First Draft: Hillary Clinton Warns Voters About Donald Trump’s Evolving Image

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PhotoHillary Clinton campaigning in Dumnore, Penn., on Friday.
Hillary Clinton campaigning in Dumnore, Penn., on Friday.Credit Eric Thayer for The New York Times

CENTRAL FALLS, R.I. — If Donald J. Trump starts to alleviate his image, Hillary Clinton has a warning for voters.

Don’t trust it.

“Trump,” she pronounced during a convene here on Saturday, “keeps observant things like, ‘Well, we know, uh, we didn’t unequivocally meant it. It was all partial of my existence TV show.’”

“Well, we know what?” she added. “If we buy that, contrition on us. Because he’s already showed us what he believes and he’s already pronounced what he wants to do, and he wants to go after each one of a rights we have.”

On Saturday, a Clinton debate also expelled a video that amounted to a prominence tilt of Mr. Trump’s agitator comments. The video pronounced that Mr. Trump “is removing prepared for an impassioned makeover.”

“Donald Trump wants we to forget all he’s said,” a video said. “Don’t.”

Mr. Trump’s newly commissioned debate chief, Paul Manafort, positive members of a Republican National Committee on Thursday that Mr. Trump dictated to reshape his picture as a debate changed forward. (On Saturday, though, Mr. Trump seemed to differ, revelation electorate in Connecticut that they should not design him to start “toning it down.”)

Before entrance to Rhode Island, Mrs. Clinton also campaigned in Connecticut on Saturday, holding a round-table contention in New Haven on issues such as wages. Both states will reason their primaries on Tuesday, along with Pennsylvania, Maryland and Delaware.

In a autocratic position in a Democratic race, Mrs. Clinton focused on creation a box opposite Mr. Trump and Senator Ted Cruz of Texas when she spoke to electorate who collected here in a high propagandize gymnasium.

She criticized Mr. Trump and Mr. Cruz in blunt terms over unfamiliar process and inhabitant security, declaring, “What they contend about a universe is not usually offensive, it’s dangerous.”

And she had quite severe difference for Mr. Trump, bringing adult his call to temporarily bar Muslims from entering a nation as good as his views on NATO and chief proliferation.

“Loose cannons tend to misfire,” she said, “and what we have with him is a loosest of all cannons.”