CLEVELAND — Donald Trump has made no secret of his disdain for Sen. Elizabeth Warren, D-Mass., but that is not stopping him from embracing one of her key policy positions as part of the Republican platform — a return to the 1930s-era Glass-Steagall Act.

Paul Manafort, the campaign manager for the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, said Monday during a press briefing that reinstating the law, which separated commercial and investment banking, was one of the few changes Trump is proposing in the GOP platform.

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