Donald Trump treated the 2016 primary cycle like a WWE wrestling match. So, when it comes to uniting Republicans around him -- let alone Americans -- he's in a steel cage death match against ... himself.
The Donald Trump “make nice” tour makes a stop Thursday on Capitol Hill, where the presumptive GOP nominee will attempt to mend fences with House Speaker Paul Ryan (R-WI) and other Republican leaders he spent most of the last year needling. For months on end, he has ran a campaign fueled by insults and Twitter beefs, antagonizing some of the very people he will depend on in his general election battle.
There's a lot of talk about Trump making the so-called pivot to the general election -- and a lot of disagreement about whether he can or even wants to. But to put it in pro wrestling argot, Trump must execute the pivot from "heel" to "face." From bad boy villain to pretty boy hero. Here is look at who Trump must convince that he has given up his villainous ways.
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