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Debate prep Time is running out for Republican hopes of reforming Trump

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The Republican presidential nominee will appear on the presidential debate stage with Hillary Clinton for the second time on Sunday, with the election clock ticking and his poll numbers sagging. Supporters are hoping to see a new and improved Trump, one that is disciplined and prepared. Trump, who often has trouble sticking to prepared scripts, took a practice lap Thursday night, fielding questions from New Hampshire voters in the same town-hall style that will mark the debate Sunday at Washington University in St. Louis. Thursday’s campaign event, however, featured attendees picked by his campaign and was moderated by a fan, Boston talk radio host Howie Carr, who presented overwhelmingly friendly questions to Trump.

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