Backers of Donald Trump are hoping that Monday is the day his campaign will get back on track. After a week of fighting with the family of a fallen Muslim soldier and prominent members of his own party, Trump is scheduled to give a speech laying out his economic vision.
The event comes with the potential for leaving past controversies aside and looking to the future, talking about issues and drawing contrasts between himself and Hillary Clinton.
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