Trump ‘I won’t change’
For Donald Trump, party unity is a good thing. But he’s making clear he won’t change his views or soften his rhetoric to get it. “Look, I’m going to get millions and millions of votes more than the Republicans would have gotten without me,” Trump said. It’s a risky calculation for a presumptive Republican nominee who this November would likely go up against Hillary Clinton, a seasoned campaigner who is faring well in the polls and has broad support across her party. Trump moved from presidential frontrunner to presumptive nominee last week when he crushed rival Ted Cruz in the Indiana primary, and Cruz dropped out.