Trump arrives in his plane to speak to supporters at a rally at Atlantic Aviation in Moon Township, Pennsylvania
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The presidential primaries are just about over and the nominees have emerged.Trump will need to turn out white voters in the Upper Midwest in numbers that far exceed those in past presidential elections.Before Trump tries to expand the electoral map, he must make sure he can protect the safely Republican states the 2012 GOP nominee Mitt Romney won.It's at odds with many Republican leaders, who believe the party's White House prospects hinge on appealing to the growing number of black and Hispanic voters.Trump's campaign also notes that Clinton faces her own gender gap.Some North Carolina polls – like national polls taken this spring – show Clinton trailing among men as badly, and in some cases worse, than Trump does with women.Some Republicans fear Trump will do even worse.More recently, Trump angered his own party's leaders by raising a federal judge's Mexican heritage as a reason he might be biased in a legal case.The big question is whether black voters will show up for Clinton in the same record-breaking way they did for Obama, who carried 93 percent in 2012 .CAN
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