“We would like to take an uplifting, optimistic, policy-centric message directly to the American people,” Kellyanne Conway said.
WASHINGTON, Aug 18 (Reuters) - Donald Trump’s new campaign manager promised on Thursday the volatile Republican presidential candidate would stick to a more disciplined and uplifting message to voters in the final dash to Election Day without crimping his freewheeling style.
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