After Wisconsin stumble, Trump moves to reshape his campaign

In this April 4, 2016, file photo, supporters of Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump depart the Milwaukee Theatre after a rally in Milwaukee. When Trump strode onstage for his final rally before the Wisconsin primary, he found an unfamiliar sight: hundreds of empty seats. The election eve rally, which featured the Republican front-runner’s wife’s much-touted return to the campaign trail, was intended as a capstone of Trump’s three-day blitz through the state. A big-enough win the next day could have put Trump on a path to clinch the number of delegates needed to win the nomination ahead of this summer’s Republican National Convention. Instead, the half-empty room was an ominous harbinger of Trump’s fate the next day: he lost to rival Ted Cruz by 13 percentage points. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast, File)NEW YORK (AP) — When Donald Trump walked onstage for his final rally before Wisconsin’s presidential primary, he found an unfamiliar sight: hundreds of empty seats.

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