'We're not electing a husband:' Tough-talking Trump wins over some skeptical women

Republican U.S. Presidential Candidate Donald Trump takes to the stage to introduce his wife Melania at the Republican National Convention in ClevelandBy James Oliphant and Amy Tennery CLEVELAND (Reuters) – Donald Trump’s tough talk on law and order in a time of growing national insecurity appears to be winning over some of his fiercest skeptics – women initially put off by his swaggering tone, his clashes with female critics and past affairs. As Trump hones his message, the challenge is to make it also resonate among independent or undecided female voters who are crucial to his hopes of winning the U.S. presidential election in November. Turmoil on the streets both abroad and at home could give Trump a new opportunity to do just that.

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