Republican U.S. presidential candidate Trump addresses Faith and Freedom Coalition's "Road To Majority" conference in Washington

Stung by criticism, Trump vows to work for ethnic harmony

By Steve Holland and Emily Flitter WASHINGTON (Reuters) – U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump offered a message of ethnic harmony on Friday at a Christian evangelical conference as he sought to calm concern about his criticism of a Mexican-American judge. In a departure from his usual freewheeling style, Trump read a carefully scripted speech from a teleprompter as part of a new push by his campaign to tone down the outspoken New Yorker’s harsh rhetoric. Trump’s remarks included a wide-ranging attack on Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, and he said money aimed at resettling Syrian refugees in the United States should instead be spent on tackling poverty in U.S. cities.

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