Trump's chance to widen his appeal
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US election: Donald Trump's chance to widen his appeal

With Donald Trump now the presumptive Republican nominee, attention is turning to the general election.

For the businessman to win in November he will have to widen his appeal and even bring in voters who might not normally chose Republican.

The BBC's Katty Kay went to the city of Revere in Massachusetts to see if he can do it.

Filmed by Pete Murtaugh. Produced by Ashley Semler.

  • 18 May 2016
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