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What would Trump do?

Donald Trump's vows of vengeance against America's enemies could propel him to the White House. What would he do there?

By Sam Tanenhaus   April 2016

VANDALIA, OH - MARCH 12: Republican Presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks to attendants at a Campaign Rally on March 12, 2016 in Vandailia, Ohio. Today was the first rally after violence broke out in a Trump Rally in Chicago yesterday which canceled the rally. (Photo by Ty Wright/Getty Images)

After the latest round of United States primaries and caucuses, more than half of the 50 states had chosen their preferred candidate—and Donald J Trump had galloped far ahead of the Republican field. He has kept winning, all…

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