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Jun 28, 2016

NYT | First Draft on Politics on June 28, 2016: Donald Trump to Give Speech Voicing Skepticism of Global Trade Deals

Tuesday, June 28, 2016

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The New York Times

Tuesday, June 28, 2016


A supporter before a Donald J. Trump event in Texas this month.
A supporter before a Donald J. Trump event in Texas this month. Eric Thayer for The New York Times
Trump to Give Speech Voicing Skepticism of Global Trade Deals
By MAGGIE HABERMAN
Good Tuesday morning. 
Donald J. Trump will give a speech on trade along the outskirts of Pittsburgh on Tuesday, his second major address in less than a week as his campaign seeks to turn the page on the tumultuous month since he captured the Republican nomination.
The speech will focus on an issue that has been a calling card for Mr. Trump in his upstart presidential race: a deep skepticism of global trade deals that exist in the base of both parties.
Perhaps most significant? He will deliver the speech not at a Trump property, but at Alumisource, a steel industry firm.
Mr. Trump’s best shot at the presidency resides with working-class white voters, with whom his populist message has deep resonance amid stagnant wages. The speech is part of the campaign’s focused effort to move to a new phase, with the general election about four months away, and with much time squandered on infighting among advisers.
The Republican will speak a day after Hillary Clinton gave an address in Ohio with Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts, a champion of anti-Wall Street sentiment, by her side. Ms. Warren was chastised as a “sellout” by Republicans for making the appearance with Mrs. Clinton, who has taken millions in donations and in paid speaking fees from Wall Street.
Whether Mr. Trump can capitalize on that criticism will be an open question on Tuesday.    
     
Hillary Clinton, the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee, and Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts were greeted by a crowd holding up “Girl Power” signs at a ampaign rally in Cincinnati on Monday.
Hilary Swift for The New York Times
By AMY CHOZICK
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Governor John Kasich of Ohio announcing the suspension of his presidential campaign May 4 in Columbus, Ohio. Ordinarily, a governor whose party is hosting its national convention in his state would play a major role, but Mr. Kasich is not expecting to do so this year at the Republican convention in Cleveland.
Maddie McGarvey for The New York Times
By JEREMY W. PETERS
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People celebrate during a rally at the Supreme Court in Washington, Monday, June 27, 2016, after the court struck down Texas’ widely replicated regulation of abortion clinics.
Al Drago/The New York Times
By ADAM LIPTAK
Had the justices upheld the regulations, the number of abortion clinics in the state would have dropped to 10.
Demonstrators gathered in front of the United States Supreme Court in Washington on Monday. The court struck down parts of a restrictive abortion law in Texas.
Zach Gibson/The New York Times
By ALAN RAPPEPORT
Democrats and Republicans both quickly looked to rally voters by reminding them that the future of the court rested in the next president’s hands.
The 2016 Race
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By NATE COHN
It’s true that he did better in exit polls than in actual elections. But the problem was the flaws in those polls, not a conspiracy.
Donald J. Trump in New York City last week.
Donald Trump Hires Former Adviser to Ted Cruz
By MAGGIE HABERMAN
Jason Miller will oversee interactions with the news media, a significant move as Mr. Trump shifts toward a more traditional campaign structure.
Waiting to hear Bernie Sanders speak in May at Rancho Buena Vista High School in Vista, Calif.
Four States Hold Congressional Primaries
By CARL HULSE
Colorado, New York, Oklahoma and Utah will hold votes, including one for the Democrat seeking to replace Representative Charles B. Rangel.
 
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