In a Sunday, Feb. 7, 2016 file photo, Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks during a campaign event at Plymouth State University, in Plymouth, N.H. (AP Photo/David Goldman, File)
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U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump came to the small town of Plymouth in the New Hampshire mountains Sunday and promised to lower prescription drug prices, improve education and help heroin addicts get treatment.It is not as if Trump, notorious for his inflammatory, demolition-derby style, has suddenly gone soft.The effort began in earnest in Iowa, when Trump brought in an evangelical leader as a character witness, used his children as surrogates and stood on stage with his wife, Melania, who has been rarely seen on the campaign trail.Despite leading in polls in several early voting states, Trump could use some image enhancement. National polls almost uniformly show that more than 50 percent of Americans view him unfavorably.During his last weekend in Iowa, Trump abandoned his usual campaign format in which he stands a podium and addresses the crowd in favor of a sit-down with Jerry Falwell Jr., son of the late evangelical activist, in which Trump answered his questions with little bombast.Instead, Trump told the audience: "I love you folks.
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