Trump narrows VP list as he moves into general
NEW YORK - Donald Trump says he's narrowed his list of potential running mates to "five or six" people, and is leaning against accepting public money to finance a fall campaign against likely Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
But in a break from recent major party nominees, Trump does not plan to invest heavily in a data-driven effort to target voters in the fall campaign.
Nor does the billionaire businessman expect to release his tax returns before the November election. He's cited an ongoing audit of his finances as the main reason for withholding the information, but also says he doesn't believe voters are interested in the information.
Trump's comments come as he ramps up for a long, expensive general election campaign.
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