Good Saturday morning. With 73 days until Election Day, it’s clear Donald Trump is getting a lot of conflicting advice from a lot of different people on very important topics like taming his sharp tone and moderating on immigration. And where he comes out will have major implications for the Republican Party not just in 2016, but for years to come.
--Camp No. 1: “Those pushing Trump to soften his stances and tone — and who have gained immense influence in recent days — include [Rudy] Giuliani, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie and former Fox News chief Roger Ailes, a longtime ally who has no formal role with the campaign but talks to the candidat...
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