How The GOP Platform Has Changed Since 2012

California GOP delegate ShirleyHusar officially announces the state’s 172 votes for Donald Trump as the Republican Party’s presidential nominee.
California GOP delegate ShirleyHusar officially announces the state's 172 votes for Donald Trump as the Republican Party's presidential nominee. Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio
California GOP delegate ShirleyHusar officially announces the state’s 172 votes for Donald Trump as the Republican Party’s presidential nominee.
California GOP delegate ShirleyHusar officially announces the state's 172 votes for Donald Trump as the Republican Party's presidential nominee. Ben Adler / Capital Public Radio

How The GOP Platform Has Changed Since 2012

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In some arenas, the 2016 GOP platform has moved significantly to the right since the last time around in 2012.

Morning Shift talks to Wall Street Journal reporter Richard Rubin about what’s new in the platform when it comes to trade, LGBT issues, the economy, transportation and more.