GOP 2016 Trump Reset

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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