AP - Donald Trump is reassuring his supporters that, despite a tumultuous week, his campaign "has never been more united."
At a rally in Daytona Beach, Florida, Trump said "the campaign is doing really well."
"I would say right now it's the best we've been in terms of being united," he said.
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Trump has rattled many Republicans with his moves in recent days. He has escalated his feud with the family of a Muslim-American soldier killed in Iraq. He refused to endorse House Speaker Paul Ryan and Sen. John McCain. And he suggested that the general election could be "rigged."