By now, most candidates in Donald Trump's position would have begun looking ahead to November, modulating their tone and emphasizing positions that could broaden their appeal ahead of the general election.
Trump, of course, is no ordinary politician.
That has been perhaps his greatest strength as he moves closer to nabbing the Republican presidential nomination. Now, though, it may become a problem.
Over and over, despite the concerns expressed by Republican leaders, Trump has offered scant accommodation to anyone put off by his shock-jock-radio style, which thrills supporters but offends many others.
That take-or-leave-it approach was on display again as he...