The subdued speech in Reno saw Trump talk of Americans’ ‘shared humanity’, a sharp contrast with a rally where he trashed the media and political opponents

Less than 24 hours after Donald Trump ranted about the media and Republicans in Congress at an angry rally in Phoenix, Arizona, a second version of the president made a subdued pitch for unity in a speech before an annual veterans’ convention.

Sticking to the script in a tame appearance that stood in stark contrast to his fiery tirade the night before, Trump told the American Legion’s national convention in Reno, Nevada, that Americans are “defined by our shared humanity”.

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