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On a range of issues, Mr. Trump seems to be taking a page from the Sanders playbook, expressing a willingness to increase the minimum wage, suggesting that the wealthy may pay higher taxes than under his original proposal, attacking Mrs. Clinton from the left on national security and Wall Street, and making clear that his opposition to free trade will be a centerpiece of his general election campaign.
As Mr. Trump lays the groundwork for his likely showdown with Mrs. Clinton, he is staking out a series of populist positions that could help him woo working-class Democrats in November. But in doing so, he is exacerbating the trepidation some Republicans already feel about his candidacy at a moment when the party typically rallies to its nominee.
Donald Trump Borrows From Bernie Sanders’s Playbook to Woo Democrats
There is also a significant gender gap with Clinton beating Trump by 15 points among women, while Trump carries men by a similar 11-percent margin. Gender appears to be critical to this race already with Trump's controversial comments about Clinton playing the "woman's card" in order to explain her success over Sanders.
Hillary Clinton Holds Slim National Lead Over Donald Trump: Poll
originally posted by: 3NL1GHT3N3D1
Pandering to anyone and everyone he can.
He has no intention of putting into place anything he says he will in my opinion. This is a competition to him, nothing more, and he hates to lose and will do anything in his power to win including lying to millions of people in the process.