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Donald Trump: ‘I might tone down’ my style, were I to become president

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Republican frontrunner Donald Trump speaks to TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie and Willie Geist about his Nevada caucus win, his third straight victory with high-stakes Super Tuesday just days away. He also discusses his strong feelings about GOP opponent Ted Cruz, and he says that while he “might tone down” his style if he were to become President, that it’s worked pretty well for him so far.