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Donald Trump Indicates Willingness to Compromise on Key Policy Issues

Trump also lashed out at Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential front-runner, for delivering a foreign policy speech which was centered around him.

Press Trust Of India

Updated:June 5, 2016, 11:48 PM IST
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Donald Trump Indicates Willingness to Compromise on Key Policy Issues
US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at a campaign rally in San Jose, California.
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  • Trump indicated that he was ready for a compromise with Republican leadership on key policy issues
  • He, however, would still back building a wall along Mexico border

Washington: Donald Trump on Sunday indicated that he was ready for a "compromise" with the Republican leadership on key policy issues but insisted that he would still back building a wall along the Mexico border and temporarily ban Muslims from entering the US.

"I think it's going to be a compromise, honestly. I can see a compromise," the Presumptive Republican presidential nominee told CBS News when asked about key policy issues.

Last week, Speaker of the US House of Representatives Paul Ryan while endorsing Trump had said that he would bring out key policy papers.

"Well, I don't know. To be honest, we have spoken about it very briefly. They are big subjects," Trump said when asked about the compromise.

"You know what my deal is on trade? I want good deals. That's what I'm going to do. Somebody said, what is your position on trade? I said, I want good deals. Whether it's free trade, not free trade, I don't care what kind of trade it is. I want good deals for our country," the 69-year-old real estate tycoon said.

"We don't make good deals. We have a trade deficit with China that is through the roof. We have a trade deficit with Mexico. We have a trade deficit with Japan. We make bad deals, whether it's the military, whether it's trade. We only make bad deals," Trump said.

However, he said he is not backing out from his commitment of building a wall along the Mexico border and banning Muslims from entering the country.

"No, I'm not backing down. We have to do something. We have a problem in this country. We have a radical Islamic terrorism problem in this country, and, by the way, throughout the world, throughout the world. It's a problem. And it's a temporary ban. I'm not talking permanent. It's a temporary ban. We have to find out what is going on," Trump said.

Trump also lashed out at Hillary Clinton, the Democratic presidential front-runner, for delivering a foreign policy speech which was centered around him.

"It was written out by professionals and just shot after shot. It was supposed to be foreign policy, and it was really Trump policy. And she got it all wrong," he said.

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