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The new Trump professes sympathy for people and ideas he disdained during the "vicious" campaign. He now admires President Obama, doesn't want to harm (let alone lock up) Hillary Clinton, is waffling on climate change, and thinks waterboarding might not work. You hook the prospective buyer with claims that can't (and in Trump's case, shouldn't) be delivered.Will these changes of position hurt Trump? True believers probably always knew that Trump's views were pliable.With Trump, you're grateful for every decision and appointment that's less bad than you feared.Trump's interview Tuesday with the New York Times offered a head-spinning summary of the president-elect's revisionism.What's jarring here is that Trump's wildly polarizing rhetoric put the nation through a nightmare campaign.Trump says he wants to put it back together, but the job will be harder because of the damage he did himself.Trump put it just right in his comments to the Times.
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