party’s Desperate Mission to Stop Donald Trump

February 27, 2016
Alexander Burns, Maggie Haberman, Jonathan Martin | The New York Times
Some establishment Republicans have been scrambling for a way to prevent Trump from becoming the party’s presidential nominee.
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The attack on Fortress Trump begins

February 26, 2016
Dan Balz | The Washington Post
Three weeks after being pummeled on a debate stage in New Hampshire, Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida showed Thursday night that he had learned his lesson, launching repeated and aggressive attacks on front-runner Donald Trump in the hope of slowing the New York businessman’s march to the nomination.
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As first voting nears, Trump seems stronger

January 26, 2016
Dan Balz, Scott Clement | The Washington Post
Republicans see Trump as strongest candidate on major issues and by far the most electable in the large field of GOP hopefuls.
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