Donald Trump says he wants to visit Newsday. What should we ask him?

Donald Trump has been on Long Island twice in the past few weeks – a rally in Bethpage and as the headliner of a fundraiser in Patchogue for the Suffolk County Republican Party. But the timing never worked out for him to visit Newsday’s editorial board as Hillary Clinton did.

However, Trump and the board connected by telephone Friday afternoon for a far-reaching conversation about the GOP front-runner’s campaign and his plans for running the nation if he wins the presidency.

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