Trump bashes Clinton, promises not to become boring

Trump holds up the front page of the New York Post as he signs autographs at a rally with supporters in Harrington, DelawareBy Steve Holland and Emily Stephenson HOLLYWOOD, Fla./WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump attacked his top Democratic rival Hillary Clinton on Friday, calling her “crooked,” and promised his supporters that he would not bore them by becoming overly presidential. The comments undercut what his aides had said would be an attempt by the notoriously blunt-speaking Trump to project a more serious image after his win in New York’s nominating contest this week, including by rolling out more policy details. “I can tell you that if I go too presidential, people are going to be very bored,” the New York real estate baron told Fox News in an interview that will air on Saturday.

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